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  • Remembrance Day 2019

    Published 11/11/19

    Students prepared the St Andrew's Garden of Remembrance last week to honour those who have fallen in defence of our country.

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  • Rugby District and County Cup Final winners

    Published 06/11/19

    Congratulations to our fantastic Year 11 rugby team who won the District and County Cup Final against Shoreham Academy.  The game was played on neutral ground, at Worthing College, the final score was 19-12!  Thank you to all supporters and to Shoreham Academy for being a strong opponent.

    Well done St Andrew’s you displayed incredible resilience, we are very proud of you.  Wishing you lots of luck as you turn your attention to your mock exams.

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  • Sponsored Walk 2019

    Published 05/11/19

    A fabulous final total of £1049.50 was raised for the Teenage Cancer Trust following our 2019 sponsored walk earlier this year. Well done to everyone that took part and thank you to everyone that donated to this event.

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  • FOSTA Festive Quiz Night

    Published 04/11/19

    Please come along and join in the festive night of fun. For more details please click here.

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  • Plastic Pioneer Project

    Published 28/10/19

    It was great to welcome Dan Webb to school last week to talk about the new Everyday Plastic Survey. Dan collected all the plastic he threw away in one year and blogged about it on his website https://www.everydayplastic.org/

    14 families have signed up to take part in a survey at St Andrew's and will collect all the plastic they throw away over seven days during half term.  After half term the students, with the help of Dan will collate and analyse the plastic, so that we can have a more accurate picture of the plastic footprint situation here in the UK.  We are delighted to be part of this project ... this is the start of a much bigger Plastic Pioneer Project at St Andrew's.

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  • It's pumpkin season!

    Published 09/10/19

    It’s pumpkin season!

    Students are invited to join us for some Halloween STEM fun. To take part you must be able to attend both sessions.

    To sign up- see Mrs Sharpe in T3

    Tuesday 15th October

    Bring your pumpkin to carve in T3 at 3:20pm.

    Your creation will be on display all week in the window of T3.

    Tuesday 22nd October

    Bring your pumpkin to F lab to be destroyed in the name of chemistry.

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  • Worthing Light Festival winners

    Published 16/09/19

    St Andrew's entered a piece of art called 'Man 'O' Waste' in the 2019 Worthing Light Festival. The exhibition showcased a number of stunning, sustainable art installations that lit up using renewable energy on Worthing’s East Beach last weekend. There were over 35 entries that were judged by Ali Lapper MBE and a panel of experts and we were delighted to be awarded 1st place in our category.

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  • Blue Guide Dog visit

    Published 13/09/19

    Blue, the young Guide Dog whose training is partly sponsored by St Andrew’s students visited the school on Thursday 12th September. 

    She charmed students and staff alike with her energy and inquisitiveness. 

    The older students, who were the principle fund raisers, were personally thanked by the Guide Dogs for the Blind including Carol who explained the difference that having her own guide dog had made to her own life. 

    We thank all who contributed to this fantastic endeavour and we look forward to welcoming Blue to St Andrew’s again in the future.

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  • GCSE results 2019

    Published 23/08/19

    On behalf of the staff and governors of St Andrew’s C of E High School, we would like to congratulate all our young men on achieving their recent GCSE results.  Hard work and a positive attitude has paid off, and it was a pleasure to watch so many faces light up as envelopes were opened and results acknowledged. 

    A number of subjects exceeded the boys’ national average grades by a considerable margin including Maths and Photography by 10%, PE by 20% and Social Sciences achieving a 100% pass rate at 9-4.  Many others matched boys’ national average, reflecting St Andrew’s improving journey into the future.

    Headteacher, Louise Welcome, thanks all staff for their persistence and drive in supporting the students through their studies and in particular, would like to commend the following students for impressive achievements: 

    • Keir Shields: 5 x grade 9s, 2 x grade 8s, 1 x grade 6 and 3 x grade 5s, 
    • Andrea Panesa: 2 x grade 9s, 5 x grade 8s, 3 x grade 7, 2 x grade 6 and a B grade
    • Tom Latos: 2 x grade 9s, 4 x grade 8s, 2 x grade 7, 1 x grade 6
    • Sam Baker: 2 x grade 9s, 3 x grade 8s, 2 x grade 7s and 4 x grade 6s
    • Cyrus Knopf: 1 x grade 9s, 4 x grade 8s, 3 x grade 7s and 3 x grade 6s
    • Matthew Hall: 1 x grade 9, 3 x grade 8s, 4 x grade 7s and 2 x grade 6s

    The community of St Andrew’s is so very proud of the achievements of our young men who are now empowered to have choices for their futures.  We wish them every success in whatever direction their lives take. 

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  • Open Mornings 2019

    Published 24/07/19

    We would like to invite you and your son to join us at one of our Open Mornings

    During your visit there will be a short presentation from the Headteacher, a tour of the school showing lessons in progress and the opportunity to meet our staff and students who will be happy to answer your questions. Refreshments will be available.

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  • Open Evening 18th September 2019

    Published 24/07/19

    We would like to invite you and your son to join us at our Open Evening on Wednesday 18th September 2019 between 5.00 and 8.00 pm.

    The event will include:

    • a welcome and short presentation from the Headteacher (at 6.00 pm and repeated at 7.00 pm
    • the opportunity to explore the school facilities and to meet teachers in their departments
    • the chance to try out some of our extra-curricular activities and experience hands-on sample lessons
    • an opportunity to meet the senior leadership team. pastoral team, pupils, governors and 'old boys'

     

                                             *No need to book   * Onsite car parking   * Siblings welcome

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