Proud to be a community school, Longhill prepares young people for life.  We support our students to grow into resilient, responsible, compassionate and ambitious individuals, equipped with the skills to achieve their dreams whilst with us, post-16 and well into their adulthood.



The free school blazers are ready for collection

The school is now ready to give out the free blazers (from today 17th August 2017). We will be open from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Monday to Friday for the rest of the school holiday (except bank holidays). Please collect the blazers at the school reception. Please bring ID or your email confirmation with you. [more]

Summer Newsletter

It’s the final newsletter of the year and what a fantastic year it’s been!  We seem to have reached the end of it in record time, with an extremely busy final half term, with so much happening across the whole school. Please take a look at the newsletter to catch up on what’s been happening. [more]

Recycle Your Old Longhill High School Uniform & Help the Community

In response to parents’ request for a recycling facility for the old school uniform, a recycling bin has been placed by the school’s exit.  The Longhill High School recycling scheme is part of the wider scheme operated by Brighton & Hove City Council. The scheme is operated by The European Recycling Company Limited   They are [more]

Longhill CCF Captain Wins Brighton Argus Youth Leader of the Year Award!

Longhill High School and, in particular, the Longhill contingent of the Combined Cadet Force were extremely proud of their Captain, Ali Pringle, who won Youth Leader of the Year at the recent Argus Youth In Action Awards ceremony. Ali Pringle has worked as a cover supervisor at Longhill High for some 14 years and is [more]

Sunshine and Fun Makes for a Great Sports Day!

Mr Fallick, Head of PE was delighted to give us a report on last week’s Sports Day, which was enjoyed by the whole school community.  Huge thanks to the PE Department for putting on such a fabulous day!   “On Wednesday the 5th of July the sun was shining down on us as the whole [more]

Geography Students Enjoy Rottingdean for Research

The topic for Geography fieldwork this year is ‘Mitigating Risk’ and our recent Enrichment Week seemed like a perfect opportunity for a local study on the effectiveness of our coastal defences at Rottingdean. Just under 80 Year 9 students went to Rottingdean across 3 days and practiced a number of fieldwork skills. The weather was [more]

Caroline Lucas Joins Longhill High School Students for Educational Workshop

Longhill High School students and staff were delighted to welcome the newly re-elected Green Party Leader and MP, Caroline Lucas, into school last week. After a tour of the school, Ms Lucas joined students taking part in a cross-year workshop on education and the curriculum.  Students at the workshop, organised by English teacher Mr Laycock, [more]

Practical Business Skills and a Chance to be Creative

During Enrichment Week, Longhill High School business studies students were able to learn some practical, hands-on business skills under the guidance of professionals who came in to share their knowledge and experience. Students learnt about the difference between credit and debit cards.  This was an eye-opener for some of these 14-year-old students who didn’t realise [more]