Barton Peveril News

Barton Peveril’s International Sailing Students

Barton Peveril Students Qualify for Youth Sailing World Championships Barton Peveril students Ben Harris and Alex Hamel have qualified for the Royal Yachting Association’s Nacra 15 GB Youth Squad. The students will both compete at the Nacra 15 Open World Championships in Marseille, France between 19th and 26th October. Ben Harris and Alex Hamel qualified…

Barton Peveril Welcome The Bishop of Winchester

Barton Peveril Politics Student Invites Bishop of Winchester to College   Barton Peveril Sixth Form College welcomed the Bishop of Winchester, the Right Reverend Tim Dakin, who gave a lecture to students studying Politics, History and Religious Studies about the role of the Church of England in Politics and the work of Bishops in the…

Barton Peveril Sow Seeds for Sustainable Future

Barton Peveril’s Allotment Project Barton Peveril students have broken ground on their College allotment patch, which aims to grow sustainable produce that can be used in the College’s canteen. The Barton Peveril students are transforming a patch of College land into an allotment plot, as part of their extra-curricular College activity named The Allotment Project….

Barton Peveril Students Get Creative

Barton Peveril’s Careers in Creative Industries Day Barton Peveril Sixth Form College held their first ever Careers in Creative Industries Day, with guest speakers from around the country offering students an insight into the creative professions. The guest speakers included Barton Peveril alumni Thomas Hardwick and Tom Shawcroft; Hardwick is studying Graphic Design at Norwich…

Barton Peveril Help Maintain Students Mental Health

World Mental Health Day 2019 Barton Peveril Sixth Form College continue to support the mental health of students and staff, during World Mental Health Day on Thursday 10th October 2019. For World Mental Health Day, the College’s Wellbeing Mentors are distributing self-help resources throughout the College’s social areas and are offering students help and advice…

Barton Peveril Student Vows to End Period Poverty

‘Let’s Talk. Period’ Barton Peveril student Amber McWilliams is championing Plan International UK’s ‘Let’s Talk. Period’ campaign in College, to raise awareness and bring an end to period poverty in the local community. The former Oasis Academy: Sholing pupil has organised a series of events to raise money for the campaign and has established a…