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  • Year 10 GCSE Food treat

    Published 11/07/19

    On Wednesday 10th July St Andrew's CE High School for Boys received two guests from Tito's Spanish Restaurant.

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  • Year 11 Prom night 2019

    Published 08/07/19

    The Year 11 Leaver Prom 2019 was a night to remember and one of the highlights of the school year. It was held on Friday 5th July at the Windsor Hotel, which proved to be an ideal venue for such a celebratory event. The evening included a sit down, two course meal with a non-alcoholic cocktail and a DJ to finish off the evening with some dancing.

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  • Our Sensory Garden

    Published 08/04/19

    Tesco recently awarded the school a grant via their Bags of Help green token fundraising scheme.

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  • Blue - our sponsored Guide Dog

    Published 01/04/19

    Ours sponsored walk in October 2018 raised money for the Guide Dogs for the Blind Association.

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  • Rotary Young Chef competition

    Published 03/01/19

    In December, 11 students from St Andrew's took part in the 2018/19 local heat of the Rotary Young Chef competition. The young men each produced individual and different meals of up to three courses to impress the judges during the 3 hour competition. They were then judged on their eye for the healthy choices of dishes, their table decoration and presentation skills. The standards were very high and the judging panel were very impressed. Ms Sharpe the student Food Technology teacher was delighted and very proud of her young chefs and the efforts they put into the event. Harry Larney was judged star chef and will go forward to the district semi-finals in Chichester in January 

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  • Admissions Policy 2020-21 consultation

    Published 13/12/18

    Consultation on changing our Planned Admission Number (PAN) and Admissions policy

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  • WW1 Commemorations

    Published 09/11/18

    On Friday 9th November 2018, at Worthing train station, the students from St Andrews CE High School for Boys commemorated the Old boys from the school who bravely signed up to fight in WW1. This year is 100th anniversary of the end of WW1 and as part of the commemorations for this event The Royal British Legion and Southern Rail have organised a project called ‘The First World War Centenary Silhouettes’ to remember those that gave their lives. This projects aim is to get as many silhouettes as possible in train stations across the south all of which will be sponsored by Southern Rail ,with one stipulation, which is that a school or community group holds an event to remember those who lost their lives in the conflict.

    St Andrew’s is one of the oldest schools in Worthing and can trace is history back to the 1800’s, Caroline Woodward Head of the Arts Faculty said “these men are part of our school’s heritage and its right that we take this opportunity to remember them, thirty-eight men and boys from St Andrew’s went to fight and none survived to tell their tale”.

    Sponsored by Worthing and Adur council, St Andrew's boys have been busy producing a multi-media piece that involves GCSE students from Digital photography, Drama and Music all working collaboratively to produce a short commemorative film. The GCSE Photography students have produced digitally manipulated Images using a combination of Images from WW1, trench and frontline maps, images of Worthing both past and present as well as other relevant war time photographs which will form the visual content of the piece. The GCSE Music and Drama students have been working hard on composing the audio track. This involves the Drama students reading war poems which will be recorded over music composed by the GCSE Music students in a style sympathetic to the over all piece.

    On the 9th November St Andrew’s held a short service at Worthing train station that was attended by the Mayor and Mayoress, the Town Crier, the Mayor’s Chaplain along with St Andrew’s Chair of Governors Clive Purser and Headteacher Louise Welcome as well as other local dignitaries. During the service, led by Gaz Daly the Mayor’s Chaplain, the Mayor unveiled and watched the film. This film along with the six pieces of commemorative artwork produced by the boys from St Andrew’s, will be on permanent display at the station. Whilst at St Andrew’s, the boys and staff took part in a remembrance assembly timed simultaneously to the event which took place at the station.   


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  • Harvest Festival & Donations

    Published 30/10/18

    Harvest Festival and Donations

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  • Open Mornings 2018

    Published 19/09/18

    Tours starts at 09:00 and finish around 11:00 

    • Wednesday 19 September 2018
    • Thursday 20 September 2018
    • Friday 21 September 2018
    • Monday 24 September 2018
    • Tuesday 25 September 2018
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  • GCSE Results

    Published 23/08/18

    Congratulations to the pupils of St Andrew's High School for Boys for their 'fantastic' GCSE results.

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  • St Andrew’s Charity Walk

    Published 22/06/18

    The St Andrew’s Charity Walk from Hillbarn to Cissbury Ring was held on Friday 22nd June 2018.  It was an enjoyable social event as well as being an opportunity for boys to demonstrate compassion in a practical way by getting family and friends to sponsor their walk.

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