Author: Ian Westhead

Art and Technology Exhibition 2017

This year’s exhibition showcased GCSE, AS and A2-Level artwork alongside A2-Level Design and Technology project work. Greater advertisement of the event among students and parents meant that the Art Department, where all the work was...

1st XI lose to Poole Grammar School

The annual airing of the old club whites occurred today for the First XI at Poole Grammar School where, apart from a brief mid-innings spit of rain, the conditions were perfect for a good game of...

Mufti Day Food Collection

This article was written by the Deputy Headmaster and shall be appearing in the Bournemouth Echo A collection on the last day of term raised thousands of cans of food that shall be donated to...

2017-18 Senior Prefects Announced

Hushed murmurs were heard throughout the Hall today as students filed in for Senior Assembly, speculating who would be appointed as the House Captains, Deputy School Captain and Head Boy for 2017-18. The incumbent...

Year 10 Tuck Shop

The Drama Studio was awash with sugar-craving Year 10s on Tuesday as Business Studies students set up a makeshift market place. The Business Studies staff oversaw the bustle as milkshakes, cakes, brownies, sweets and chocolates...

Armistice Day 2016

Friday 11th November. The armistice commemoration exemplifies the dignified conduct with which members of Bournemouth School respect their predecessors who gave the ultimate sacrifice in the two World Wars. This year, Will Pyke, a former History...

CCFers to Cycle Around Isle of Wight

In aid of the Royal Airforce Association and Help for Heroes, Upper Sixth students James Ozanne and Michael Wright are to set off from Bournemouth School, navigate their way to and around the Isle of...

The Teachers’ Tea

The annual tea laid on for the new staff took place in the library this evening. Tables were decked out with tiered stands and plates of cakes, biscuits, brownies, teas and coffees. This is the...

A Motorbike in the Foyer?

Students entering the school reception will today have been met with a distinctly petroly smell. Standing in the corner, polished to within an inch of the metal work, was a 1973 Triumph Daytona T100R. The bike...