Shore Ideas Success Slow, Steady and Stressful

Last year as part of our Sixth Form Enrichment Scheme, collaborating with Shore Ideas, five of our students successfully attended a ‘Dragons Den’ style business pitch, presenting their ‘pop shake make!’ idea to five ‘Lions’.   ‘pop shake make!’ is a drinking cup that has a multi-
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STEM Challenge

Congratulations to two groups of Year 8 students who participated in the STEM Challenge over the course of three months. All were awarded Bronze certificates from the Crest Awards, which is internationally recognised. They attended the awards evening last night where they also met wit
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Philosophy and Ethics Gifted and Talented Student Conference

In February ten Year 10 students attended the annual Philosophy and Ethics Gifted and Talented Student Conference at Oxford. The conference was conducted by Julie Arliss from Academy Conferences supported by Dr Mark Lewney and Professor Tom Greggs covering such topics as: Moving Statu
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Comic Relief Concert

During lunchtime on Red Nose Day a student concert took place raising £107.86 for Comic Relief. The turnout and atmosphere in the theatre were amazing, leaving very few seats left unoccupied.   The first of the three performances saw Gabriel Bush and Emanuele Savoca perform ̵
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Mufti helps Reaching the Unreached

Our students took part in a mufti day in February, to help raise vital funds for Brother Lionel and Reaching the Unreached, in South India. The mufti day raised £950, making the total raised so far this term an amazing £1,833. Tutor group 7CWC are out in the lead having raised £74.47.
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Update on the new school build

As you are probably aware St Peter’s is embarking on a significant building programme. The aim is to build sufficient classroom space at the Upper School, in Southbourne, to allow Years 7 and 8 to be relocated from their current Iford site. The Lower School at Iford will then become s
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A level music recital

AS and A2 students amazed guests and fellow students in their musical recital organised by Mrs Phillips and Miss Burgess. Performances included a wide range of genres including: jazz piano, contemporary pop, a variety of flute genres, Latin jazz guitar and clarinet concerto. Students
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Drama Trip to Salisbury Playhouse

Last week, all Year 10 GCSE drama students went on a school trip to see the play ‘All My Sons’ by Arthur Miller at the Salisbury Playhouse. The play was directed by Michael Buffong and performed by the Talawa Theatre company, the UK’s primary Black-led theatre Company. The purpose of
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School uniform and books hit the ground in South Africa

Our most recent donation of sports clothing, school uniform and books hit the ground in South Africa recently and staff and students are now making the most of them. Whilst school uniform and sports clothing is always in demand, the 1,500 books will go towards building a new school li
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World Book Day Quiz

World Book Day Quiz A quiz was held at lunchtime on both sites to celebrate World Book Day. Both events were very well supported with much enthusiasm and enjoyed by all! At Iford there were 12 teams with 40 students being challenged on their knowledge of books! Joint Winners for Year
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