39 Year 9 History students visited London for the day, leaving school at 7 am and not getting back until 9.30 pm! Their busy schedule on this long day took them to the Imperial War Museum and also the amazing HMS Belfast, moored on the Thames.
The Learning Resource Centre (LRC) recently received a range of new academic books which will directly support A Level History students in their studies. The books were funded by a generous grant from the estate of the late Andy Speake, formerly a History teacher and Deputy
Fifteen Year 12 History students attended an Enrichment Day, visiting Neolithic sites in Wiltshire. After a classroom briefing on British Prehistory by Mr Rainsley, they travelled to the Stonehenge and Avebury World Heritage Site. They marched many kilometres around the Wiltshire countryside, exploring and studying sites
Our very own Miss Lines has recently been sharing excellent teaching advice with colleagues across the world on the pages of the esteemed Historical Association publication. Here you will see her advice about providing A Level students with book marks to develop their critical thinking, something
On Monday, the school received a visit from the Wareham Branch of the Royal British Legion. A group of Year 10 students (Isabelle Wright, Sophie Francis and Ella Lewis) presented them with a card that they had designed and created to be displayed on a wreath
On Wednesday 21st March, nearly a hundred Year 5 and 6 students from many of our partner primary schools visited The Purbeck School for an afternoon taster session in History and Geography. The students, and some keen parents, enjoyed both a History and a Geography session
45 year 9 students completed a busy and adventurous day trip to London, to support their History and RE studies. They started by visiting Neasden Temple, the largest Hindu temple in Europe. This inspiring building is hand-carved from 28,000 pieces of marble! The students experienced an