Dear Parents / Carers, You and your family are hereby invited to enter the Rotary Interschool Photography Competition 2020! The competition is now in its 8th year and has grown into a thriving community project involving an incredible 18 schools from across Hampshire, Dorset and Wiltshire.
What an evening of celebration. Over 60 students received awards at The Purbeck School Celebration of Success Evening. Over 200 proud family members packed The Purbeck Hall as awards across all subject areas were presented by members of staff to students. The students ranged across the
Megan Yates (Yr11), Cosmo Manningham-Buller (Yr10) and Mr Nicolaides (Head of Physics) have been selected as winners in this year’s Rotary Inter-School Photography Competition, based on the theme of ‘Harmony’. Both Megan and Cosmo are current GCSE Photography student’s whilst Mr Nicolaides is a keen amateur
On Friday 7th March, Purbeck School photography students took part in a studio lighting workshop with professional photographer Nick Treviss. Nick has had a successful career spanning 20 years as a commercial and editorial Photographer based in London with high profile clients such as Urban Outfitters.
Dear Parents / Carers, You and your family are hereby invited to enter the Rotary Interschool Photography Competition 2019! The competition is now its 8th year and has grown into a thriving community project involving an incredible 17 schools from across Hampshire, Dorset and Wiltshire There
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
“A Moment in Time” Students, Staff & Parents from the following schools are invited to submit photographs: Ringwood School Moyles Court School Burgate School and Sixth Form Trafalgar School at Downton Purbeck School Wildern School (Hedge End, Southampton) Arnewood School (New Milton) Downton Primary School Poulner
Last weekend, Year 13 students presented their current work in an exhibition at the wonderful setting of Durlston Castle. The students curated the show themselves and staffed the weekend’s open exhibition. Prior to this they were proud to welcome the Mayor of Swanage (pictured) who himself
Year 13 Art and Photography students present ‘Collective Works’ an exhibition of 1st and 2nd year A-Level work at the Fine Foundation Gallery, Durlston Castle. The exhibition is open to the public from the 9th-10th of December. A private view with refreshments will take place at 7pm on the