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Bexhill High School
Down Road, TN39 4HT, UK Bexhill-on-Sea
+44 (0)1424 730722

Bexhill High

A welcome from the Principal :
null The Head Teacher

This website is designed to give you a brief description of Bexhill High, now a Specialist Technology College.

The school maintains its traditional strengths and values, yet is ambitious and forward-looking, seizing as many opportunities as possible to widen and enrich the experience of students.

The school has a strong local identity but also recognises the growing need to work within an international context.

Bexhill High is a learning community, committed to high quality provision and excellence in everything that we do; high achievement is our aim.

We invest our resources in the development of people in order to enable each individual to establish sound foundations for success. We provide a happy, caring environment in which high standards of work and behaviour are the norm and where all students are able to develop their own particular capacities and talents to the full. Each individual matters.

We, at the school, pride ourselves on the care we provide for our students. It is the fundamental right of every member of this community to work in a safe, yet challenging, environment. Violence, of any kind, will not be tolerated. Partnership is essential. It is a partnership between staff, parents, students, governors, businesses, and the local community in its widest sense, and our international contacts, which fosters growth and success.
I welcome the opportunity to discuss any aspect of Bexhill High and would encourage you to contact me with any questions you may have. In addition I should be proud to show you our school and look forward to meeting you.

Bexhill High has an outstandingly exciting future. I hope that the information contained in this website encourages you to join us.


Wearing of Uniform

In all matters of dress, parents are asked to support Bexhill High in its attempt to meet the following requirements:

  • Students should be encouraged to take pride in their appearance at school and on their way to and from school.
  • Students should keep their uniform, shoes and hair neat and clean.
  • Clothes should not be used to show differences in parental income.
  • Students should avoid eccentricities of fashion and designer labels.
  • Students must wear full school uniform to and from school, at lunch-time, on school journeys (unless alternative dress is prescribed by staff) and to matches played at other schools.

Uniform Items


  • Sweatshirt must be worn: dark navy, v neck with embroidered school badge
  • School tie
  • Plain dark grey or black trousers
  • White shirt  (not polo shirt)
  • Light blue polo shirt embroidered with school badge (summer term only)
  • Plain socks in neutral colour
  • White laboratory coat
  • Suitable dark-coloured shoes or black trainers with no other colour marking whatsoever (boots  are not allowed)
  • Suitable plain hoodless outdoor garment preferably navy blue (hoodies, denim or leather/leather-look-a-like jackets are not permitted)


  • Sweatshirt must be worn: dark navy, v neck with embroidered school badge
  • School tie
  • Black or navy blue skirt or trousers  (skin tight or “Boot Leg” type trousers are not acceptable; skirts must be of a respectable length 2" above or below the knee and  A-line or pleated style, not tight fitting and no slits)
  • White shirt blouse (not polo shirt)
  • Light blue polo shirt embroidered with school badget (summer term only)
  • Plain socks or tights in  neutral colours
  • White laboratory coat
  • Suitable dark-coloured shoes or black trainers with no other colour marking whatsoever (boots,  sling-backed shoes, backless sandals, clogs or high heels higher than 2” are not allowed in school)
  • Suitable plain hoodless outdoor garment preferably navy blue (hoodies, denim or leather/leather-look-a-like jackets are not permitted)

Summer Uniform: Students may wear a light blue polo shirt with embroidered school badge during the Summer Term.

All clothing to be labelled with student's name.

Jewellery: one small round or square stud in each ear lobe and a watch (no other jewellery is acceptable in school).

Hairstyles: the school reserves the right to decide what is acceptable for school.  In general, extremes will not be permitted.

Parents are asked to ensure that each item of uniform is clearly named.

The Governors will not accept responsibility for any loss of uniform items.


Bexhill High gained Technology College status in 2001. As a result a massive extra investment in provision has been made possible in order to raise the levels of attainment of all students in all subjects.

The school is now tremendously well endowed with information and communication technology facilities, boasting no less than thirteen computer suites in addition to the computers in every teaching room. Teaching rooms also have large screen televisions fed by video recorders and DVD players and the use of interactive whiteboards is now enhancing lessons in all faculties.

Student study is supported by hard copy and on-line study guides which continue to be developed to provide a high standard learning resource. Our students are encouraged to use ICT as an integral part of school work.

The faculties of Mathematics, Science and Design and Technology have benefited from close scrutiny of provision and facilities resulting in further investment in the students’ education. Courses offered are now tailored to students’ abilities and interests. The enrichment of facilities that has taken place now provides tremendous opportunity for educational experience relevant to today.s world of work. In Design and Technology for example our students have the opportunity to scan objects in 3D which may form the basis of a new design, the resulting scan can then be altered on a computer and the new design sent to a 3D router which is used to make a three dimensional model of the design. In Science our students use state of the art data collection devices and the use of computers in the analysis of results is the norm. In Mathematics the immediate feedback made possible by on-line lessons presents students with pace, challenge and assistance allowing a rapid progression in this subject.

The number of extra curricular activities offered as a result of Technology College status has greatly increased and our students now participate in such projects as the Robot Challenge and Greenpower Car projects the latter being an exciting opportunity to build, drive and race a green powered car. The regional finals being held at Goodwood Racetrack.

The role of the school in the wider community has also been the subject of audit and vast improvement as a result of Technology College status. Our staff are involved in many different projects with our Primary School partners including the provision of on and off site ICT assistance and the development of Design and Technology education in these schools.

We have been pivotal in the development of ICT facilities for learners of all ages in the community and Bexhill's Computer Learning Centre opened at the Down Road Campus in April 2003. This allows any member of the community to participate in the internationally recognised CISCO courses in network computer hardware installation and manipulation in addition to first steps CLAIT and occasional courses in Dreamweaver, image manipulation and other areas of interest.

Our role in school and community education does not stop here. During the course of the next few years Bexhill will see this school forming the centre of an educational force penetrating and serving the whole community. This is an exciting time for us all.


Our Code of Conduct is based on the principle of "Respect for All" and underpins the aims of the school. The code is straightforward, easily understood and encompasses three main areas:




Classroom expectations for all students are clearly expressed and are designed to establish an atmosphere of courtesy, safety and hard work. It is expected that parents will support the staff in maintaining high standards in school so that students can gain the full benefits of a partnership between home and school.

We do prefer to encourage students rather than to punish, but breaches of the school's Code of Conduct can result in various sanctions, such as detention either during breaks or after school; if the latter detention is for more than ten minutes, advance notice is given to parents. The most drastic sanction is exclusion from school in accordance with the Department for Education and Skills regulations.

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