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Well done to the Year 12 and 13 students who recently took part in the UKMT Senior Maths Challenge which is a national competition which tests your creative problem-solving skills as well as your mathematical abilities. It is all done without a calculator or any measuring
On 13th of October, a group of us, year 12 and 13 students, went to visit the Free and Equal Conference where a panel of speakers individually gave us talks on topics ranging from the limitations and dangers of the gender binary to a death-row lawyer
Sixth Form Enrichment every Wednesday afternoon offers the opportunity for students to expand their skillset and experiences beyond the curriculum. This week was the last rotation, this half term, of Basic First Aid where students learnt the life-saving skill of CPR.
The Purbeck School is delighted to report some fantastic achievements by its students in their A levels/level 3 qualifications. Adam Darley, Headteacher commented: “This is the first set of external exams that this group of young people sat, as their GCSE results had been awarded during
On Thursday the 8th June, we were fortunate enough to have Iwan from Cardiff University talk to parents and students from years 10, 11 and 12 about university life and student finance. He explained the recent changes to student finance and how graduates pay off their
On Tuesday 18th April our Year 12 students headed to Bournemouth University for the annual UCAS Higher Education and Apprenticeship Conference. On site there were exhibitors from UK universities, along with apprenticeship providers. Students were able to ask questions, gather information and
On Sunday 5th March, a group of sixth formers, Mr Tarbard as well as a surprise entry from Mr Basford, ran the Weymouth 10km to help raise sponsorship for the NSPCC. All students ran incredibly well and to their maximum potential all coming in under 1
Over the last three weeks, students, parents and staff have been donating chocolate selection boxes, with the collection being given to the local charity Hope for Food. As well as offering warm food and clothing at their twice weekly ‘Community Meals’ throughout the year, Hope for
We are looking forward to welcoming last year’s Year 13 students back for their Awards Evening onThursday. Food and drink will be provided.