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A great start to your child’s education, which will build the foundations of a happy and successful life…


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The Towers Junior School is a very special place where everyone is welcomed and cared for. Our aim is to be a happy school where everyone has the chance to develop their own unique gifts and talents. Learning is fun…

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As pupils learn and grow they progress seamlessly through Key Stages 1 and 2.  There is automatic entry to our Senior School and other girls join us at this point.   Girls leave us at age 16 with excellent GCSE achievements.   Our Added Value is outstanding.

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Latest News & Events

All vehicles are fully fitted with seatbelts and are driven by West Sussex County Council approved drivers. There are currently seven bus routes, information for which is available by clicking on the relevant route below.

Route 1 – Burgess Hill        Route 2 – Hove        Route 3 – Petworth        Route 4 – Rustington

Route 5 – Saltdean        Route 6 – West Chiltington        Route 7 – Worthing 

The fare for travelling on one of the school minibuses is £7 per day per child, and is billed termly. For more information and to book a seat online click here, or you can contact us by phoning 01903 812185.             


Every year on the last Sunday in June, the school hosts a reunion for all past pupils of any of the Blessed Sacrament Schools. To find out more click on the picture >Reunion-300x186
History-button-4History-button-5If you have anything related to The Towers Convent School (ie: pictures, documents, letters, newspaper clippings etc) which we are not displaying please do contact us by clicking here: School History

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What are we doing to fight against modern slavery?

On Wednesday 5th October the Towers Convent School in Upper Beeding held its second awareness-raising forum on this challenging topic. We welcomed speakers from variety of walks of life including a speaker with a political point of view, a lawyer, a representative from the Salvation Army, both past and present pupils and the rapper Josh Smith.

A number of ideas and suggestions came out of the evening which were summed up by Emily our Year 11 pupil who urged us to ‘have the conversation raise awareness and make our mark’.



To view the speakers in action click on the images below:

Joshua Luke Smith

Emily Carr

Colleen Theron

Kathryn Taylor

Kristy Adams

Esther Leroux

5 Things You Can Do To Tackle Modern Slavery…

  • Research – If you don’t really know what Modern Slavery is, find out about it. Understanding what Modern Slavery is brings us one step closer to preventing it.
  • Join The Fight – Join or support charities and movements such as A21, Stop The Traffik or Walk Free, so you can help pave the way for a world without trafficking.
  • Spread The Word -Talk to people about how they can get involved and to young children, about what they can do to be safe.
  • Shop Ethically – Buy Fairtrade products whenever possible.
  • Unite – Work together to end trafficking and exploitation for good.

To view details and videos of the previous event click here.