Yet again our fantastic students rose to the challenge of creating and buying costumes for the traditional charity fancy dress. We would like to give a huge thank you to the residents of Wareham for their generosity and allowing our students to walk round the town streets to collect money for charity. Overall we raised close to £600 and this together with a very generous donation from Sophie Waylen’s Uncle
GRADE 7 Actual Salary £17,261 37 Hours per week, term time only plus one inset day, permanent contract Non-teaching Application Form pdf. Non-teaching Application Form docx. Sixth Form Student Information Booklet An opportunity has arisen at The Purbeck School to employ a Sixth Form Manager. The Sixth Form is made up of approximately 200 students who are organised into eight tutor groups. The purpose of this post is to support
Students awaiting their certificates for 2021 summer examinations can come and collect their certificates from the school office. If you, or your son/daughter, left The Purbeck School since 2013, your certificates may also be here for collection. Certificates are kept on file until former students turn 25 years old, after which time certificates are destroyed and you will need to contact the examining board directly and pay to obtain duplicates.
Sixth Form Charity students were impressed with the amazing Christmas Jumpers being proudly displayed today and thank everyone for their kind donations. As a school we raised £350 which will all go to Save the Children and their work to improve the lives of children through better education, health care, and economic opportunities, as well as providing emergency aid in natural disasters, war, and other conflicts.
Hope for Food appeal for Cadbury’s chocolate selection boxes is still ongoing. These boxes are being donated to children inside the Christmas food parcels, the Bournemouth charity delivers to struggling families. Selection boxes can be donated at the school’s reception.
Defibrillators are devices used to treat cardiac arrest. They deliver an electrical current which can often shock the heart into beating regularly again. They are the best way of ensuring someone suffering cardiac arrest outside of a hospital will survive, and are registered on a database so 999 dispatchers can quickly give directions to the nearest one. Unfortunately, some rural communities don’t have many defibrillators, meaning people at risk of
If you were unable to attend the Sixth Form Virtual Parents’ Evening last week, you can still see all the subject videos and information on our website sixth form pages. You will also be able to find an on-line application form and an online form to complete should you wish for a personal meeting with one of the Sixth Form Team. The deadline for applications is 10th February 2022. We
Christmas Jumper Day is back! Friday 10th December 2021. If you’re wondering why all your mates are suddenly wild about wool and giddy for glitter, you’re in the right place! Sixth Form Charity Prefects will be raising money for Save the Children next Friday. All students from all years will be invited to put on their loudest, wildest woolly jumper in exchange for a donation to Save the Children. Students
An exciting opportunity for our Year 12s. November 2021 sees the launch of the Company Programme at The Purbeck School where a group of students will work alongside a business advisor to establish a business proposition of their own. Their aim is to run a successful business, generate as many sales as possible, attend trade fairs and enter into local (and potentially national) competitions, delivering pitches to real-life investors. We
Dear Parent/Carer, Friday 26 November 2021 – Inset Day/Take Your Child to Work Day Due to the previous success of “Take your Child to Work Day” we are planning on utilising the inset day on Friday 26th November as an ideal opportunity to participate in this again, for all students in Years 7-13. Due to COVID-19 restrictions we appreciate that this may not be possible, due to parents working from