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What do girls want for Christmas?

Do you still need to buy a Christmas present for a girl in your family or a friend’s daughter?  Panic no longer, as a girls’ school with approximately 500 pupils, Burgess Hill Girls is in a perfect position to ask the market. So we did!

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Just One Tree Non-Uniform Day

Burgess Hill Girls timed its Just One Tree non-uniform day to coincide with the latest day of planned climate strikes on Friday 29th November. This was also the day of conspicuous planet-destroying consumption known as Black Friday.

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Shortlisted for TES Awards 2020

We are thrilled to be shortlisted for Marketing Campaign of The Year in the TES Independent School Awards 2020. Thank you to everyone who has helped us to spread the word about our amazing school!

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Best Value For Money In Sussex

With much chatter about the exorbitant fees of private schools how can you guarantee value for money? Using data from the Independent Schools Council, The Telegraph has mapped 2019 GCSE Results against fees for private day and boarding schools across the UK to provide an answer.

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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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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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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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