Dates for your diary:

HALF TERM - 24th - 28th Oct

READING WEEK - 31st Oct - 4th Nov

Year 1 Subject Progress Reviews Tues 1st, Thurs 3rd , Fri 4th Nov

Level 2 & Year 1 Parents Evenings 30th November & 8th December 5-8pm (online)

Enjoy your half term break! Tutorials this week:

Level 2: Preparing for Subject Reviews

Year 1: Employability Skills

Year 2: Progression: Working session

Riddle me...

Here is a halloween riddle for you...can you find any horror movies in this picture (40 in total)?

Email your answers to and win a halloween treat!

Young Enterprise Enrichment team Survey: The Students Hub Project

Can you help them with their project? They are working on a business to launch and one of their ideas is a website which would facilitate the connection between British and international students. Their project is called 'The Students Hub'. Please help them by filling out the survey to learn more about how this project could be developed.

Green Careers Week 2022.pdf

Young people’s action on climate

In February, schools came together virtually to ask important questions about the climate emergency to their 3 local MP’s, Caroline Lucas (Green), Lloyd Russell-Moyle (Labour), Peter Kyle (Labour), as well as a local councillor, Samer Bagaeen (Conservative) who is a member of the council’s Carbon Neutral Member Working Group.

Young people involved with the youth council and youth climate assembly helped organise the session. You can watch the Brighton & Hove Schools climate Q&A with local politicians here: (approx. 53 mins)

Philosophy Soc and Storytelling Enrichment

Philosophy and ToK Department Activities Rm 13

For any general queries, please email


Brighton Autumn Apprenticeship/University 2022 Fair

Friday 11th November 2022 - Amex Stadium

Event Time: 9.30 am - 2.30 pm

Venue: Amex Stadium

Nearest Station: Brighton Train Station

Registration for this event is required!

JOBS (max 10 hours per week)

Please email the Careers team to book an appointment or if you have any enquiry email:


This October we are celebrating Black History Month. Have a look at our top reads displayed around the library and browse our collection of films and documentaries in the Black History Month folder on Clickview. This year's theme is 'Time for Change: Action Not Words'.


Argos: How Do They Really Do It? This show reveals what really goes on behind the counter at the retail giant.(PG)
Rise of the NazisS3 Episode 1: The Downfall This episode of the series examining the actions of Hitler and his inner circle. (PG)
The Great Debaters A drama based on the true story of Melvin B. Tolson, a professor at Wiley College Texas. (15)
Troy Deeney: Where's My History? Footballer and anti-racism campaigner explored the lack of Black history taught in schools across the UK. (PG)


Edexcel AS and A Level Music Technology Study Guide by Tim Hallas
The Connell Short Guide to Kazuo Ishiguro's Never Let Me Goby David Issacs
Aktion Grammatik! German Grammar for A Levelby Helen Kent
Special Educational Needs and Disabilities in Schools: A Critical Introduction by Janice WearmouthE- book
Bird's Electrical and Electronic Principles and Technology by John BirdE- book
Management: the basics by Morgan Witzel E-book

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