A group of ten Spanish students, aged between 14 and 15, have just spent four weeks living and studying in Brighton, as part of an educational programme organised by UK High School Immersion. The Spanish boys and girls were ‘buddied’ with a group of language students from Longhill High School where they came to study [more]
Twelve Year 10 students from Longhill High School, along with geography teacher Hannah Seaby, have just completed what may just have been the trip of a lifetime aboard the tall ship, Stavros S Niarchos. Their adventure, sponsored by HSBC, was part of a programme run by the Tall Ships Youth Trust. The Trust is a [more]
Giving up three weeks of your own time to teach in temperatures above 30 degrees may not be everyone’s idea of a relaxing summer break, but that is exactly what Longhill High School teacher of Spanish, Emeline Perronno, did this summer. Ms Perronno travelled to the Central American country of Nicaragua as part of a [more]
Growing up can be a positive time for many. However, there are hundreds of thousands of young people across England and Wales for whom the experience is very different. The #IAMWHOLE campaign aims to combat mental health stigma and seeks to offer a platform for young people to tell their stories and be heard, without [more]
Cadets and officers of the Longhill contingent of the Combined Cadet Force have broken all previous records this year with the money they’ve raised for the Royal British Legion’s Poppy Appeal. Members of the contingent collected money from Asda shoppers on the two Saturdays prior to Remembrance Sunday, as well as collecting on the [more]
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Last week saw the return of Theatre company, AlterEgo who presented a play to our Year 10 students about safeguarding and the dangers of child exploitation.
Modern technologies offer huge opportunities to engage others, learn, relax and entertain. Our use of technology can also result in risk, danger and negative impact upon others. E-Safety will feature in your first ICT lesson in school. Information about keeping safe may be found on the following link: http://www.longhill.org.uk/esafety-advice/ Our policy [more]
A wonderful time was had by all at the year 11 Prom Night last Friday.
On Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday of Enrichment Week, 300 students from years 7 and 8 were taken to Ovingdean beach for a science, maths and art trip. Thanks to wonderful weather, excellent behaviour from students and hard work from all staff involved the trip was very successful.