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  • The #GirlMeetsCode Summer Programme could be perfect for your teen!

    Published 19/06/24

    Is your daughter aged between 12 to 16? Do they have an interest in coding and technology?

    The #GirlMeetsCode Summer Programme could be perfect for your teen!

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  • Invitation to attend our A Level Exhibition

    Published 18/06/24

    The Purbeck School Art Department invite you to attend our A Level Exhibition on 16/07 and 17/07 from 18:00. 

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  • MATHS WALL OF FAME – WELL DONE

    Published 18/06/24

    MATHS WALL OF FAME – WELL DONE

    Purbeck Maths Learners of the Week

    Taken from Sparx Maths, using the ‘Total XP’ for the week, our most eager students to practise their Mathematics last week are listed below.

    Maths Wall Fame as of 17th June 2024

    Highest Average XP Per Student

    9yMaMBZ (1327 XP)

    Highest Completion

    9xMaLCS

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  • Spring Term Sports Partnership action

    Published 17/06/24

    The summer term was proving to be as busy as the previous terms and we kicked straight off with a KS1 Dare to believe festival, 14 schools were again invited to take part with 10 KS 1 pupils in a variety of activities that would develop gross and fine motor skills along with other key skills such as communication and teamwork. Our yr 8 leaders were in charge of delivering this event and they continued to show excellent leadership skills through communication, organisation and encouragement to make sure that the participant shad a great time. As always the schools went away happy but tired and promised to be back for more fun at a later date. Some activities that the KS1 pupils undertook were stations such as Switch it, crossing the river, boccia and relays.

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  • The Purbeck School presents Disney's Mary Poppins JR

    Published 14/06/24

    The Purbeck School presents Disney's Mary Poppins JR on the 16th & 17th July at 7pm

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  • SUPER 7S – WELL DONE!

    Published 13/06/24

    As part of our behaviour policy, in every lesson, each student is given a score. Students receiving a 7 have exceeded expectations for the lesson. The following week the names of the students will be compiled and they will each receive 7 house points. Shortly after this, they will be presented with their Super 7 wristband which provides them with: 

    Queue jump for themselves and one friend for all break times and lunch times throughout the week.

    An invite for a Friday hot chocolate with the Headteacher and House Leaders.

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  • Being a boy Hosted by Arts University Bournemouth (AUB)

    Published 13/06/24

    Being a Boy

    Hosted by Arts University Bournemouth (AUB), five Year 8 students took part in a two-day Acting workshop at AUB’s Palace Court Theatre. The workshop was delivered by Dan Boyden, an experienced theatre maker who works with the British Council as a lead consultant designing their new global youth programme and is co-director of international arts collective AWE.

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  • Jordan made it to the Quarter finals!

    Published 13/06/24

    There was 4 Events over the weekend with 134 players from all over the world. Some already England and Scotland Champions.

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  • School Essentials Grant

    Published 12/06/24

    We’re delighted to announce the GroceryAid School Essentials Grant, supported by The Leverhulme Trade Charities Trust is back again this year. You will be able to apply on this page from 9am on Tuesday 18th June 2024. If you’re eligible, you may receive £150 per school-age child, for up to three children in your household.

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  • What Parents need to know "palworld"

    Published 10/06/24

    What Parents and Educators Need to Know about Palworld

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  • Student voice 2024

    Published 10/06/24

    On Friday 7th June, the student council met with Mrs Watson to discuss ideas for house competitions next year.

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  • The Apprentice comes to Purbeck

    Published 07/06/24

    Some year 9 and 10 pupils enjoyed a whole day workshop on Entrepreneurial Skills delivered by the Southern Universities Network. In teams of four, they were tasked with setting up a Festival for under 18s. They had to brainstorm ideas for a theme, design the festival site, create detailed costings to ensure revenue and profit, design a social media marketing programme for their target audience, and create logos and merchandise. The day ended with each group pitching their proposal to the judges and their fellow pupils. The judges chose ‘Flower Fest’ for their attention to detail and going above and beyond their brief, while the pupil vote went to ‘ESports’ for their creative and imaginative festival programme.

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