It’s been a busy spring term with new events and various CPD courses which have all been brilliantly attended. Handball We started the term with a new event, the Year 5 and 6 Handball festival. This was well attended and thoroughly enjoyed by all, all the teams were buzzing and were really excited about putting new
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
On Monday afternoon, The Purbeck School hosted St Mary’s Swanage, St George’s Langton Matravers, Corfe Primary and Wareham St Mary for our 2018 launch of the joint network reading group. Students from year 6 joined some of our year 7 students and enjoyed a very entertaining afternoon in our library where they were introduced to the
On Wednesday 24th of January, over one hundred year five and six students from many of our partner primary schools visited The Purbeck School for an afternoon Purbeck experience in English. The students enjoyed finding out a bit more about one of the books they will read when joining The Purbeck School: ‘Animal Farm’ by George Orwell.
So November has been busy with a number of competitions involving all age groups from year 1 through to year 6. Year 1-2 have been involved in Mini Olympics festival where they were able to take part in a number of different activities including elephant football, balancing activities and crawling through tunnels. 90 pupils took up
The governors of St George’s CE VA Primary School are proposing to change the school’s Published Admission Number (PAN) to 15 from 1st September 2019. Further details can be found on the school’s website: http://stgeorgeslangton.dorset.sch.uk. There is a six week consultation period commencing 16th October 2017 and closing on 27th November 2017. There will be a public
So September has come and gone rather quickly and the partnership has again been thrown head first into an extensive activity programme. Luckily the weather has been on our side and all events have been a huge success. Our first event was the year 5 and 6 inclusive festival, where 10 pupils from each school