Purbeck teacher provides top pedagogy!

Purbeck teacher provides top pedagogy!

Our very own Miss Lines has recently been sharing excellent teaching advice with colleagues across the world on the pages of the esteemed Historical Association publication.  Here you will see her advice about providing A Level students with book marks to develop their critical thinking, something that is praised as a ‘super idea’ by Christine Counsell,

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Outstanding A level results at The Purbeck School

Outstanding A level results at The Purbeck School

Once again Purbeck students have posted impressive results with 55% of A Level students being awarded at least one grade at an A*/A or B. Some subject areas have achieved exceptional success; Sport double award leading the way with over 80% of students being awarded A*/A grades – a phenomenal achievement. A significant number of other

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Celebration of Success Evening

Celebration of Success Evening

With over 60 awards being given out, the Purbeck School ‘Celebration of Success evening’ was packed full of proud families, students and teaching staff. Awards were given out from each department and then there were individual house awards for those who had excelled across a number of areas of the school. It was also a time

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Belgium and France 2018

Belgium and France 2018

Our history trip to Belgium and France was, without question, one that we will never forget. I can confidently say that both our hearts and minds were touched by this incredible experience and I’m sure that it will stay with us long after we leave The Purbeck School. We set off from school at 7:00am and

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Humanities Taster Session

Humanities Taster Session

On Wednesday 21st March, nearly a hundred Year 5 and 6 students from many of our partner primary schools visited The Purbeck School for an afternoon taster session in History and Geography. The students, and some keen parents, enjoyed both a History and a Geography session where they experienced some of the learning and skills that

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Sixth Form trip to Krakow and Berlin

Sixth Form trip to Krakow and Berlin

Nineteen students from Years 12 and 13 flew to a cold and snowy Krakow in Poland at the end of the half term break. They spent three days in Krakow before travelling overnight by bus to Berlin in Germany, where they spent another three days, before finally flying home. This was a challenging trip for the

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History and RE Trip to London

History and RE Trip to London

45 year 9 students completed a busy and adventurous day trip to London, to support their History and RE studies. They started by visiting Neasden Temple, the largest Hindu temple in Europe. This inspiring building is hand-carved from 28,000 pieces of marble! The students experienced an Aarti ceremony. Next, a tube ride and a bit of

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