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The power of the insulin pump helps Amy study and travel

Barton Peveril student Amy Winchcombe has addressed delegates at the Diabetes Professional Care Conference in Olympia about how she successfully lives with the condition. She told the audience of health care professionals how her life has been improved through using an insulin pump to deliver the lifesaving drug instead of injecting it four times a…

Barton students ASPIRE to the heights

On just one day in November, A level students had the difficult choice of learning more about the Dutch painter Vermeer, French subtitled movies or biodiversity in Southampton at lunchtime workshops. The weekly talks are offered through Barton Peveril’s ASPIRE programme (formerly known as Gifted and Talented) to stretch students’ minds and encourage them to explore…

A choral concert for Christmas

Hampshire students filled Romsey Abbey with Christmas Carols at their annual Choral Concert this week. Students from Barton Peveril, The Romsey School and Wyvern College have been rehearsing for months to put on a spectacular performance from their choirs. The performances included Karl Jenkins’ Joy to the World, Vaughan Williams’ Fantasia on Christmas Carols and Benjamin…

10 tips to get the most out of Open Evening

September means a new start, back to school, and if you are in Year 10 and 11, time to start thinking about college. Attending an open evening is a great way to explore one option for when you finish studying your GCSEs. College open evenings take place in the autumn term, and are a great…

Introductory Days 2017

If you have applied and accepted a place to study at Barton Peveril from September 2017, you will have been invited to attend one of our Introductory Days on Monday 3 July and Tuesday 4 July from 8:45am-4:00pm. Introductory Day gives you the opportunity to learn more about our college and the subjects you have…

£5M green Science Centre opened at college by climate change professor

A £5M state-of-the-art Science Centre was officially opened today at Barton Peveril Sixth Form College in Eastleigh by a national Professor for Climate Change. The new environmentally friendly three storey structure features nine state-of-the-art laboratories and preparation rooms for biology, chemistry, physics and engineering together with classroom space, a café and large areas for private…

Heart and Soul

Barton Peveril soul band ended the college year on a high note after being invited to perform at the prestigious Music for Youth National Festival in Birmingham. The annual five day event brought together 8000 inspiring young musicians from schools and colleges throughout the UK.  Barton Soul followed in the footsteps of the college choir…

Les Miserables – here at last!

A sell-out production of the world’s best-loved musical sees 73 students from Barton Peveril and local schools storming the barricades at Theatre Royal, Winchester from 25 – 27 June. Les Misérables needs little introduction and the school edition of the show packs a punch every bit as powerful as the original, remaining faithful to its…

For England and St George

Five Citizenship students took part in a festival celebrating St George’s Day as part of a project exploring the diverse communities that shape our identity. ‘It’s Our England’ asked groups of students from Barton Peveril and other local colleges to think about the importance of national identity together with past, present and future ideas of…