Barton Peveril News

Students praised for outstanding Extended Projects

  Students have been recognised for producing excellent work in their Extended Project Qualification (EPQ) alongside their A levels. The production of these 5,000 word dissertations, reports, artefacts or performances requires young people to work independently and develop research skills which will prove valuable at university and in the workplace. A good mark for an…

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…

Barton student wins a national campaigning role

Isabelle Millen has been chosen to represent Girlguiding at the highest level by becoming an Advocate for the movement. She is one of 18 in the UK who speak for the organisation to policymakers, the media and the wider community. Eighty young women applied for nine places as Advocates this year and 20 shortlisted individuals…

Barton Peveril sixth former becomes the Lord-Lieutenant’s Sea Cadet

Barton Peveril student Matt Evans has been chosen as the Lord-Lieutenant for Hampshire’s Sea Cadet for 2017-18. The 17 year old will escort and support Lord-Lieutenant Nigel Atkinson on various duties throughout the year, starting with Remembrance Day commemorations. The Lord-Lieutenant is the Queen’s personal representative in the county, escorts members of the Royal Family…