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
Saturday 8th June open 9am – 12 in the school canteen area Free entry! To book a table (£10 – pay up front, non-refundable; tables provided; set up from 8.30) Call school reception on 01929 550077 Refreshments available supporting Purbeck Team Rwanda 2019
On Thursday, the Purbeck Rwanda 19 team, many pictured left, were proud to present Mike Hayes of the Amakuru Trust with a cheque to support the education of children at The Excel School in Rwamagana. £1065 has been raised through the kind donations of staff, many
PE teacher Mr Biddle recently ran this year’s London Marathon for rugby based charity Wooden Spoon. The charity work through the rugby community in the UK to support disadvantaged and disabled children. Outside of work Mr Biddle is a coach for Dorchester RFC, a partner club
On Sunday 28th April, 15 students accompanied Jeremy Guy and Simon Holmes on a 15 mile circular walk from Corfe Castle to Studland and back. The students had gained sponsorship in support of their forthcoming visits to Africa, and each of them marched with purpose and
Mia Lovett and Holly Bood have raised over £60 for the RNLI through the Business Studies department ‘Tenner Challenge. The Challenge for students was to take the £10 and make as much money as they possibly could for a worthy cause. Mia and Holly certainly did
Last week all students and staff from across the school were given the opportunity to play touch rugby in support of Mr Biddle’s London Marathon appeal for Wooden Spoon; the children’s charity of rugby. From match fees and other donations £164.40 was raised for Wooden Spoon.
Dear Parent/Carer, Next week the PE Department will be running charity touch rugby tournaments on Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday, at lunchtime on the astro. The main details are on the slide above and I will be explaining this during assemblies this week. The main purpose is
For the past two years, staff, parents and students of The Purbeck School have sponsored the education of several students at The Excel School in Rwamagana, Rwanda, with the help of the Amakuru Trust. Last year money raised by the school meant six young children from
Here are a few photos of 10yHPS completing their community challenge, where they hand wrapped messages and sweets to be delivered across the school for Valentine’s day! They had over 50 orders and made £30 for the Charity MIND.