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  • Harvest donations - 11/11/20

    Published 12/11/20

    A big thank you to everyone, especially tutors and their tutees, for the Harvest donations we have collected. Each tutor group  was asked to prepare a box of non-perishable goods that could then be donated to a worthy cause

    We collected a large number of items which will be delivered to Turning Tides and the Worthing Food Foundation this week.

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  • OPEN 20 Young photographer’s competition

    Published 11/11/20

    OPEN 20 Young Photographers 14-18 - Brighton Photo Fringe

    This year fifteen students from St Andrew’s High School entered the OPEN 20 Young photographer’s competition. This is a competition for the youth category, ages 14-18, of the highly acclaimed ‘Brighton Photo Fringe’ festival. The theme this year being ‘Take a photo/ Make a difference’.

    We are pleased to announce that twelve of our students were selected and have become part of the twenty shortlisted winners that were selected by the team of judges, all of whom are professionals in the photographic industry. The students’ work is currently being exhibited along with the other winners on the ‘Photo Fringe 2020’ festival website, alongside the other festival exhibitions.  The students’ work is also on show at the pavilion atrium on Worthing pier, as part of the ‘Photo Fringe Outdoor Hub’.      

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  • Click on the STA 2021 button in top right hand corner for our exciting Open Events information for Year 7 admissions September 2021

    Published 09/09/20
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  • Return to school - September

    Published 01/09/20

    Please find attached updated information and guidance about your son's return to school week commencing 07/09/20

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  • GCSE results 2020

    Published 20/08/20

    St Andrew’s GCSE results day 2020 was every bit as positive as we had hoped it would be. Year 11 students were welcomed back to school on Thursday 20th August to receive their GCSE grades.  We are pleased to announce St Andrew’s students achieved very successful grades which reflected the hard work and dedication they showed to their studies.  Staff who joined this exciting day, delighted in hearing about the future plans of individual students and took great pleasure in congratulating those they have been working closely with for the last two years.  There definitely was the ‘results day buzz’ and smiles all round and it was wonderful to see our Year 11s back in school again for the first time since March. 

    As a school we are incredibly proud of their resilient approach to the situation they found themselves in.  We look forward to watching them succeed in the next stage of their education or training

    A number of students gained top grades including Alfie Davies with five grade 9’s and two grade 8’s, James Browne three grade 9s’ and four grade 8’s, Oliver Stibbs two grade 9’s and three grade 8’s and Joel Hunt with two grade 9's and 4 grade 8’s.

    The staff and Governors at St Andrew’s CE High School congratulate all our Year 11s for their performance over the last two years, which have led to the GCSE grades they received today.  The School community continues to be impressed by the dignity and positivity demonstrated by all upon hearing that the examinations the students had been working so hard towards would not go ahead; their resilience throughout this uncertain period has been impressive. 

    We wish our Year 11s a fulfilling future and will be excited to hear of their progress; these results will enable them to move on to their chosen pathways.  Their example will inspire those that follow and, as Headteacher, I am so very proud of them for all they have achieved.

    Ms Welcome - Headteacher

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  • Work of the week 13/07/20

    Published 16/07/20

    A chance to see some more exceptional 'working from home' examples of work from our students.  Teachers have continued to set creative, exciting and purposeful work for all our students and we are delighted that this quality of work is being produced by our students at home. Well done!

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  • Yr11 GCSE art exhibition

    Published 15/07/20

    We are delighted to be able to share with you a virtual presentation of our Year 11 students GCSE art work.

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  • Teville Stream Mural

    Published 15/07/20

    On the morning of the 12th of March, 18 students from KS3 were excitedly waiting to start their mural workshop day. We had been planning the day for some weeks and they had all come up with some exciting design elements to be included in the final design.

    The design brief was to create a mural for the waiting room at Worthing train station. The mural had to represent the historic Teville stream that flows under the station.

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  • Covid-19 Risk Assessment

    Published 30/06/20

    The latest version of our Covid-19 whole school risk assessment can be found in our Policies  & Procedures section

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  • Work of the week 22/06/20

    Published 25/06/20

    Yet more exceptional work from our students.  Teachers have continued to set creative, exciting and purposeful work for all our students and we are delighted that this quality of work is being produced by our students at home. Well done!

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  • Schools Diversity Week 2020

    Published 22/06/20

    St Andrew’s CE High School are supporting Schools Diversity Week 2020.     This online event runs from Monday 22nd June until Friday 26th June.  There are loads of things our students can get involved in.

    Read about ‘just like us’ here: https://www.justlikeus.org/about to find out about the people running School Diversity Week.  Find out how you can get involved here: https://www.justlikeus.org/sdw

    We will be displaying notices on our SMHW notice board all this week, so please get involved.

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  • Teaching & Learning Bulletin 2_11/06/20

    Published 11/06/20

    Dear Parents and Carers,

    Welcome to our second bulletin which will provide each year group with updates and ongoing support as lockdown measures are slowly eased and we continue with distance learning.

    We hope you and your families continue to be safe and well. We know that pandemic will have had a huge impact on family life to varying degrees and we will continue do our absolute best to continue to support our local community and the St Andrew’s family.

    We are ready to stand beside our students as we begin to return to a more familiar way of working with the phased return of Year 10 with effect from June 15th.

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