Brighton and Hove High School

Brighton and Hove High School, Montpelier Road, Brighton BN1 3AT

Brighton and Hove High School

Montpelier Road

Brighton BN1 3AT

01273 280280

enquiries@bhhs.gdst.net

www.bhhs.gdst.net

Girls (11-18) 369

IAPS, GSA

Type Day

Brighton and Hove High School is one of 29 schools that form part of the Girls' Day School Trust (GDST). "Our values have held true for 133 years a curriculum that is not just based on delivering excellent examination results but also committed to allowing the whole child to flourish. We aim to bring out the best in every girl so that she can achieve her individual full potential."

Termly day fees £4,232 to £4,358

Scholarships and bursaries available

2015 GCSEs

Number of Key Stage 4 students: 66

Five or more GCSEs A*-C: 95.5% (3 of 4)

Grades A*, A or B 82.2% (3 of 4)

Grades A* 23.9% (3 of 4)

Grades A* or A 56.2% (3 of 4)

2014 GCSEs

Number of Key Stage 4 students 71

Five or more good GCSEs 97% (2 of 4)

EBacc 68% (2 of 4)

GCSEs A*-C in both English and mathematics 97%

2013 Five or more good GCSEs 94% (2 of 4)

2012 Five or more good GCSEs 96% (2 of 4)

2011 Five or more good GCSEs 91% (3 of 4)

2015 A-levels

Year 13 34

A-level entries 101

Grade A*, A or B 78 - 77.2% (2 of 4)

Grade A* 17 - 16.8% (4 of 4)

Grade A 31 - 39.7% (2 of 4)

Grade B 30 - 29.7%

2014 A-levels

A-level students: 33

At least three with AAB in key subjects: 36% (3 of 4)

A-level points per student: 873 (3 of 4)

2013 Points per student 837.9 (4 of 4)

2012 Points per student 860.9 (4 of 4)

2011 Points per student 899.3 (4 of 4)

2010 Points per student 908.1 (4 of 4)

2009 Points per student 860.4 (4 of 4)

Headteacher Jennifer Smith

ISI Inspection January 18 2011

"The school is highly successful in meeting its aims to provide a high quality, broadly based education for girls in a happy, stimulating and safe environment, supported by a strong pastoral system. From the EYFS (Early Years Foundation Stage) onwards pupils of all ages and abilities show good achievement in both curricular work and extra-curricular activities such as dance, music, drama, and netball. The standard of artwork displayed around the school is exceptional in quality. Pupils throughout the school learn well. They are highly motivated, effective learners who enjoy their work. They focus fully in lessons and in tasks undertaken independently. They display proficiency in all subject skills and demonstrate good subject knowledge."