16 January 2020

Deputy Headteacher post - September 2020 start

An amazing opportunity to join our leadership team as Deputy Headteacher (Sept 2020 start) has just gone live on our website. PLEASE NOTE: the deadline for this has been extended until April 24th 2020 due to current school closure and may need to be postponed until the autumn term. Applications will be kept on file.

16 January 2020

6th form students secure Oxbridge offers!

Two of our 6th form students deserve huge congratulations, having secured Oxbridge offers for study later this year.

16 January 2020

Children in Need Fundraising

We are delighted to have raised almost £700 for Children in Need!

25 November 2019

December Events

Monday 16th December will be our school Christmas concert which starts at 7pm. Tickets will be available from Reception. Wednesday 18th December is our annual Christmas Carol Service at St Bartholomew's Church. This starts at 7pm.

18 November 2019

Visit from Tyne Met re Careers in Sport

On Monday 11th November, staff from Tyne Met College came in to inspire Year 9, 10 and 11 students

12 September 2019

Parent Governor Vacancy

6 September 2019

England v Italy at St James' Park

Here at Longbenton we are extremely proud of two of our students. On Thursday Ella Davidson and Andreia Campos were chosen as mascots for the England v Italy Rugby game at St James' Park which is taking place on Friday 6 September. The girls have followed the RFU schools' pathway for rugby, whereby they started playing in school and soon became involved in competitions which, in turn, has led them to represent the local club Novocastrians. The girls were escorted by our very talented PE Teacher and year 11 Leader Mrs Cooper. The interview can be seen on the BBC iPlayer under Look North for Thursday 5 September evening programme.

16 August 2019

SEN Training Programme for parents/carers

North East Regional SENDIASS - Special Educational Needs and Disability Information, Advice and Support Services are offering a 2019 training programme for parents/carers

15 August 2019

A Level Results 2019

Congratulations to our students who are receiving their A level results today on their well-deserved success.  A lot of hard work has gone into achieving this success over the past two years and we are thrilled to see so many of our pupils do so well. Click on the title to read more.

16 July 2019

Stratford upon Avon

Four Year 9 students were selected to perform in Stratford upon Avon with the Royal Shakespeare Company. Longbenton girls and students from Sacred Heart performed alongside other schools and created a final version of Romeo and Juliette in the RSC's Playmaking Festival. Each school had rehearsed a scene and under the direction of the RSC an amazing play was put together.

15 July 2019

Villiers Park STEM Scholars of the Year!

Two students Lauren Archer (Y13) and Sophie McCarthy(Y11) were proud winners of the prestigious Mike Baker Award through their involvement with the Tyneside Villiers Park STEM Scholars scheme which has been running now in school for 4 years. Many other schools are involved but both Lauren and Sophie have been recognised for their continuous positive and hardworking attitude in their studies throughout the year, as well as their dynamic and enthusiastic approach to Villiers Park activities. In fact, this is the second time that Lauren has won the award, she did so back in year 10. Both students are progressing on to the next stage of their academic careers. Lauren is pursuing a Chemistry degree at university whilst Sophie is staying on into Sixth Form at Longbenton to take A levels in Chemistry, Maths and Biology. We wish both students every success in their next step. Well done!”

15 July 2019

Links with Forest Hall Community Tennis Club

We have created a formal link with Forest Hall Community Tennis Club and it is a great environment for your child to improve their tennis skills. Please find attached the relevant information about the club. Please contact the PE Department if you require any further information. Kind regards, Mr Towler