This week, current Longhill High students were proud and excited to see ex-student Tommy Elphick successfully captain Bournemouth AFC to the premier league for the first time.
We are Longhill, a learning community: students, staff, and families; together and individually.
Longhill’s commitment to you:
As part of the Longhill community you should feel
- Respected and valued as an individual
- Able to challenge yourself and others in a safe and supportive fashion
- Safe and cared for
- Enabled to learn new things
- Your achievements and successes are recognised and celebrated
- That others have high expectations of you and will support you to be the best you can
Congratulations to Longhill High School Year 8 Football Team who won the coveted League Cup Final (D2) this week. By the second half, Longhill were 2-0 down to a strong Downlands team and things were looking bleak. Longhill then showed their grit and determination by fighting back to win the game 3-2 thanks to a [more]
Last Thursday a select group of Longhill High School Year 10 students attended the Be The Change event at the Amex Community Stadium.
Longhill High School’s Eco-Team had fair weather last Friday as they walked over to the Beacon Hill Windmill at Rottingdean to meet two local bird and nature specialists, Bob Webzell and Peter Whitcomb.
Longhill High School was awarded the Bronze certificate by Eco-Schools this week. Well done to our Eco-Committee for all their hard work, including an Environmental Review of the school followed by an Action Plan to improve our environmental performance. We look forward to seeing the plan in action!
Safety Net is a charity working to improve safety and well-being for children, young people and families at home, school and in their communities. Here is their latest newsletter for parents about safety on line and personal safety for young people.
Dear Parent/Guardian Re: Year 11 Easter Revision sessions Monday 30th March to Friday 10th April. During the Easter break we are running revision and catch-up classes for Year 11 students. It is highly recommended that your son/daughter attends these sessions as it will provide a valuable opportunity to improve controlled assessments and/or revision [more]