The year 10 boys followed in the triumphant footsteps of the year 8 boys in successfully retaining the cup for the 4th year in a row. By all means this was not an easy feat this year, with the level of competition from Corfe Hills and
Dylan first discovered handball at Dorset School Games whilst playing for The Purbeck School’s U15 squad back in April 2017; in this he impressed some county coaches and was given Dorset handball trials along with some of his fellow teammates. After playing for Dorset handball for
Last week all students and staff from across the school were given the opportunity to play touch rugby in support of Mr Biddle’s London Marathon appeal for Wooden Spoon; the children’s charity of rugby. From match fees and other donations £164.40 was raised for Wooden Spoon.
Dear Parent/Carer, Next week the PE Department will be running charity touch rugby tournaments on Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday, at lunchtime on the astro. The main details are on the slide above and I will be explaining this during assemblies this week. The main purpose is
This team of girls have worked really hard over the last few weeks since their exciting qualifier. The team consists of both year 7 and year 8 girls who have only recently started playing handball. The first match against Wey Walley was a great start, they
Purbeck’s year 8 boys continued their unbeaten run to 8 games successfully winning the Dorset School Games without losing a game! Purbeck started brightly against a very big Wey Valley side who were tactically outwitted with a strong zone defence and swish counter attack convincingly winning
October and November have been particularly busy this year with a number of activities including multi skills events, outdoor and adventurous days and sporting competitions. The beginning of October saw the partnerships younger pupils get a chance to take part in a multi sports festival. This