Year 7 Design Awards

Our Year 7 mathematicians were keen to showcase their rotational and reflective symmetry designs. They created unique ideas for duvets, curtains and rugs in the anticipation that the design team at Ikea (Southampton) may select their design to manufacture and sell.   The response
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Lulworth Cove and Durdle Door trip

Year 8 students made an exciting trip to Lulworth Cove and Durdle Door to experience some amazing landforms for a geography assessment and homework (an out of school project to recreate a landform). On Monday 15 June 8T, 8S and 8P enjoyed seeing some brave extreme sport divers climbin
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Celebrating the Women’s World Cup

To celebrate the Women’s 2015 Football World Cup and National Sports Week, the Year 9 and 10 girls took part in a Tri-series Competition. The Blue team finished winners, The Red team came second whilst the White team finished third. The results also contributed to the Sports Day
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Introducing our New Head Boy and Head Girl

During May interviews took place to find a new Head Boy and Head Girl to represent the school. We wish Sanal Stephen Mulackal and  Sofia Di Adamo the best of luck for the year ahead!   Upcoming Head Boy – Sanal Stephen Mulackal Why did you become head boy and what was the intervi
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Sports Leadership celebrate at the House of Lords

St Peter’s was shortlisted for Sports Leaders UK’s Leadership Academy of the Year Award (Secondary category), Mrs Kilkenny-Browne and Mr Patrick Lucas were invited to the annual ceremony – Give more. Become More – at the House of Lords, on Thursday 11 June, where St Peter’s were award
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Year 8 Able Linguists

On Tuesday 9 June, ten Year 8 students embarked on a trip to Southampton University to develop their understanding of languages and cultures. For the first part of the day the pupils designed a poster for wearable technology, entirely in French. There were two winners – Lauren South’s
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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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