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Brighton Journal | 20th February 2020

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Budget crisis looms as schools struggle to fill classes

14th January 2020 |

Greens have called on the Labour Council to make long term plans in preparation for the looming school funding crisis.

The council has estimated that in September 2022, there will be 600 unfilled reception class places if there is no … Read More

Brighton & Hove home to school disruption on 14 routes!

18th September 2019 |

School transport is incredibly important for every child, it ensures their way of getting home from school or college safely. Now, imagine a child who suffers with a certain disability and must rely on transport every day. The thought of … Read More

Brighton Secondary Schools Join Ofsted ‘Elite’

16th October 2018 |

In fantastic news for Brighton and Hove’s youngsters, the city’s secondary schools have joined what is described as Ofsted’s ‘elite’ group of authorities from across the country.


This elite status is only applicable to those authorities where every child … Read More

GCSE Results Double For City’s Children in Care

31st August 2018 |

Following GCSE results day last Thursday (23rd August), it’s been revealed that children in care in Brighton & Hove have achieved hugely improved Maths and English GCSE results this year.

This news comes after it was released last week that … Read More

£4 Million Scheme For Sporting Facilities Approved For Brighton School

20th July 2018 |

Plans for new state of the art sporting facilities have been approved for one Brighton school. The school who will be celebrating this news is Patcham High School in Ladies Mile Road, Brighton.

The 4 million scheme will see a … Read More

School Admissions Policies For 2019 Agreed At Council Committee

18th January 2018 |

School admission arrangements for September 2019 have been agreed.

At a meeting on 15 January Brighton & Hove City Council’s children, young people and skills committee considered a report on the responses to the consultation carried out during October and … Read More

Two Sought Following Lead Theft From Listed Building’s Roof

17th January 2018 |

Police are appealing to the public to identify the two men in the picture after a large quantity of lead was stolen from a listed building.

The lead was taken from the roof of a property in London Road, Patcham, … Read More

Brighton’s School Catchment Areas To Be Reconsidered

13th September 2017 |

Temporary changes to catchment areas in Brighton and Hove are being considered.

On Monday the 18th September, catchment areas for children starting school next September will be discussed by councillors.

The city’s cross-party working group on school admissions recommended a … Read More

Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band Saves Brighton School In Need

21st July 2017 |

A Brighton school in need has been saved by the designer of Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band artwork, Sir Peter Blake.

A Brighton school facing cuts has received a little help from their friend, Sir Peter Blake, who co-designed one of … Read More

Top Tips For Students Moving Out Into Private Accommodation

20th July 2017 |

Moving out is always difficult, but as a student you can sometimes be left with the most run down, mould-filled houses on the market. Especially here in Brighton, I am here to give you some tips you may not have … Read More