As part of our behaviour policy, every lesson each student is given a score. Students receiving a 7 have exceeded expectations for the lesson. The following week the names of the students will be compiled and they will each receive 7 house points. Shortly after this,
On Thursday 1st December, The Purbeck School hosted our annual Careers Fair. Students had the opportunity to meet with a range of employers and learn about a variety of careers available to them. The students were extremely positive about the day and are now doing further
Year 10 triple science students spent this week using titrations to find the concentration of an unknown solution. A titration is an analytical chemical technique commonly used in laboratories around the world, which uses precise equipment to accurately calculate unknown concentrations.
Purbeck Maths Learners of the Week Well done to our TOP TEN Maths students this week! Taken from Hegarty-Maths, using the ‘Total questions answered correctly’, our most successful students of the week are listed below. Who will be on the leaderboard next week??? Maths Wall Fame
On Thursday 8th December, millions of people up and down the country will come together – at their workplace, school or with friends – to make the world better with a sweater. This year will be TWICE as good as before. Every time you donate £2,
On Wednesday 23rd November each of our Year 12 students attended a mock job interview with a local employer, in preparation for their one week work placement in February. The Purbeck Hall was buzzing and feedback from both the students and the visitors was extremely positive.
Our sixth form students were given the opportunity to attend an engineering talk from Stephen Turnock, who is the Head of Department of Civil, Maritime, and Environmental Engineering at University of Southampton. Stephen offers a vast amount of knowledge in all areas relating to engineering and
When the student council met back in October, they asked to requested a non-school uniform day to fundraise for a charity which promotes our school’s ethos and they chose #willdoes. The #Willdoes charity is dedicated to the memory of William Paddy, a sporty, charismatic child