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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Many thanks to Waitrose

Thank you very much to Waitrose in Christchurch for featuring the Sixth Form trip to South Africa as one of their charities for January 2015. We received £270 as a result and the money will benefit Shea O’Connor Combined School directly – St Peter’s students will now
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Guernsey’s International Poetry Competition winner

Congratulations to Year 11 student, Leila Dickinson, who has just won first place in the young people’s category in Guernsey’s International Poetry Competition 2014. Leila’s poem was among 33 poems chosen by Sir Andrew Motion – poet, novelist, biographer and Poet Laureate of the Unite
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Health and Social Care Year 13 destinations

The value of studying Health and Social Care as preparation for primary teaching nursing, midwifery and even physiotherapy has been positively tested again this year.   Our four would be primary teachers, Leah Sandoe, Marianna Weston, Charlotte Legg and Imogen Omosevwerha have at
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A new link with the Riseborough Care Home

Six Year 12 Health and Social Care students have committed to regular Friday afternoon visits to the Riseborough Care Home in Bournemouth.   Tracey Shipley, the entertainments organiser at the home is keen to establish links with the school and we have already benefitted from her
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U15’s defend their County Cup 7-a-side rugby title

On Thursday 19 March the U15 boys embarked on the journey to defend their county cup 7-a-side rugby title at Chapel Gate Sports Club, the home of Bournemouth rugby. Fifteen teams from around the county met to lock horns in what is one of sport’s most exhilarating and action pack
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Bravo!

Twelve of our Sixth Form students who took part in a course at Christchurch Amateur Radio Society, have all passed their foundation licence examination, and are now licensed to operate an Amateur Radio Station.   Most of the training was practical, with a small amount of radio an
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