Barton Peveril News

Barton Peveril Student’s Knockout Performance

Three Nations Boxing Champion Barton Peveril student Taylor Bevan won the Great Britain Three Nations Boxing Championship at the Welsh Institute of Sport, Cardiff on Monday 6th May. The former Wyvern College pupil represents Wales and trains at the Sport Wales National Centre in Cardiff. This victory comes after a very successful year for Barton…

Barton Peveril’s Unbeaten Netballers

First and Second Netball Teams

Unbeatable Barton Peveril’s Netball Teams have both finished their seasons unbeaten, this year. The first team were unbeaten in all of their games in Hampshire and the second team were unbeaten in their league, which they have won. First team player, and former The Toynbee School pupil, Emma Payne commented on the teams’ successes: “I…

Barton Peveril’s Futures Fair

Wyvern College pupils talking to NATS

Futures Fair Barton Peveril welcomed over 50 local employers, Apprenticeship providers and Gap Year Organisations to its annual Futures Fair. Barton Peveril students attended to find out about all their options after college, whilst pupils from Wildern School, Thornden School, Wyvern College and Brookfield Community School were also invited to start thinking about their futures….

Barton Peveril’s Higher Education Fair

Higher Education Fair Barton Peveril welcomed over 80 Universities to its annual Higher Education Fair, before hosting a Question and Answer Panel with a select group of University representatives. Pupils from Wildern School, Thornden School, Wyvern College and Brookfield Community School also attended the fair. Students had the opportunity to meet with all the Universities,…

Barton Peveril’s German Day

German Day

Modern Foreign Languages Barton Peveril welcomed pupils from across Hamsphire’s schools, for a German Day. Pupils from Brookfield Community School, Wildern School, Wyvern College, The Gregg School and Noadswood School attended the event. The day, which was supported by the Goethe-Institute, gave pupils an insight into the world of work within modern foreign languages. Pupils…

Barton Peveril Students Compete in National Skills Challenge

National Skills Challenge 80 Barton Peveril Sixth Form College students competed in the first stage of the National Skills Challenge. The first stage, held at the College, saw students work in teams of five to create a pitch for a new University Campus of Football Business (UCFB) development in Asia. The National Skills Challenge is…

Barton Peveril’s Sporting Stars

Eastleigh Sports Awards Barton Peveril Sixth Form College staff, students and alumni won, and were short-listed for, a range of awards in the Eastleigh Sports Awards (celebrating 2018) that took place on Monday 11th February 2019 at The Hilton at the Ageas Bowl. Students Taylor Bevan and Maisie Stocks won Junior the Sports Person of…

Barton Peveril’s Marvellous Musicians

Music Offer Holders

Prestigious Places Barton Peveril Music students are celebrating offers to study Music at the most prestigious conservatoires and universities in the country. The students have received offers from leading institutions around the country, from the University of Oxford to Royal Welsh College of Music. Barton Peveril’s Subject Leader for Music, Gary Williams, praised these students:…

Barton Peveril’s Jazz Workshop

Leading Musician Barton Peveril Sixth Form College held a Jazz Workshop for 25 of the region’s school musicians, which was run by Barton Peveril Teacher of Popular Music and Jazz Studies and leading UK Jazz Saxophonist Simon Allen. Pupils from The Mountbatten School, Wyvern College, The Henry Beaufort School, Brookfield Community School, The Trafalgar School…

Barton Peveril’s STEM Day

STEM Day

Local Schools Barton Peveril Sixth Form College hosted its annual Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths Day last Friday 14th December, for pupils from Brookfield Community School, Crestwood Community School, The Hamble School, The Toynbee School, Wildern School, Wyvern College, The Mountbatten School and The Romsey School. The 105 school pupils had a range of workshops…