40 Geography students visited Sicily for four days in March to see Mount Etna (also referred to as ‘Mama Etna’ by the Sicilian locals). The students journeyed to learn about the widespread effects on the region from living in the shadow of the most active volcano in Europe. The students learned copious amounts of facts about the largest Mediterranean island.

Geography Students take on Mount Etna

40 Geography students visited Sicily for four days in March to see Mount Etna (also referred to as ‘Mama Etna’ […]

Barton Peveril Students Hit Hollywood

Barton Peveril’s Action-Packed Trip to the States Barton Peveril Sixth Form College students recently embarked on a star studded trip […]

Barton Peveril Students Volunteer in Nepal

Barton Peveril’s Incredible Student Volunteers A group of 13 Barton Peveril Sixth Form College students have completed a successful volunteering […]

Barton Peveril Student Represents Constituency in Parliament

Visit to Parliament Barton Peveril Sixth Form College student Rachael Vowden represented Eastleigh Borough Constituency at Parliament for Ask Her […]

Barton students head east for a unique insight into China

Students and staff from Barton Peveril got a unique insight into life and culture in China on a two week […]

Barton goes Bavarian for Schools’ German Day

100 enthusiastic linguists from the South’s schools attended Barton Peveril’s first ever German Day. Youngsters from Brookfield, Gregg, Noadswood, Romsey, […]

Volunteers make a difference

A team of student volunteers spent a week of their summer break helping to improve facilities and teaching resources at a […]

Charity climb

His current focus is on A Level exams but within days of completing the last paper Matt Wateridge will be […]

Moroccan adventure

Camel trekking across the Sahara, a night spent in a Berber desert camp and a traditional feast under the stars […]

Japan via London

An afternoon at the Japanese Embassy in London introduced modern language students to new aspects of Japanese culture and improved […]

In tune

Barton Peveril musicians were on stage at Thornden Hall just before Easter. Their Spring Concert rounded off a busy term […]

Winning streak

The Maths Department is on a winning streak!  Hard on the heels of our success in the Senior Team Mathematics […]

Death camp brought to life

News that the government is investing £50m in a new Holocaust memorial and education centre in central London has been […]

Twilight experiments

The chance to find out more about what it means to study Chemistry at degree level is a popular option […]

Holocaust survivor’s lesson for life

Holocaust survivor Walter Kammerling called on teenagers to trust their judgement and not turn away from the reality of prejudice […]

Holocaust remembered

On Saturday 27 January 1945, Russian troops liberated the Nazis’ biggest concentration camp at Auschwitz-Birkenau in Poland. On Monday 27 […]

Afternoon at the Embassy

An afternoon at the Japanese Embassy in London introduced 25 language students to new aspects of Japanese culture and improved […]

Bard news

Drama and Performing Arts students added a valuable line to their CVs when they took part in a mentoring initiative […]

Nerves of steel

Finding themselves stuck between a rock and a hard place was all part of a challenging experience for Extended Diploma […]

Linguists at large

Barton Peveril linguists spent a day at Southampton University where they met undergraduates recently returned from a year abroad and […]

Return to Kenya

The chance to make a difference at educational support and community projects in the poverty-stricken region of Nakuru, southwest Kenya, […]

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