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Retina in residence

Barton Peveril’s Youth Dance Company had a unique opportunity to work with Belgium-based dance company, Retina, and perform to a packed auditorium at The Point, Eastleigh. Renowned for its physically vibrant and ambitious contemporary work under the artistic direction of Filip Van Huffel, Retina has firmly established itself as a company that enables other dancers – both…

Bird film takes off

A passion for film and an eye for detail led to Barton Peveril students Josh White and Lucy Watkins winning the Best Cinematography award at the Wessex Colleges Filmmaking Challenge. The duo’s two minute comedy, The Dead Bird, was one of three Barton Peveril entries in this year’s event.  Each team was given a mandatory…

Return to Kenya

The chance to make a difference at educational support and community projects in the poverty-stricken region of Nakuru, southwest Kenya, saw 25 students and staff head for Africa. The trip has been running successfully for three consecutive years, with new students working throughout the year to raise funds for future visits and those who have…

Law in order

Law lecturer, Ann Radford, has made her first foray into publishing after co-writing a revision guide. Ann is an assistant principal examiner for AS Law and also tests questions and scrutinises future papers set for the A2 course by examining body OCR. More than 6000 students who sit the OCR AS level exam every year…