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
On Friday 29th March, a group of Year 10 Computer Science students visited the STEM fair at Thorpe Park, which was hosted in partnership with Middlesex University. The event introduced students to the exciting world of STEM as well as career paths to those that have
The 20th of March saw four very talented and enthusiastic Year 10 Mathematicians – Tori White, Joe Daly, Geoffrey Edley and Roisin Hegarty – attend the ‘Maths Feast’ event run by the AMSP at The Blandford School. There were over ten teams in attendance. Students engaged
On Friday 01 March 2019 all of our Year 10 students were given the opportunity to participate in mock interview, in preparation for their work experience placement in July. The volunteer interviewers came from a wide range of local businesses which gave our students the best
Year 10 & 11 Art students have begun work on a community outreach art project with Miss Hayward and Mr Lynn, to provide a ‘Memory Wall’ mural to be installed at Anglebury Court residential home. This allows residents, families and staff to reconnect with their memories
Each year over 6 million students from over 50 countries take part in competitions organised by the UK Mathematics Trust (UKMT). The papers are designed to promote and stimulate interest in mathematics within and beyond the classroom; an example of the questions can be seen below.
Here are a few photos of 10yHPS completing their community challenge, where they hand wrapped messages and sweets to be delivered across the school for Valentine’s day! They had over 50 orders and made £30 for the Charity MIND.
The year 10/11 rugby team made the perfect start to their season with a highly dominant win against local ‘rivals’ Lytchett School. Right from the off, Purbeck were significantly more physical and highly skills, dominating possession and territory even when ringing the changes with 23 boys