Dear Parent/Carer A quick note from the school as the term draws to a close. First of all can we thank you all for your support this term, it has been much appreciated. Can I also take this opportunity to publicly thank all of the staff
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
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
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
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
Our Sixth Form prospective Medical, Veterinary & Nursing students were joined by the University of Surrey for an MMI workshop. The MMI (mini multiple interview) consists of a series of short, structured interview stations used to assess non-cognitive qualities including cultural sensitivity, maturity, teamwork, empathy, reliability and communication
After a pandemic related postponement, we were delighted to have ex sixth former Richard Heys back in school to give a talk on why to consider Economics as a future career and what the fast track civil service can offer. Richard, deputy director of the
After many Covid-19 restrictions, over the past year, it was exciting to finally get our Wednesday First Aid enrichment back up and running. Our Year 12s will be learning an array of basic first aid skills including CPR over this half term.
Year 13 students attended The National STAND UP Schools’ Human Rights Conference 2021 “FREE & EQUAL?” The students explored racial inequality within society: unboxing racial bias, challenging inequality and celebrating identity and inclusivity.