is a non-selective Catholic independent day school for boys from 4 to 11 and girls from 4 to 16 with outstanding academic results and the very best nurturing pastoral care.
Some of our 5 star reviews on Google
Great atmosphere. A really caring environment. They get great results at GCSE too!
My daughter has been at The Towers since nursery. The care, love and attention my daughter has received has been second to non. My daughter is thriving and happy and looks forward to going to school – as a parent I can’t ask for anymore …
My daughter joined The Towers in Year 6 and is now in the last term of year 7. I thrilled we found this school for her, she has been incredibly happy and really is thriving both academically and personally which is a reflection of the excellent standard of teaching she is receiving and of the exceptional pastoral care.
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The Towers Convent School, a school, family and my second home for many years.
The Towers is a happy school with excellent teachers who really care about their pupils and help them to achieve very highly. I’m happy to recommend both the Junior and Senior Departments.
After transferring mid year from the local secondary school, my daughter is now happy and confident . She was welcomed and quickly made friends. Her grades are steadily improving and she is well supported in all areas of the curriculum, …
A wonderful learning community
My daughter has been at this school for two years,happy, more confident,academically flourishing, superb joyful school! (Sinclair family)
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Weekly Sports Report – 5th November Straight back into a busy week after half term. The U14 football league started on Tuesday. As it was the first time Towers girls have competed, they did exceptionally well - playing 9 aside against Worthing High drawing 1-1 with a...read more
Congratulations to Lucia P (Year 7) who represented The Towers in the Arun Young Musicians' Festival and was awarded gold medals for both her recorder and clarinet performances. Clearly her considerable musical talent has been recognised because Lucia has now been...read more
The whole Towers school, girls and boys from Reception to Year 11, took part in the Snailspace sponsored walk throughout Brighton and Hove visiting over 20 snails over a 7 mile relay walk. Reception, Year 1, 2, 3 and 4 started off the walk, with the rest of the school...read more