Need to talk? New ChatHealth initiative introduced

Children and young people aged 11-19 across the county can now seek confidential advice and support on a range of health and wellbeing issues affecting them at the touch of a button.   It is all thanks to a new text messaging service called ChatHealth, which has been launched by
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Interview with an imam

On Tuesday 7 November Year 10 GCSE Citizenship class interviewed John Abdul Halim who is a community relations officer at Bournemouth Islamic Centre and Central Mosque. The interview was to improve our understanding about interfaith. It was an eye-opening interview that developed our
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A change for the better

Since September our Citizenship group has covered many different topics and tasks. One of our topics we covered was about interfaith including religious tolerance, communities and identities. Whilst learning about the different faiths and cultures we realised that interfaith was takin
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Alumni

We have received news from the following former St Peter’s students – we would like to  send congratulations and best wishes to each and every one of them.   Emily Talbot studied BSc (Hons) Mathematics at University of Reading. Emily achieved a First Class degree and is cur
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Art & Photography visit St Ives

On 13 October, 20 Art and Photography students headed off for a residential weekend in St Ives, Cornwall. It was an action-packed weekend covering a wide range of gallery visits and practical activities. On arrival, first stop was St Michael’s Mount, a chance to get some fresh air and
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County champion, next the Nationals…

Huge congratulations must go to Alan Szczasiuk from Year 9 who was selected to go to Sheffield in October to represent Dorset in the England National County Swimming Team Competition.   Alan won BOTH of his individual competitions – 100m breaststroke and 100m freestyle and was a
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Br James Kimpton – 23rd May 1925-5th October 2017

It is with great sadness that I write to tell you that Brother James (Brother Lionel) died peacefully at his home in Sirumalar Children’s Village at Reaching the Unreached at 8.30 pm local time yesterday after a short illness. He had recently contracted a kidney infection and was admi
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World’s biggest coffee morning

On Friday 29 September St Peter’s took part in the ‘world’s biggest coffee morning’ in memory of Mrs Wallace, who worked at St Peter’s as a teacher of Mathematics and key stage 3 Coordinator. Students organised a cake stall at break and lunchtime, raising a massive £426.42 and staff o
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Careers Fair 2017

The biggest event on the Careers calendar is always the Careers Fair. As predicted, this year’s event was bigger than last, offering an even broader range of career paths for students to explore. Disappointingly, sixteen exhibitors cancelled at short notice. However, due to inviting a
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Expedition to Kenya

During the summer holidays a group of students and Miss McMullan our Maths teacher travelled to Kenya to undertake some conservation work. Our main project was working on a library in a Muslim school where the children have nothing and yet they aim for everything. I found them wiser t
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