Yet again our fantastic students rose to the challenge of creating and buying costumes for the traditional charity fancy dress. We would like to give a huge thank you to the residents of Wareham for their generosity and allowing our students to walk round the town
Sixth Form Charity students were impressed with the amazing Christmas Jumpers being proudly displayed today and thank everyone for their kind donations. As a school we raised £350 which will all go to Save the Children and their work to improve the lives of children through
Hope for Food appeal for Cadbury’s chocolate selection boxes is still ongoing. These boxes are being donated to children inside the Christmas food parcels, the Bournemouth charity delivers to struggling families. Selection boxes can be donated at the school’s reception.
Hope for Food trustees and just a small portion of the school’s donation Following last year’s Harvest collections for foodbanks in Swanage and Wareham, this term The Purbeck School was proud to support the excellent work of another local charity, Hope for Food. Once again, through the
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