Blatch's Best

Welcome to our showcase of ‘Blatch’s Best.’ These pages will develop through the years and become an archive of some of the inspirational, well researched and informative work that is produced by our students and our staff so regularly. Each subject area portrays a cross-section of the work and achievements developed within each department, as well as individual and team innovations, and is testament to the great work that is produced within our school.

  • Blatch Art Gallery

    The annual Art Competition for KS3, which invites artwork from Years 7, 8 and 9 for our gallery. Winners are chosen during the summer term after all the voting has been counted. View the Gallery and cast your vote on our Gallery Page.

  • BBC News School Report

    Blatchington Mill School takes part in the BBC News School Report Initiative. The initiative gives 11-16 year-old students in the UK the chance to make their own news reports for a real audience. Read more about this on our BBC School's Report Page.

  • Citizenship and Free The Children

    In 2013, GCSE Students found themselves very much in the spotlight as they carried out the 'active' element of their Citizenship GCSE. The students chose to work with 'Free the Children,' an international charity and educational partnership ... read more.

  • Testimonials

    We sometimes receive feedback from parents that underlines our strong community and praises the initiatives we take in giving Blatch students the best experience during their time with us. It is this kind of feedback that is a strong reminder that whilst the students leave us, the strength of their learning remains and carries them through to their future lives. More information is available on our Testimonials Page.

Blatch’s Best covers significant work of which a student should be proud. For some this may not be as perfect as someone else’s, but we are for students’ best, whatever that may be. A contribution is better than no contribution. Achievement may come at different levels, but show incredible progress for a particular individual.

Equally this showcase models effectively for our students how they could also achieve and helps guide aspirations.

We hope you will enjoy viewing this work.