IAPS Swimming Regionals

Well done to our swimmers who competed brilliantly in the IAPS Swimming Regionals at Millfield Senior School last week. We’re looking forward to finding out whether we’re through to the Nationals later this term!

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29th January 2018

Exploring incidental art

Our Year 8 scholars have been documenting the goings on in the art department for an assembly. This was a broken sculpture they came across, which has been used to show how incidental things can become art. They plan to add some recycled wire to it, inspired by photographer Tim Walker.

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29th January 2018

Whodunnit?

The Science classroom was transformed into a crime scene last week, with pupils investigating the fictional case of a teacher ‘graffitiing the lab’. The evidence? Photos of the teachers using different pens, fingerprint recovery and chromatography to analyse the pen ink. Great idea, Mr Andrews and Miss Aggett! (And Mr Silk, you are under arrest…).

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29th January 2018

Fun in Forest School

If you go down to the woods today… Years 1 and 2 have been making woodland creatures from clay, complete with shelters to protect them from the weather. On Friday, they will find out how effective their shelters were and if their creatures survived the week. Thanks, as ever, to our incredible Forest School leader […]

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22nd January 2018

Restocking the River Axe

The Perrott Hill Science department is proudly taking part in a project to help restock the River Axe with salmon. Supported by The Axe Rivers Catchment Associaton (TARCA), formerly Axe Vale Rivers Association (AVRA), we have recently installed a tank and cooler in the Science foyer so that pupils can monitor the hatching and growing […]

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22nd January 2018

The Poetry Slam

Years 3 – 8 have had a brilliant day immersed in the art of performance poetry, thanks to Mr Carmichael and Miss Williamson from The Poetry Slam. The winning teams will be performing in assembly later this week!

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17th January 2018

Bryanston lecture for Years 3-8

Special thanks to Bryanston School biologist Drew Paterson for his excellent lecture on re-wilding for Years 3-8 yesterday. Mr Paterson’s hopes for re-introducing wolves to the Highlands of Scotland after a 375 year absence particularly caught the imagination, as did his discussion on how their re-introduction into Yellowstone Park has increased the numbers of birds, […]

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12th January 2018