From 5th – 9th July, all students at the Purbeck School in one PE lesson completed as many laps of the X-Country as they could to raise money for the charity CALM whilst also wearing orange. Overall, the total amount of laps run was 3070km, the
Please tune into BBC Radio Solent tomorrow morning when the Charity Prefects will be talking to Steve Harris about their fundraising Run to Rwanda campaign on the Make a Difference slot at 0750.
On Friday, students wore red and donated £1 (and sometimes more!) to help support Comic Relief. Charity Prefects collected over £300 in donations. The charity does a wide range of work, including donating meals to struggling families in the UK, helping healthcare workers reach remote places
Following a two week harvest appeal, The Purbeck School community of staff, students and parents/carers collected a significant amount of food and household items to support two wonderful local charities. Three of our Year 7 students are pictured with a second car full (and it was
Over the next two weeks, we are asking The Purbeck School community of staff, students and parents to contribute to our Harvest Appeal. We aim to collect a substantial amount of food and toiletries to donate to the Swanage and Wareham food banks that are organised
Year 9 student Ben Hall has raised almost £2,000: and still he sleeps on! The Purbeck School’s Ben Hall appeared on Good Morning Britain this morning, after coming to national attention by building an Anderson Shelter and sleeping in it in order to raise money for
Following our fundraising in the spring, last week the school sent two cheques to The Amakuru Trust: £1500 for finishing two classrooms at the Peace and Hope primary school in Kigali. This was non-uniform day money. The primary will now be able to educate a further
We received a message this week from Albert Musabyimana who is the Headteacher of the ‘Peace and Hope’ school in one of the poorest areas of Kigali (the capital of Rwanda). This was one of the schools that students from The Purbeck School visited last October,