This will allow you to apply for membership, book training courses and events online and purchase products and credit reports. Are you not sure what your next move in your career might be, or are you struggling to get back into the world of work? Anyone over the age of 19 (or 18 if you’re also a Jobcentre Plus customer) can meet with a National Careers Service adviser. Whether you’ve got no qualifications and have never worked, or you’re highly qualified and experienced, our advisers will adapt the service to meet your needs. You can take stock and review where your career is going, or get help to find out how best to present your skills and experience to an employer. You can access our website at anytime to create a CV using our simple CV Builder or search through our job profiles for anything you need to know about specific jobs. While on the website, you can try out our Skills Health Check Tools which can help you identify what your skills, interests, motivations and personal style are, and what they might mean to your career, and you can still see a National Careers Service adviser to go through the results. Just save all of your career information, Skills Health Check Tools results and newly created CV by opening a Lifelong Learning Account, then give us a call to book an appointment.
The London Community Rehabilitation Company works with offenders to help them lead responsible and law abiding lives.
Our Employment and Skills team is responsible for the provision of employment and skills information and advice. The team is also responsible for OCN accreditation within Community Payback, Approved Premises and Programmes. The National Careers Service within Community Payback units is an employment and skills information and advice service. This nationally available service enables individuals to obtain the latest career advice empowering them to make informed choices about how to improve their skills and chances at gaining employment. For further information pick up a leaflet at your local office or contact your Case Manager. Matrix Accreditation enables London Community Rehabilitation Company to continue delivery of the very successful National Careers Service in Community Payback, as a sub-contracted provider to Prospects Careers Services. Registered address: The Sherard Building, Edmund Halley Road, Oxford, Oxfordshire, England.
Reminder to all Years Please do not bring in any nuts or any food that contains nuts into school, as we have some students with severe nut allergies. The House Championship (awarded on Sports Day) will be given to the House with the highest average House Points per student. The 2016 Youth Sport Games was held at the Leaf Academy and Purbeck had the privilege of opening the ceremony with our two young ambassadors Jayde Grantham and Megan Nelson.
This week Year Nine have managed to collectively read for an incredible twenty four thousand two hundred and eighty eight minutes – just over 404 hours of reading for pleasure and an improvement of around 7000 minutes on the first week of the challenge!
This year The Purbeck School was one of a number of Dorset schools who took part in the Soroptimist Challenge.


This is a reminder that our next Parent Council meeting is next Monday, 21st March, at the usual time of 5 – 6.30. On the 26th February a groups of year 10 and 11 triple scientists went on a trip to London to hear some eminent scientists talk.
Lauren Pryor the school liaison officer from Cambridge University paid a visit to The Purbeck School to visit Year 11 students interested in applying to Cambridge. After another invite to the prestigious annual Millfield 10-a-side rugby tournament, the Purbeck boys travelled to mid Somerset to compete against some of the best rugby playing private schools in the South of England. The Purbeck School were lucky enough to have an author visiting the school on Thursday 3rd March to help us celebrate World Book Day.
This week Year Nine have managed to collectively read for an incredible twenty one thousand three hundred and fifty one minutes – just over 355 hours of reading for pleasure and an improvement of around 4000 minutes on the total last week!
On 5th March, Year 12 student Sam Brown represented Dorset in the National schools Cross country championships in Wollaton Park, Nottingham. The tour commenced in the early hours of Saturday morning where pupils turned up at school, on time dressed in their tour kit, looking incredibly smart and raring to go. On Friday 12th February, I went to Southampton University for a Maritime and Engineering event. White House Guardianships require host families to accomodate international state school children during term time and short holidays, or international private school pupils for weekends and half term holidays. The Purbeck School has again proved to be very popular, as parents seek the best educational place for their children, and we are expecting to be full in Year 7 this September. On the 17th March, the Safer Schools team are planning to deliver the workshop ‘A Night to Remember’ to Year 11. Yesterday the year 8 football team took on Poole High School in what can only be described as extremely challenging conditions. An ever improving year 11 Basketball team travelled to St Edwards on Wednesday to hopefully secure their first win of the season after starting with two narrow losses to Poole Grammar and Ferndown.
This week Year Nine have managed to collectively read for an incredible seventeen thousand four hundred and fifty eight minutes.
The students have played their first performance to students from the Primary Schools and look forward to welcoming you to the evening performances on Thursday 3rd and Friday 4th March at 7:30pm. Last Wednesday, 6 of the year 13 Geologists (Tilly Ferguson, Natasha Crome, Matt Brown, Jade Shakespeare, Katie Young and Gideon Troy) travelled down to Plymouth University for the SW regional final of the National Schools Geology Competition.
On Wednesday 24th February, the under 13 girls stormed to a 5-2 win, to get the through to the Dorset School Games Final, which will take place at Redlands, Weymouth at the end of March. On Tuesday 23rd February, the year 7 football team cruised through to the semi-final of the PEDDSA Cup by convincingly beating Poole Grammar 8-2.
We have been blown away, not only by Storm Imogen, but by the fantastic home learning projects which have been handed in last week by years 7, 8 and 9. On Wednesday 10th February 2016, with the help of Zoe (a native Chinese student from Harrow House) and Alex (our language assistant) we hosted a fantastic celebratory ‘Chinese New Year morning’ (Year of the Monkey) for 16 Year 5 students, coming from our feeder primary schools and what a busy morning it was!


Year 9 students recently took part an event designed and delivered by Smallpeice Engineering in partnership with the National Grid. A first for some of our Year 9 maths students who hosted a Marvellous Maths session for some of our Partnership Primary Schools’ Year 5 and 6 students. Their speech was eloquent and inspiring and their conduct and confidence showed everyone in the room what role models they truly are. The international association of Soroptimist clubs was set up in 1921 for professional and business women with the aim of advancing women and girls’ potential. The ‘Journey to Rwanda’ team have organised for Travelling Trends, a professional company, to visit our school on the evening of Thursday 28th April to present a catwalk stage show of the latest contemporary fashions.
Danny is shocked when his summer sweetheart Sandy joins Rydell High and begins an emotional journey through her senior year. Students heard all about the admissions process for Cambridge University, university life, clubs, societies and accommodation.
Year 13 student Jade Shakespeare has been playing rugby for the last 3 years having started out at Oakmeadians in Bournemouth, her love and talent for the game has led to her being the Captain for both Under 18s Oaks and Dorset and Wiltshire County.
Running against competitors a year older than him in many cases Sam came a very creditable 77th out of 310 runners. It was jam-packed with museums and tours which all related to our history course on Germany, and who can forget the most walking we’ve ever done in our lives? The event was at Highfield campus, the main campus at Southampton University, specialising in sciences, engineering, and other subjects set in the heart of the university. The programme highlights to students the safeguarding issues related to alcohol misuse within our town’s pubs and clubs.
Purbeck started very lacklustre and were put under immense pressure concede three baskets putting them 6-0 behind.
The students acquitted themselves admirably against both Torquay Grammar Schools and Wells Cathedral School. Students were tasked with building an aesthetically pleasing wind turbine that would be agreeable to local residents.  They were told that the residents were worried that the wind turbine would be an eyesore. A large thank you to all the parents who have supported this achievement by signing reading logs every day. Any student who gets nominated more than once will be invited for tea and cakes with the Headteacher.



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