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Honouring Parliament Week by celebrating the suffragette movement

Our pupils have been spreading the word about the importance of political engagement in winning woman’s suffrage. Sporting a suffagist’s sash, head girl Cara and deputy head girls Sophie and Bridget walked the school corridors to encourage girls to consider the importance of the 1918 act which gave women the right to vote, and the

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Anti Bullying Week

Our Junior School pupils showed their support for Anti Bullying Week [12-16 November] by backing Odd Socks Day. It was an opportunity for children to express themselves and celebrate their individuality and what makes us all unique. The Junior School marked every day of Anti Bullying Week, with special assemblies on topics including respect, finding

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Partnering with local school to tackle shortage of women engineers

Burgess Hill Girls is joining together with Burgess Hill Academy, engineering giant Siemens and the Government’s Year of Engineering campaign to inspire girls to study more STEM (science, technology, engineering and maths) subjects and tackle the UK’s shortage of women engineers. Women make up only 15% of engineering students at UK universities and less than

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More Radio Visit

There were no signs of nerves among budding broadcasters in our Junior School when stars from More Radio paid a visit to find out more about our school and its pupils. Nick Osborne and Izzy Bishop, who host the station’s Breakfast Show, interviewed pupils, played games and answered questions. Much fun was had by all.

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Hat-makers for cancer campaigner

Our students have created a special hat for an inspirational cancer awareness campaigner to wear for the New York marathon.   Sara Cutting, who has raised £35,000 for Macmillan Cancer Support since being diagnosed with breast cancer four years ago, head to the States to run the New York Marathon.   Mrs Flint, Assistant Head, said:

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Aye Aye Skipper!

For most teenagers, their 16th birthday is an occasion for a party, but Annabel, Year 11 chose to go to sea on her big day. Her birthday, Saturday 15th September, was the first date on which she could undertake the final part of the prestigious Day Skipper sailing qualification for which the minimum age is

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Burgess Hill Girls’ voices heard

Burgess Hill Girls’ voices heard as students are recognised for outstanding achievements in speech and drama. Three students from Burgess Hill Girls have been recognised for their achievements in Speech and Drama after receiving prestigious Certificates of Excellence from the New Era Academy. The Academy, which is also a leading examinations board, encourages learners to

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Burgess Hill Girls ranked best school in West Sussex

  We have been ranked as the top school in West Sussex and the top girls’ school in Sussex as a whole after a set of impressive GCSE results. Of the 300 independent schools which published their GCSE results, we have been placed 63rd in the Daily Telegraph rankings. Eight of our girls achieved 100

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Independent School for 4 year olds - the actual cost

Like many families you might think that an independent school is out of reach for your four year old. But it could actually cost as little as £37 a week. Choosing the right school for your child is one of the most important decisions you will make as a parent. We know that many families

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Stunning GCSE Results

  We are celebrating a stunning set of GCSE results with over half (51%) of all entries graded 9/8 or A* and a massive 75% of all entries graded 9-7 (old grades A*/A), an 11% increase on last year. 62% of the cohort gained at least seven or more grades 9-7 (old grades A*/A). Amid

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