Our Vision

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

News


Longhill Sports Centre – Take a Look!

Staff at the Longhill Sports Centre have been enjoying a busy start to the year as people look forward to the months ahead, planning their summer holidays and putting their fitness resolutions into practice at the Centre. So why not come down to the Longhill Sports Centre and try one of their classes or the [more]


Longhill Supporting ‘I Am Whole’ Campaign in Brighton & Hove

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]


Restorative Justice – Longhill Leading the Way in Brighton & Hove

Restorative Justice (RJ) – it’s a term you may not be familiar with, but it’s happening in schools every day behind the scenes and Longhill Restorative Co-ordinator, Tom Cannell, is something of an authority on the subject.   Tom, who is based in Longhill’s Focus Centre, has spent the last six years working on and [more]


Fun Run Benefits Brighton Charities

Year 8 students were extremely proud to welcome some very important visitors into Longhill just before Christmas for an extra special assembly.   Back at the end of the summer term, when the students were still in Year 7, they had taken part in a fun run around Ovingdean to raise money for three different [more]


Welcome Back!

We hope that everyone had a lovely Christmas and New Year break.  We welcome all our staff and students back to Longhill, refreshed and ready to start the new term, working our way towards the Spring! If you haven’t done so already, please click on the link to view the latest newsletter newsletter-dec-2016


CinderAbba Wows Audiences!

A delighted and delightful audience of local Deans primary school children gave CinderAbba the thumbs up this week.  Around 150 children and staff joined us for their very own special matinee of the pantomime,  performed by Longhill students and staff. One primary Head said, “The children thoroughly enjoyed the show, and their teacher said it [more]


Longhill CCF Raise Record Amount for Poppy Appeal

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]


Year 10 Students Help Acclaimed Teen Author

Year 10 students Kyra and Aston spent an enjoyable day at Rudyard Kipling Primary School recently, helping younger students as part of an Able Writers’ Workshop.   Pupils from the Deans Partnership came together to take part in the workshop, led by acclaimed author Matt Whyman.  Matt has written widely for many audiences across a [more]