Ben Collington-Mears has now had confirmation that he is to represent Great Britain in the Tumbling (Gymnastics) World Championships. He will be travelling to Bulgaria later this month to compete. Well done Ben we couldn’t be prouder of you! and good luck!
On Wednesday 11th October, a large group of Year 5 students from our Primary Educational Partnership schools came to The Purbeck School to take part in our Marvellous Maths workshop. The workshop was delivered by The Purbeck School Year 9 students. Parents of the primary school
Following the success of this summer’s expedition it is very exciting to be offering our Year 10, 11 and 12 students the opportunity to travel to Kenya with Camps International during the summer of 2019. Here students will be working on a range of sustainable and
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
On Monday 2nd October, 33 Computer Science students from The Purbeck School visited Bournemouth BIC for Digital Wave, the largest digital youth conference in the UK. The one-day conference, which has run for several years, brings together people from a range of digital technologies, and showcases
With the rain hammering down, Purbeck year 9s welcomed IPACA school from Portland after a bye in the first round. The game started with some outstanding football with Purbeck putting 20 passes together from the kick off to work the ball to Joey Towers on the
The Purbeck Film Festival have the some truly fantastic opportunities for our children right here in Purbeck over half term. We have: the Director of ‘Who Killed Nelson Nutmeg?’ coming in person to The Rex to talk about his film made on location in Dorset and featuring
On Monday 16th October, our 6th form Fine Art students attended a fantastic Arts University Bournemouth Life Drawing class for the day. The girls drew from a life model and used a variety of media to capture the different poses, including; charcoal, pencils, pastels, inks, and