The Purbeck School Science Fair 2020 Saturday 28th March 1 –4pm Free and no need to book, simply come along on the day ‘We had lots of hands-on fun and learned so much!’ All ages! Come and take part in an exciting range of free, inspiring
12 Year 12 Business students completed an Insight Day at Bournemouth University on Wednesday 26th February. Students were given a brief and within 2 hours had to prepare a pitch for a new product and a launch event for BU Sport. Students worked collaboratively on their
Firstly, the professor introduced some of the sociology-related courses available to us including sociology and criminology as well as sociology and anthropology just to name a few and asked for our understanding of what each subject involved. She then went on to tell us about a
On Tuesday 9th July, 10 Computer Science students from The Purbeck School, set forth on their visit to The Tank Museum at Bovington, to take part in an engineering challenge, which was organised in partnership with Bournemouth University. We were in competition with All Saints (Weymouth)
We had an exciting opportunity with Bournemouth University STEM Outreach Programme, they visited School Friday 6th July 2018 to deliver a thrilling workshop to some of our female students in year 7, 8 and 9. This workshop combined design, engineering and programming with team work and problem
On the 28th March our Year 12 students joined UCAS experts, university representatives, and industry professionals at this unique, campus based event. With inspirational talks, topical seminars, application process advice, and interactive stands, students found out about life on a university campus, and had the opportunity
The Purbeck School entered 3 teams into the Bournemouth Soroptimist International STEM Challenge 2018. This is an annual competition open to schools in Dorset where students work independently in teams to try and come up with designs that sustainably solve problems caused by aspects of poverty
Today’s Business challenge delivered by Bournemouth University saw 30 of our Year 10 Business studies students engage in a real life budgeting challenge. Students were tasked with budgeting for a month at university, making key decisions about employment, grocery shopping and those all important additional extras.