Welcome,

Mrs Trelfa with Year 10 enjoying ice cream. Your welcome to join us!

Mrs Trelfa with Year 10 enjoying ice cream on Sister Mary Andrew’s Diamond Jubilee

The Towers is a large family, in which each person plays an important role. Our community is vibrant and bustling with opportunities for self-development, a haven for happy, confident pupils to flourish and blossom. Pupils can grow into “their own skin” and be recognised for their achievements – whatever they may be. Visitors are consistently bowled over by our warm, calm and purposeful environment, within which everyone is known and loved. Our small classes give each one a chance to shine, with nowhere to hide! “The people make it the place it is.” Michelle, Yr8.

Our pupils, with their genuine passion for learning, progress seamlessly through Key Stages 1 and 2 and subsequently in to the Seniors, from where they are welcomed into a range of top-flight schools with their clutch of excellent GCSEs – many on scholarships. Pupils’ GCSE successes are greatly enhanced by their extra-curricular achievements in the performing and expressive arts and sports.

Our inclusive site enables pupils from all age groups, to mix, integrate and build friendships from Reception to Key Stage 4 – building pupils’ confidence, and enhancing their social skills. The traditions, started by the Sisters of The Blessed Sacrament in 1903, blend perfectly with our modern facilities, broad curriculum and the highest educational standards to create a thriving and dynamic community.

“To get the most out of The Towers experience you have to get involved in everything.” Harriet, Yr11.

The Towers builds free-thinking individuals with great strength of character – leaders of tomorrow. Their consistently high GCSE results place The Towers towards the top of league tables for small schools and at the top of the schools in West Sussex but it is the nurture and care pupils receive that sets us apart. “Ours is a fantastic school, where we thrive. The academic subjects and sports are amazing here. Everybody respects each other and is very welcoming” Tegan, Yr8.

“Come and see for yourself – any time…”

Clare Trelfa – Headmistress