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Barton Peveril’s Oxbridge Interviewees

Lewis Croney

Second Year University of Cambridge Mathematics student and Barton Peveril Sixth Form College alumnus Lewis Croney returned to College last week, assisting this year’s interview candidates for the Universities of Oxford and Cambridge. Lewis met with six of the 36 Barton Peveril students, those who have received interviews to study Mathematics or Computer Science based…

Recognition for Barton’s sports stars

Steph and Toula Team of the Year winners

Eastleigh Sports Awards 2017 The achievements of Barton Peveril staff and students have been highlighted in the 2017 Eastleigh Sports Awards. The event at the Hilton hotel near the Ageas Bowl celebrated both individual sporting excellence and the hard work of those who work behind the scenes with local talented sportspeople and promote healthy lifestyles…

Barton Alumni features on Channel 4 documentary with Professor Green

Former Barton Peveril student Lewis Croney will feature on a Channel 4 documentary, Working Class White Men, tonight at 10pm. Award-winning rapper Professor Green is behind the documentary, which focuses on working class white males and their struggles to succeed despite their deprived backgrounds. The documentary follows six young men over a six month period,…

Focusing on success in photography. Matt wins a top award

Former Barton student Matt Roseveare is celebrating winning a top prize in this year’s British Wildlife Photography Awards. He came first in the 12-18 year category for his stunning evening picture of an owl at Farlington Marshes after judges decided it was the most striking and memorable of all the entries from the young photographers….

Comedy star returns to college

  His career spans BBC Radio 1, Capital FM and planning a national tour, but comedian Tom Deacon returned to his roots at his former sixth form for one day to inspire the next generation. Our A Level and Vocational students packed out the college lecture theatre to receive an inspiring talk from the comedian…

Former Barton Peveril student shortlisted for Pride of Britain Award

A former Barton Peveril student has been shortlisted for a Daily Mirror Pride of Britain Award. 25-year-old Nathaniel Hawley from Eastleigh has been shortlisted for The Prince’s Trust Young Achiever Award which celebrates the achievements of truly remarkable people who make our world a better place. Screened on ITV in November, it is the biggest awards…

RIBA rewards former student

A former Barton Peveril student has received a prize for excellence from the Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA). Andrew Chard (21) was one of the winners of the Leslie Jones Memorial Prize awarded to Oxford Brookes School of Architecture BA undergraduates for the most progress in built construction by the Oxfordshire branch of RIBA….

Class of ’75 reunion

It’s 40 years since this photograph was taken and plans are afoot for an autumn reunion! To find out more visit www.facebook.com/BartonPeverilClassof75,  contact Jane and Jenny on bpclassof75@yahoo.co.uk or join the Facebook group Barton Peveril Class of 75. Spread the word!

Poldark prestige for former student

The BBC’s eagerly awaited remake of the 18th century Cornish saga Poldark brings the talents of Hampshire-born actress Crystal Leaity to the nation’s prime time television screens. The former Barton Peveril and Mountbatten School drama student will appear in the second episode of the series as Margaret, a young woman Ross Poldark (Aiden Turner) turns…