The Merchant of Venice trip

In May, a handful of sixth form students along with Year 11 students had the pleasure of visiting The Globe Theatre in London with the English Department. The trip involved going to watch a performance of “The Merchant of Venice” by William Shakespeare. The experience of being a “grou
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Year 10 Citizenship trip to Parliament

The day before the General Election, Year 10 Citizenship students went on a school trip to the Houses of Parliament at the Palace of Westminster, which also included a quick visit to Downing Street. The outing was partly funded by the government as they are keen on students learning h
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8R’s Retreat Filled with Fun!

On a sunny Thursday 7 May, 8R arrived at the large Southbourne site to take part in some exercise to understand about vocation. The early, busy school buses and cars arrived with excited students full of energy, while some quick walkers appeared feeling ready for the day.   To be
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Junior Maths Challenge

On the 30th April 2015, the Junior Maths Challenge took place. The Year 8 students who took part were: Kieran Davies, Jodie Price, Ben Mills, Shan Joseph, Zofia Grzejda, Samir Bouarab, Natasha Patino, Thomas Khoo, William Kinlock and Miah Herford. The Year 7’s were: Abby Uffinde
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Trip to J.P. Morgan

In recent weeks, a handful of Year 11 and Sixth Form students went on a school trip to the J.P. Morgan Chase Bank to get a feel of how one of the world’s leading multinational financial institutions is run and what it would be like to work there.   When the students arrived, they
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Mocking the Exit Polls

On 6 May, a mock election was held at St Peter’s Upper School as part of the course for AS Level Politics students. It was the three main Parties that were up for the vote: Labour, Conservative and Liberal Democrats. Many students turned up to cast their vote, plenty of whom were not
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Catholic School Football Festival

On Tuesday 21 April seven schools arrived with 14 mixed football teams. The tournament was officiated by Level 1 Sports Leaders. It was a great success and the weather was kind to everyone. The Year 4 event was won by Corpus Christi followed closely St Walburga’s in second position. C
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Sports Leadership Academy Status

St Peter’s School has been awarded Leadership Academy status in recognition of its contribution to the development of Sport Leadership throughout the wider community for the past 20 years led by Mrs Kilkenny-Browne. St Peter’s has developed a range of creative ideas which
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Ex-pupil opens doors to music industry!

Lauren Bannon, an ex–pupil of St Peter’s, is making a name for herself. She currently lives in Weymouth and performs for weddings, anniversaries, corporate events, festivals, bars, clubs, restaurants, and care homes. She has most notably performed in Sir Andrew Lloyd Webber’s BBC comp
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Revising in Rivers

On Wednesday 25 March, as part of their Geography 2 exam, A Level Geography students took a trip to the Wallington River in Hampshire. Students collected data on factors such as bed load size, wetted perimeter and the river’s cross section. Team work was the order of the day to ensure
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