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News from our schools

Our Brighton and Hove Schools having fun at

The Brighton Fringe Children's Parade

Harting CE Primary School celebrating Easter

The Easter story was enacted by the children in an extended Collective Worship. This was led by a member of a local church who, alongside other parishioners, provided costumes, and shared the meaning of Easter.


Over £3,800 raised during Bishop Luffa's Charity Week

Fantastic news – Charity Week organised by Sixth Formers raised an amazing £3,837.94. This money will be split between the three Sixth Form charities: Grassroots, Hope and Homes for Children and The Sussex Snowdrop Trust......more

Bury School learns to 'Leave only Footprints'

Bury CE Primary School has just begun a long term project working with the local National Trust; which is helping them develop the outside space for the wildlife on their doorstep.They are also working on the ‘Rise of Northwood’ project, planting trees, that will form the immediate landscape for the children’s children. The RSPB have been in educating the children on the wildlife that surrounds them and helping to kick start their new, whole school topic – ‘Leave Only Footprints’ where the children will be using the environment around them to make their learning real.

St John's Meads CE Primary School 

in Eastbourne have gone live with their news on You Tube.

The News Team launched their channel in the middle of January and are hoping to make the videos beneficial for parents/carers, as well as appealing to a wider audience, as their goal is to receive some sponsorship for the team for new equipment.   Why don't you check it out here?

Our Schools need your prayers!

At the last Diocesan Education Board meeting one of our primary school headteachers gavea thought provoking presentation titled ‘Life at the Chalk Face’.He said, often people ask us ‘how can we pray for our church schools?’ Church of England Schools are often the first experience families have of Jesus and the Christian faith. As such we always need to..... more