Student Council: October 2023 The week before we finished for half term, we held our first student council meeting of the academic year; there were 30 representatives there from years 7 – year 11. The agenda for this first meeting was to discuss how student council
On Wednesday 11th and Thursday 12th October, we were fortunate enough to welcome Bold Voices back into school to work with our students. On Wednesday 11th October, Bold Voice Ambassadors worked with x30 of our year 12 and year 13 students to train them up to
Next week, we are launching our first campaign of the academic year ‘Show Racism the Red Card’ This campaign has been built on the foundations of student voice who have requested the opportunity to show their views towards topics such as: racism, mental health and identity.
Tuesday 10th October is World Mental Health Day and we are taking the time to embrace this day in school. World Mental Health Day is a day to talk about mental health and show everyone that mental health matters. It’s also a day to let people know
On Thursday 4th May, The Purbeck School welcomed The Amy Winehouse Foundation in to school who spoke to students about resilience, self esteem and healthy coping strategies. Students had year group assemblies which were delivered, by one of two speakers, depending on the year group students
The Purbeck School has been chosen to take part in an exclusive youth led project. Southern Universities’ Network are looking for young people to get involved in an exciting new student voice project titled ‘SUN Young Researchers’. The SUN is working in collaboration with the Participation People, who deliver