Super 7s – Well Done!

Super 7s – Well Done!

  • October 9, 2017

As part of our behaviour policy, every lesson each student is given a score.  Students receiving a 7 have exceeded expectations for the lesson and at the beginning of the following week are rewarded.  They will each receive a postcard home and a ‘Super 7’ wristband which provides them with: Queue jump for themselves and one friend for all breaktimes and lunchtimes throughout the week Use of the ‘Super 7 Lounge’.  This

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Holocaust Memorial Day 2017

Holocaust Memorial Day 2017

  • October 9, 2017

How can life go on? The theme this year for Holocaust Memorial Day was ‘How can life go on?’ and focused on how communities who had been targeted and persecuted during the Holocaust rebuilt their lives and societies after they were liberated. A group of thirty Year 9 students took part in a day where they explored this theme through the different perspectives of History, Ethics, Art, and the Rwandan

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Football Match report – Year 11 v Thomas Hardye School

Football Match report – Year 11 v Thomas Hardye School

  • October 6, 2017

4th October The Year 11 football team got their season off to a winning start with a solid 2-0 win at home to Thomas Hardye. The first half saw some tidy football played by both teams which made for an entertaining encounter. Despite soaking up a little early pressure it was Purbeck that made the breakthrough as Lewis Knapman chased down a long ball from Jack Delves. The Hardye’s defenders contributed

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Football Match report – Sixth Form v Canford School

Football Match report – Sixth Form v Canford School

  • October 6, 2017

County Cup Round 1 28th September The Sixth form football team began their season with an intriguing first round tie away at Canford School. The Purbeck boys may have felt a little out of place in the Public school surroundings however the perfect playing surface and excellent weather conditions allowed Purbeck to play some excellent football on the day. There was very little between the two teams throughout despite Purbeck having

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Zozulenka

Zozulenka

  • October 6, 2017

Please consider attending this concert, performed by our friends from Ukraine. Free admission with retiring collection.

Year 10/11 Rugby Team progress into the Dorset and Wilts Quarter-Final 52-14

Year 10/11 Rugby Team progress into the Dorset and Wilts Quarter-Final 52-14

  • October 5, 2017

The next round of the U16 Dorset and Wilts rugby cup drew Purbeck at home against St Peters School. After a triumphant win against Clayesmore in the previous round, Purbeck were pumped and ready to rise to challenge. The first 10 minutes was fiercely contested with little between the two teams with the majority of play in the middle section of the pitch. A good break from George Collington-Booth resulted in

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Computing Course at Wareham Library

Computing Course at Wareham Library

  • October 4, 2017

Would you be interested in improving your ICT skills and gaining a qualification? Skills & Learning can help! New course starts at Wareham Library Thursday 12th October 1-4pm To book a place or for more information please call Julia Graves on 01202 262373.

Super 7s – Well Done!

Super 7s – Well Done!

  • September 29, 2017

As part of our behaviour policy, every lesson each student is given a score.  Students receiving a 7 have exceeded expectations for the lesson and at the beginning of the following week are rewarded.  They will each receive a postcard home and a ‘Super 7’ wristband which provides them with: Queue jump for themselves and one friend for all breaktimes and lunchtimes throughout the week Use of the ‘Super 7 Lounge’.  This

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The Purbeck School has once again been recognised as one of the top performing schools in the country

The Purbeck School has once again been recognised as one of the top performing schools in the country

  • September 29, 2017

This week the school received confirmation of the Government’s headline measure for performance for GCSE results – Progress 8. This measure takes into account all the GCSE results from across all state schools in the country for 2016/17. The Purbeck School has received a Progress 8 figure of +0.36. This is a fantastic figure and will place the school for the third consecutive year into the top 25% of all

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