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Highcliffe Castle 21 March 2017 - Get your Business Up to Speed

    As part of Christchurch Borough Council ‘Go for Growth’ Miss Burden and five Year 13 students went to a Business Breakfast at Highcliffe Castle which was attended by a large number of local businesses. We had some guest speakers, Jake Moore from Dorset Police who gave a really interesting talk on Cyber Security for Businesses and also, Sharlene Lopez from Eye Catcher Media spoke about global marketing.

    “The overall experience was great; we got to talk to a variety of people whose jobs require ICT in there every day work life. Talking to them about different work experiences and their views on apprenticeships, gave us all range of ideas about our own futures using ICT”. Y13 student


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Going Digital for Growth


Spring Half Term H2U Newsletter

This Spring half-term took on an international feel with our Japanese friends visiting our school for their annual exchange trip.

Spring Half Term Sixth Newsletter

The second half of the Spring term has been incredibly exciting, eventful and enriching with our inaugural trip to Iceland for our Biology and Geography students.

Y10 Football Team win the ‘Double’!

This has been a hugely successful year for the boys’ football, with numerous students being fully committed and involved to their teams.

Going Digital for Growth

Highcliffe Castle 21 March 2017 - Get your Business Up to Speed

Icelandic Adventure 2017

Our Sixth Form Geography and Biology students experience the natural wonders of Iceland!

Japanese Exchange 2017

Last week, Highcliffe School welcomed 14 students and two members of staff from our Japanese partner school, Johoku High School for Boys in Hiroshima.

Highcliffe School links arms with Cancer Research

On Saturday 25th March, Highcliffe School opened it’s doors to the Christchurch branch of Cancer Research UK for their annual fund raising Barn Dance.

The story of Sadako Sasaki

Year 5 students from our feeder schools experience Japanese culture and study with our friends from Hiroshima.

Volleyball National Finalist!

Campbell Golding reaches National Cup Final with New Forest Volleyball Team