Brighton Hill Community School

with specialist sports status

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Newsletter - December 2014

Welcome to our Christmas Newsletter which, as usual, is packed full of information following a very busy half term. At the time of writing we are looking forward to our Christmas Carol Concert which is taking place as usual at All Saints’ Church in Basingstoke.  Also, we are excited abou...

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Year 7 Information Session

Thank you to those parents who attended the Year 7 Information Session on Wednesday 10th December. The event was to provide parents with relevant information about how we are assessing and recording progress for students in Year 7, and what future Progress Trackers (these are the regular reports we ...

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Brighton Hill Community School goes back to 1914 to mark Centenary remembrance.

Brighton Hill Community School staff and students were recently taken back to 1914 as part of the WWI Centenary commemorations. Staff wore historic dress, the entire curriculum across the school became totally immersed in the theme and veterans from the Royal British Legion and visitors from Basingstoke’s Milestones Museum were welcomed as the school remembered those who lost their lives during the First World War.

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Free School Meals

If your child is eligible and you apply your child will receive Free School Meals on a daily basis and the school receives additional funding to help support the progress of our students.

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Important Information about student use of “Yik Yak”

I have been made aware of a new social media app called “Yik Yak.” It is of American origin and designed to target students; it allows users to create and view posts – called “Yaks” – within a 10 mile radius. Most importantly it enables users to post comments and appears to be entirely unregulated. Although these comments have the appearance of being anonymous, in fact this not truly the case, and users need to be aware of this.

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More News

School Calendar and Important Dates

22-12-2014 - 02-01-2015


Christmas Break

12-01-2015 - 23-01-2015


Year 11 PPE



Year 7 – Parents’ Evening

02-02-2015 - 10-02-2015


MFL GCSE Speaking Exams



PE Group Photos



“Spring Showcase”

20-03-2015 - 21-03-2015


24 Hour Sports Marathon (Sport Relief)



Year 11 – Parents’ Evening

School Calendar