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Sussex Maths Hub covers East and West Sussex, Brighton and Hove.

Explore the combination of coast and countryside. You’re never far from the sea and the varied coastline here – dramatic white cliffs drop to secluded rocky bays, shingle beaches and swathes of golden sand. Just a short drive from the lively cities and towns which pepper this 100 mile stretch of coast you’ll find unspoilt landscapes aplenty.

There are many picture postcard English villages, glorious National Trust gardens, the famous beach and Royal Pavilion in Brighton and other historic buildings such as Bodiam castle and Amberley castle, now a luxury hotel. In Hastings, the remains of the first castle in England to be built by William the Conqueror and a preserved Old Town.

Brighton itself offers an eclectic mix of history and culture, with the narrow North Laines full of interesting and sophisticated shopping, buzzy restaurants and glittering nightlife – with the laid-back charms of the seaside.

To the west lie the award-winning beaches of Bognor Regis and Littlehampton, making this a popular spot for families. The town of Worthing offers visitors’, superb theatres, restaurants and fabulous shopping. The Roman city of Chichester has an imposing cathedral, a major art gallery and the renowned Chichester Festival Theatre, plus the wildlife-rich inlets and bays of Chichester Harbour and the beaches of West Wittering and East Head.


The region offers schools from all phases: Primary, Secondary, Sixth forms and Sixth form colleges including:

  • Comprehensive schools
  • Grammar schools
  • Faith schools
  • SEND schools
  • Free schools
  • Academies
  • State boarding schools
  • Private schools


In Sussex, there are plenty of opportunities to enjoy the coast and countryside, whether you are a walker, cyclist or enjoy water sports.

Enjoy the arts with are many theatres in Brighton, Crawley and Chichester to name a few.

Take advantage of Glyndebourne to experience an opera or recitals.

Many festivals, such as Eastbourne air show, or bonfire night in Lewes or the nightlight of Brighton.

We are 50 minutes by train from London, with numerous museums, palaces, castles and historic sights including Buckingham Palace, St Paul’s cathedral, London Bridge to name but a few of its many attractions.

Of course, London is only a short train journey away.


There are also activities galore to keep everyone entertained, from Goodwood Festival of speed, a Wild Wood tree top experience in Crawley and spills at one of our famous racecourses, Epsom Downs, Sandown, Kempton, Brighton and Lingfield.

There are numerous sporting opportunities covering all sports from the traditional football, cricket and hockey to dry slope skiing and ice hockey! Whatever sport you are interested in there is an opportunity to get involved either watching or taking part.

A short drive or train journey to Wimbledon will allow you to watch world famous tennis players. For those more interested in rugby there is the famous stadium at Twickenham.

For football fans, there is Brighton, Chelsea FC, Arsenal and many more.

Housing and transport

There is affordable housing throughout the region including Brighton, Chichester, Worthing, Eastbourne and Horsham with excellent public transport links. We have Gatwick airport, for flights to Europe and transatlantic flights.