Year 11 into 12 Transition Days

Year 11 into 12 Transition Days

  • June 17, 2021

This week has seen Year 11 students take part in transition days. The days were to introduce students to the Sixth Form and start to bridge the gap between GCSE and A level/Level 3 BTEC/OCR National courses. The students have been given a wealth of information through welcome assemblies, a 2 hour lesson for each of the subjects they have chosen to take in the Sixth Form, a session from Bath

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Nut Free School – Allergy Information

Nut Free School – Allergy Information

  • June 8, 2021

Reminder to all Years Please do not bring in any food that contains nuts, kiwi, coconut or sesame into school, as we have some students with severe food allergies.

Goodbye Year 13

Goodbye Year 13

  • May 28, 2021

Year 13 have been celebrating their last day in school with an awards ceremony followed by a quiz, music from the School Staff Band and a BBQ. It was a lovely day and we have really enjoyed working with the fantastic young adults over the last 2 years. We wish them all the very best for the future and are really keen that they keep in touch and let us

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The Peace & Hope School in Kigali, Rwanda

The Peace & Hope School in Kigali, Rwanda

  • May 28, 2021

Please sponsor us! #PurbeckRuntoRwanda #MakeUpTheMiles Run to Rwanda – Sponsorship Form pdf. The Charity Prefects are raising money for The Peace & Hope School in Kigali, Rwanda by encouraging all pupils and staff to take part in a sponsored run or walk before a non-uniform day on Friday 25th June 2021.  The aim is to run the equivalent distance of around 6,000 miles from The Purbeck School to Kigali.  Students

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Virtual Next Generation NHS Nursing Workshop

Virtual Next Generation NHS Nursing Workshop

  • May 25, 2021

Recently a group of Year 10 students took part in a virtual Next Generation NHS Nursing Workshop.  Students had the chance to find out more about the amazing opportunities that being a nurse can offer, as well as meeting nurses currently on the Covd-19 frontline.  Students listened to guest speakers including Emma Phillips – Royal College of Nursing Officer for Trade Union duties and for Regional Development (registered Adult nurse),

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Reminder to all Cyclists

Reminder to all Cyclists

  • May 20, 2021

From tomorrow, Friday 21st May, and for the rest of this half term there will not be any cycle shelters available. Brand new shelters are being built and will be in place for the new half term. Thank you for your understanding. The Purbeck School

Will Does Charity Day – Total Raised

Will Does Charity Day – Total Raised

  • May 19, 2021

Thank you to all Purbeck students and staff who donated money for the #WillDoes charity last Friday. We managed to raise £875! The total £2000 raised by Dorset schools is going towards a youth bus based in Swanage. It will travel to communities across Dorset, offering support, information and a safe place to go for any young people who need it. In the memory of William Paddy, #WillDoes aims to

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Comic Relief Day

Comic Relief Day

  • March 20, 2021

On Friday, students wore red and donated £1 (and sometimes more!) to help support Comic Relief. Charity Prefects collected over £300 in donations. The charity does a wide range of work, including donating meals to struggling families in the UK, helping healthcare workers reach remote places in Africa and buying warm clothing for refugees. They help communities with youth groups, one-to-one therapy sessions and more. Comic Relief also donates to

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Red Nose Day: Friday 19th March 2021

Red Nose Day: Friday 19th March 2021

  • March 12, 2021

WEAR SOMETHING RED FOR RED NOSE DAY: FRIDAY 19TH MARCH 2021 The Purbeck School Charity Prefects are looking to spread a little fun next week and asking students to wear something red for Red Nose Day.  In addition to their full uniform, students are invited to don their reddest socks, hair bands, face masks, hair tie or something similar and to bring in £1 donation to the charity. And if that

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