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Tia's Cricket Story So Far

Year 9 Tia is celebrating winning ‘Best Batter South East’ at the 2019 Sussex Women’s Cricket Awards. She has also been THE CRICKETER ‘poster girl’ in our 2019 Tomorrow’s Women Ad campaign. In this news we asked her to tell us all about her cricket story so far and her ambitions for the future.

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My Summer With NCS

In this news, Lower Sixth Former Birdie Griffiths reports back on her summer holidays; four weeks of which were spent on a National Citizen Service Course and one week undertaking work experience with Ricardo. It’s wonderful to see a student using the long summer holiday to develop her skills and explore new opportunities. If you

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Peanut Selected To Join TEAM GB Youth Talent Programme

After a successful athletics season, Lower Sixth Former Peanut Meekings has been selected to join the British Athletics 2019 – 21 Youth Talent Programme (YTP).

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Bold Girl Mentors

Our mission at Burgess Hill Girls is to help our students develop all the skills they need to become Tomorrow’s Women. Our alumnae, called Bold Girls, play a vital part of the educational programme we provide. After all, who better to advise Tomorrow’s Women than Today’s Women?

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Boarding Induction Week

We learnt very early on that the first few days and weeks of boarding is a vital period for providing each girl with a great start to life at Burgess Hill Girls. As a result of this we are constantly evolving our welcome programme to match the needs and interests of the pupils. Our latest initiative is our Boarding Induction Week, which takes place the week before the Autumn term commences. As September 2019 was the first year of the Induction Week we thought we would share some highlights so that you can understand how it works.

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Introducing the BOLD Programme

Burgess Hill Girls believes that A Level results are no longer the most important outcome for their Sixth Formers. Students need to be prepared for the future demands of work as well as developing psychological and emotional strength. To satisfy these needs, Burgess Hill Girls has created a new programme to enrich and extend its academic curriculum, the BOLD programme.

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Problem Solving Skills More Important Than A Level Results

Parent seminars are a regular event at Burgess Hill Girls, providing the means to keep parents, staff and pupils informed of the latest developments in education and society. The first seminar of the year, ‘’Employability, Success and Happiness: the characteristics of success for 22 – 24 year olds in the workplace”, was presented by education expert Mungo Dunnett at Burgess Hill Girls on Thursday 12th September.

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How Nursery Helps Your Child Get School Ready

When we talk about a child being ‘school ready’ we are not measuring intellectual ability but their social and emotional readiness to embrace school expectations and have the foundations in place to be able to enjoy and understand the next level of learning. So how can a nursery help?

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National Top 100 For GCSE Results

In the Daily Telegraph rankings of independent school 2019 GCSE results, Burgess Hill Girls was ranked as the top school in West Sussex and the top girls’ school across East and West Sussex. In 59th place we are one of only two Sussex schools to make the top 100.

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Malaysia Sports Tour

The term had barely ended when some of our girls jetted off to Malaysia to test their Hockey and Netball skills. From Kuala Lumpar to Singapore, the girls experienced a jam packed 12 days of culture, sunshine and sport. There was of course lots of sightseeing when they were having a break from all that

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