St Peter’s Sixth Form – Learning in Lockdown

James Wilder, Head of Sixth Form, has been overwhelmed by the tenacity and resilience shown by students and staff alike during this latest national lockdown. “When we were forced to remain closed after the Christmas break, students would have been forgiven for displaying a somewhat ne
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One week left to Apply

The closing date for applications to join our Sixth Form, this September, is next Friday 22 January. Our incredible Teachers and Support Team are excited to welcome you on your post-16 journey to become the best that you can be.  
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The calm after the storm

We were both delighted and relieved for our students when the government announced that the centre assessed grades would be used in place of the algorithm that caused so much anxiety and confusion for A Level students across the country last week, it feels like the calm AFTER the stor
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A Level Results 2020

In a year like no other, the vast majority of our students are delighted with the results they have been awarded as they are a true reflection of the effort they have consistently applied to their studies combined with the expert teaching they have received from their skilled and dedi
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It’s “thumbs up” for the Happy Bean Co.!

Congratulations to our Year 12 Young Enterprise team – The Happy Bean Co. – Against tough opposition from other schools across Dorset, the team triumphed at the Young Enterprise Dorset County final. The professionalism of the team was highly praised by the judges in the online event.
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Past pupil walks lengths of his garden for RTU

John Duffy, past pupil, was taught by Brother James Kimpton (also known as Brother Lionel), founder of Reaching the Unreached (RTU), when he was a teacher at St Peter’s School in Bournemouth and have been raising money along with many past and current students since he went out
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Spring Concert 2020

The Spring Concert 2020 is a showcase of musical talent coming across all years of St Peter’s. Various types of music will be played across the entire event, so there will be something for everybody’s taste.    
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History Lecture Series – March 2020

The History department is currently running its fifth Historical lecture series in the school’s Brother Bernard Building. This latest series, Moments in Time, runs every Wednesday in March in the B Block hall, St Peter’s School, St Catherine’s Road, BH6 4AH. Ideal for A Level students
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St Peter’s new permanent Headteacher – Mr Ben Doyle

On behalf of St Peter’s Governing Body, I am delighted to inform you that following a very successful 6 months as our interim Headteacher and a very rigorous recruitment process, the Governing Body yesterday unanimously appointed Mr Ben Doyle as our permanent Headteacher of St Peter’s
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Sweeney Todd The Demon Barber of Fleet Street – opening night review

Sweeney Todd  is a complex, technically and vocally challenging show, requiring skilled and at times intense acting, with very diverse characters. The cast of pupils from St Peter’s school not only rise to the challenge, but exceed expectations. From the moment the company appea
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