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Paris Siege

Paris Siege

January 15, 2015 No Comments

Two brothers who killed 12 people in an attack on Charlie Hebdo magazine on Wednesday were shot dead as they fled a warehouse north of Paris, firing at police. Shortly afterwards in eastern Paris, anti-terrorist forces stormed a Kosher supermarket where hostages were being held by a gunman with reported links to the brothers. The […]

Say Hello To Goats

Say Hello To Goats

January 13, 2015 No Comments

As you may already know, the school council is working on raising money for goats to donate to family’s in Africa. The members of the school council have been spending their own time to make some snazzy little goat badges to sell. The members of the school council are currently working on special goats for […]

King House Day – Thursday 15th Jan

King House Day – Thursday 15th Jan

January 13, 2015 No Comments

This Thursday is Martin Luther King Jr.’s birthday so King House will be celebrating their house day with fund raising activities, fun and games. King students can wear non uniform by donating £1 on Thursday during mentor. Students need to wear red, white, blue or grey!   All activities will take place in the main hall at […]

School Student Council Meeting – Tuesday 13th Jan P4 T23

School Student Council Meeting – Tuesday 13th Jan P4 T23

January 13, 2015 No Comments

If there are any issues students would like raised for discussion by the school council, please let us know by commenting below or emailing schoolstudentcouncil@longhill.org.uk King Year 8; Toby Cooper Year 9; Anthony Allen Year 10; Sam Nye Grey Year 11; Matt Bishop Mandela House; Year 8; Ella Durrant Year 9; Sam Scott Year 10; […]

Working on Christmas Day?

Working on Christmas Day?

December 18, 2014 No Comments

While most of us will be relaxing on Christmas Day, or at least eating and drinking too much, spare a thought for those people who will still be going to work. For while we’ll be at home struggling to assemble a child’s present, or wondering how early we can open the fizz, some workers will […]

Ice Skating Trip – 2014

Ice Skating Trip – 2014

December 12, 2014 No Comments

Have you ever been ice skating? Well, a select few have had an amazing, fantastic, bone chilling, super dooper, cool trip to the ice rink at The Royal Pavilion. These lucky students were selected because they are all ‘Shining Lights’ and each house and year has representatives. the Ice Rink is open until the beginning […]

Ebola – What is Really Happening?

Ebola – What is Really Happening?

December 11, 2014 No Comments

Ebola is an infectious and normally fatal disease. It is spread through contact of infected bodily fluids. Since the virus has broken out this year, it has unfortunately taken the lives of just under 5,000 people. Ebola was originally discovered in 1976, but it was extremely rare so scientists did not do anything about it. […]

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Steven Hawking warns about artificial intelligence ending humanity

Steven Hawking warns about artificial intelligence ending humanity

December 10, 2014 No Comments

Professor Steven Hawking has said that creating thinking machines could mean the end of mankind. He has told the BBC:”The development of full artificial intelligence could spell the end of the human race.” His warning came in response to a question about a revamp of the technology he uses to communicate, which involves a basic […]

Weather Bomb in Britain

Weather Bomb in Britain

December 10, 2014 No Comments

People in Britain are being warned to brace themselves for a so-called “weather bomb” which is due to hit the country this week (but not us). The Met Office has already issued a number of amber and yellow weather warnings as the cold front sweeps in, with conditions deteriorating significantly from Tuesday night. Forecasters are […]

School Student Council Meeting – Wednesday 10th Dec P2 VCS

School Student Council Meeting – Wednesday 10th Dec P2 VCS

December 9, 2014 No Comments

If there are any issues students would like raised for discussion by the school council, please let us know by commenting below or emailing schoolstudentcouncil@longhill.org.uk King Year 8; Toby Cooper Year 9; Anthony Allen Year 10; Sam Nye Grey Year 11; Matt Bishop Mandela House; Year 8; Ella Durrant Year 9; Sam Scott Year 10; […]

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Beauty and the Beast Auditions

AUDITIONS FOR LONGHILL PRODUCTION SOCIETY MUSICAL YEAR 9 & 10 – TUESDAY 27TH JANUARY YEAR 7 & 8 –...

Taster Courses at Plumpton College – Yr 9, 10 & 11

Spring Half Term – Mon 16th – Thur 19th February www.plumpton.ac.uk       Tel:01273890454 Taster courses for school students in years 9, 10 and...

Rare shark birth captured on camera

A remarkable image of a thresher shark giving birth has created a better image of how sharks give birth....

Xmas Factor – A Great Success!

Last year, before the Christmas holidays, Longhill School performed their talent show Xmas Factor – and it came out...

The next Longhill production will be…

 Drum roll…. The next Longhill School Production Society Musical is…BEAUTY AND THE BEAST! Anyone who wants to be part...

iPhone Thefts

Instead of the usual stealing of the latest iPhone, one guy went all out to steal 96 of them...

Paris Siege

Two brothers who killed 12 people in an attack on Charlie Hebdo magazine on Wednesday were shot dead as...

Say Hello To Goats

As you may already know, the school council is working on raising money for goats to donate to family’s...

King House Day – Thursday 15th Jan

This Thursday is Martin Luther King Jr.’s birthday so King House will be celebrating their house day with fund...

School Student Council Meeting – Tuesday 13th Jan P4 T23

If there are any issues students would like raised for discussion by the school council, please let us know...