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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Maths Challenge

Recently, 30 pupils from Years 9, 10 and 11 took part in the Intermediate Maths Challenge. The Maths Challenge is organised by the United Kingdom Mathematics Trust (UKMT) and is taken by the top mathematicians from every school from all over the country. The challenge involves answeri
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Winners of Rock Challenge Bournemouth

Congratulations to forty-five of our talented St Peter’s students, covering all year groups from Year 7 through to Year 13, for winning the ‘Be Your Best’ Rock Challenge at Bournemouth Pavilion. This was St Peter’s 15th year of entering the competition, 14 of those led by Ms Malcher.
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CAFOD training – making a difference

Six of our Year 13 students recently returned to Farnborough Hill School to take part in their third CAFOD training session. CAFOD have said that, “The aim of our programme is for young people to gain transferable leadership skills whilst learning about and being inspired by CAFOD”. O
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Year 9 Geography trip to Weymouth

Monday 9th through to Wednesday 11th of February, Year 9 geography classes were driven by coach to Weymouth in order to learn about the importance and effects of tourism on the local area; the trip included a visit to Portland and Chesil beach – one of three major shingle structures i
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Year 11 History trip to Germany

During half term Year 11 History took a trip to Germany.   The trip was both educational and a fantastic, enjoyable and fun experience. Our tour guide was helpful, enthusiastic and we thoroughly enjoyed his company. The teachers on the trip helped answer questions we had but they
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Philosophical walk through history

On Monday 9 February, eight Year 12 students went to Lytchett Minster School for a Philosophy and Ethics Student Conference, to broaden their knowledge and recap topics in readiness for their summer exam. The day started with a ‘Philosophical Walk through History’ covering topics such
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