Heads support cross-party inquiry into school funding

West Sussex headteachers have welcomed the launch of a new inquiry into school funding.

The pupils fully embraced life as a Tudor

Farlington School experiences Tudor life

Grey skies didn’t dampen Farlington School’s Prep Five’s enthusiasm when they visited Hooke Court in Dorset for their three-day Tudor experience.

Pupils at the conference

Collyer’s students go to Oxbridge conference

An excited coach of 2019 Oxbridge hopefuls made their way from Collyer’s to Epsom Downs Race Course for the annual Oxbridge conference.

James Webb Space Telescope Artist Conception. Image credit: Northrop Grumman

Storrington student swaps music for telescopes with NASA

An astrophysics student from Storrington who was chosen to work on a NASA project has explained what inspired her to get into the field.

Staff and pupils at St John's Catholic Primary School

School ‘over the moon’ after Ofsted praise

School leaders are “over the moon” after receiving a highly complimentary report from Ofsted.

Dealing with exam stress

How to do deal with exam stress

Thousands of young people across Sussex are no doubt frantically revising ahead of sitting their GCSE or A-Level exams this summer.


Most children given school of choice

Families have been told which primary school their children will attend in September – with all but 99 being given one of their schools of choice.

Igor Zharkov

Teacher banned for life over relationship with student

A former Ardingly College teacher has been banned from the profession for life after forming a relationship with a student which was proved to be sexually motivated.

When do parents in West Sussex find out about primary school places and can I appeal?

Parents in West Sussex will soon be finding out whether their child has been given a place at one of their preferred choices of primary school.

The pupils are ready for their walk

Christ’s Hospital pupils take on epic charity walk

Christ’s Hospital monitors (prefects) are preparing to walk a monumental 44 miles on Sunday, April 15, raising money for charities YoungMinds and Chestnut Tree House.

The mock interviews were conducted by industry experts in real-life conditions

Collyer’s employability students take mock job interviews

Collyer’s employability students have been put through their paces with mock interviews by experts from Assurity Consulting.

Wakehurst Place. Photo: Jim Holden

Gatwick and Wakehurst gardens link up to help schools

London Gatwick has today announced a new, year-long partnership with Kew’s wild botanic garden Wakehurst, at Ardingly, to support a bursary programme for schools in the South-East.

Hove Park School former student Kelly Romero (fourth from left) with sixth formers.

Ex-students called on to inspire next generation

Fourteen Sussex secondary schools are calling on former students to help inspire the current intake to go on to higher education.
Staff and children at Catkins Nursery celebrate their 'outstanding' result

Ofsted praise for 'outstanding' Horsham nursery

Ofsted has given a Horsham nursery its top rating and praised the "uncompromising dedication" of its staff.

Chichester College unveils new forge at Brinsbury campus 27-03-18

New facility to forge student futures at Brinsbury

A new forge at Brinsbury College has been hailed as a ‘fantastic facility’ to train the farriers and blacksmiths of the future.

Students at the presentation ceremony

Students pass Collyer’s certificate in financial maths

In a presentation ceremony hosted by Collyer’s principal, Sally Bromley, 28 students received certificates for successfully passing the Collyer’s certificate in financial maths.

University of Sussex. Photo: Google Street Maps

Multi-million pound economic contribution from University of Sussex

The University of Sussex adds £343 million a year to the economies of Brighton & Hove, East Sussex and West Sussex, says a new independent report.

One of the educational sessions at the event

Junior Citizen Week shapes future citizens

Horsham District Council’s Junior Citizen Week celebrated its 24th anniversary, with the Drill Hall in Horsham playing host to some 1,160 year six children from 33 primary schools across Horsham District.

Students playing at the concert

Christ’s Hospital band concert draws a crowd

The Christ’s Hospital big school was abuzz with over 400 concert-goers on March 4, eager to witness one of the most anticipated events in the calendar: the band concert.

Pupils and staff with the progress map of their challenge

Arunside school walk over 700 miles in aid of Sport Relief

The children and staff of Arunside school in Horsham walked from the school to Aberdeen last week, without leaving the school grounds, in aid of Sport Relief.

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