12 Year 12 Business students completed an Insight Day at Bournemouth University on Wednesday 26th February. Students were given a brief and within 2 hours had to prepare a pitch for a new product and a launch event for BU Sport. Students worked collaboratively on their
Autumn progress reports for year 12 students have now been published on SIMS Parent and SIMS Student.. SIMS Parent allows you to access your child’s data from a smartphone, tablet or PC – anytime, anywhere. It is really easy to set up and convenient to use.
Dear Parent/Guardian, During January 2020, the school will be launching its Summer 2021 Expedition to Uganda. This will be a four week trip to Uganda, East Africa, that I will be organising as lead teacher with the provider ‘Camps International’. It will take place during the
Fifteen Year 12 History students attended an Enrichment Day, visiting Neolithic sites in Wiltshire. After a classroom briefing on British Prehistory by Mr Rainsley, they travelled to the Stonehenge and Avebury World Heritage Site. They marched many kilometres around the Wiltshire countryside, exploring and studying sites
On Wednesday 12th June, students in Y10 and Y12 were visited by former Purbeck School student Sam Handy, Vice Chair of Design at Adidas in Germany. Students heard about his career progression from Purbeck School student to being headhunted by Adidas to lead a design team.
On Wednesday 8th May we were delighted to welcome Major General Cowan to talk to our year 12 and 13 students about his life, opportunities and situations in which he has demonstrated leadership. His talk was both fascinating and inspiring to our students. He also talked
Autumn reports for Year 12 and 13 students will be published on Moodle and the SIMS Parent app on Thursday 24th January. Paper copies will also be available for collection at the parents evening. SIMS Parent will soon replace Moodle. The new system allows you to
On 7th December Year 12 & 13 Sociology students attended a ‘True Life Conference.’ This was a chance for students to develop their understanding of crime and deviance for their A-Level paper through engagement with reformed criminals. Students were able to hear first-hand about the factors