Barton Peveril News

Barton Peveril shortlisted for National Diversity Award

Equality, Diversity and Inclusion Barton Peveril’s Equality, Diversity and Inclusion (E,D&I) Group have been shortlisted for an award in the National Diversity Awards 2018. The Group is one of only 8 shortlisted people and organisations, among 24,584 nominations and votes. Barton Peveril’s E,D&I Group have been shortlisted for the Community and Organisation Award: Multi-Strand, after…

Barton Peveril’s Teaching Award Nominees

Pearson Teaching Awards Two Barton Peveril members of staff have been nominated for Pearson Teaching Awards. Julie Ryman was nominated for Teaching Assistant of the Year Award and Laura Stephens was nominated for Excellence in Special Needs Education. Director of Learning Support Julie Stickland nominated both Laura and Julie in March, with the winners of…

Barton Peveril’s Cambridge Chemistry Champions

Student Success Barton Peveril’s Chemistry students have competed in the national Cambridge Chemistry Challenge, run by the University of Cambridge, earning a number of awards for their impressive results. 7964 students from around the United Kingdom entered the Challenge overall. The challenge required students to sit a rigorous 90 minute exam with a range of…

Barton Peveril’s Blast from the Past

Immersive Theatre Barton Peveril’s Performing Arts students recently put on a successful Immersive Theatre production for a packed audience. The production transported guests back in time, as they met characters from the 1950s and watched the Barton High Talent Show of 1958. The students remained in character and improvised as they interacted with visitors, which…

Barton Peveril’s Sixes Tournaments

Football in the Community Barton Peveril hosted their third annual six-aside football tournaments for local schools’ Year 9 and Year 10 pupils on Wednesday 20th June and Wednesday 27th June respectively. A range of local schools competed in both tournaments, playing in a range of 14 minute games that lead from knockout rounds through to…

Barton Student Finds His Place in History

UK-German Connection First year Barton Peveril student Oakley Chamberlain attended a four day intercultural seminar in Berlin last weekend, between 1st and 3rd June, which was fully funded by the UK-German Connection. 25 English and 25 German students were chosen to take part, from the many who applied. The event, called Finding Our Place in…