Category: News

Debating Society: Referenda or Parliaments?

The abnormally long wait for the latest meeting of the debating society was finally ended today as BSG hosted BS to argue in favour of the motion: “This house believes that parliaments, not referenda,...

BS on ITV

See below for the link to the piece aired on ITV Meridian with footage taken inside Bournemouth School.  Last week we ran a story on the visit we received from ITV Meridian to film part of...

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...

Political Society is back

After a two year break, The Bournemouthian can announce that Political Society will be returning on 4th November, the first Friday after the half term break. It has been stressed that it will be...

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...

Mysterious Letter: Solved

Last week, an odd letter was found in school. It passed through various hands and eventually came to the editors of The Bournemouthian. It left a series of clues about the identity of the author....

Mysterious letter found in library

Shocked, astonished, confused, intrigued. Or at least we were when we found, lying abandoned in one of the library carrels, a note folded neatly into quarters with the following encrypted message: To whom this...

Grammar Debate: ITV Interview

As one of the last remaining grammar schools in Dorset, Bournemouth School is part of the local debate regarding the proliferation and sustainability of selective education. Echo headlines are occasionally made when major policy changes,...