After successfully winning the Dorset & South-West Championships, the Purbeck U15 team competed at nationals on 15th June at the Derby Arena. The boys had been training exceptionally hard for months and really were fully prepared for the challenge. With thanks to Andrew Ward at Reward
On Wednesday 12th June, students in Y10 and Y12 were visited by former Purbeck School student Sam Handy, Vice Chair of Design at Adidas in Germany. Students heard about his career progression from Purbeck School student to being headhunted by Adidas to lead a design team.
Former student Josie Cox (now aged 25) is on her way to being a chartered accountant with HIll Osborne. Read her story on their website at https://www.dorsetchamber.co.uk/hill-osborne-helps-josie-cox-in-her-dream-career/ We love to hear from our past sixth form students and see what they are up to now, so
Good luck to the Year 10 boys travelling up to Derby this afternoon for the Handball National Finals. A huge thank you to Andrew War at Reward IT for sponsoring the boys allowing them to enrich this fantastic opportunity. Lets bring home the CUP!!!! Mr
On Saturday morning several of the students who will attend our Purbeck Rwanda 2019 visit helped to support a table top sale in school. Funds and consciousness regarding our visit were both raised and we would particularly like to thank those who booked tables and helped
The Purbeck School PTFA are seeking donations of second hand blazers, jumpers and PE Kits. Donations of The Purbeck School Uniform, which should be washed and in good condition, can be handed into Reception at anytime. All contributions given will be gratefully received.
Dear Parent/Carer Year 11 study leave has now begun. Therefore, Year 11’s are now only expected in for their examinations, no lessons are being run for them. They must continue to be in full school uniform for each examination. Once their examination is completed they will
The Thomas Williams Educational Foundation (TWEF) is a grant-making trust which exists to assist young people, under the age of 25 living in the Parish of Bere Regis, to further their education. Awards can be made to young people whether they are in part-time or full-time education. In
The results are in! April saw 87 students sitting the Junior Maths Challenge, a yearly paper designed to stimulate mathematical problem solving. Four students were awarded Gold, seven students were awarded Silver and seventeen students achieved Bronze. Congratulations to all of the Year 7s and 8s