Aims & Vision
At Longhill High School we aim to support and develop our students to become respectful, considerate, educated and hardworking; ready and skilled to achieve their dreams.
Our motto is Aspiration, Determination, Success and we embed this process in all we do:
We believe the first step of the journey is to inspire and motivate our students to have high aspirations and self-belief. By nurturing our students’ ambition, we are laying the foundations for a successful future.
We believe students’ determination will grow from undertaking learning which stretches and challenges as well as enabling opportunities for students to reflect upon their mistakes and become resilient learners.
We believe success is measured in terms of students’academic effort and progress as well as their determination to make a positive contribution towards their local community and society.
From the newsroom:
Today our students, parents, staff and governors gathered together for the collection of the long awaited GCSE results. It was a fantastic morning, full of celebration for the successes of our amazing students. Headteacher Kate Williams said: “The progress students at our school are making between arriving in year 7 and finishing their GCSEs is… Read more
Longhill High School students once again excelled themselves in perfect sports day conditions, as the heatwave gently cooled a little on a mid-July day. It was a fantastic occasion, with all students and many staff involved throughout the morning and afternoon activities. Head of PE & Performing Arts Faculty, Mr Fallick, commented, “This has been… Read more
Year 11 student Alex Ridley is the pride of Longhill High School this week, after winning the Contribution to Arts and Culture Award at the Argus Youth in Action Awards 2018. Alex was nominated for the award by Longhill Head of Drama, Jo Fenwick, for her outstanding work in this year’s ground-breaking Year 11 play,… Read more
This week saw the biggest athletics competitions of the year in the City of Brighton & Hove. With all schools participating at the senior event (Years 9-11) on Monday, followed on the Wednesday by the juniors (Years 7 and 8). Longhill High School had entries on both days, with high hopes for the junior event…. Read more
East Sussex Fire & Rescue Service give regular safety lessons to students at Longhill High School and, as part of a new initiative, they recently invited two of our students to attend HoveWatch, being held at Hove Fire Station. The course consisted of 5 day-long sessions over the period of a month, the aim of… Read more