The Bournemouthian

Changes: Dr. Lewis proposes altering admissions

Plans are afoot to favour Bournemouth residents for admission to the school. Under the latest proposal unveiled by the headmaster in January, for entry in September 2018, potential year sevens from the borough will...

Bournemouth School gets festive

Trees, lights, paper chains, tinsel and daring Christmas jumpers and hats. All things appearing as we approach the end of the autumn term . The tree in the foyer, as gargantuan as ever, is...

Prize Giving: Academic Year 2014-2015

School Hall, Tuesday 15th December 2015 Special Prizes Dr . Fenwick Prize: Oliver Alder Harold G. Walker & Co. Solicitors Prize for the School Dux Award: Alex Broadway Old Bournemouthians Centenary Cup: Aaron Turner Bruny Award: Alex Chatfield,...

Medical Society visit from orthopaedic surgeon

The Medical Society recently invited Dr Simon Richards, an orthopaedic surgeon from Poole Hospital, to come in and give a presentation on his profession and the pathway to becoming a qualified doctor. Orthopaedics is...

Bournemouth School team reaches cipher final

A team of students from Bournemouth School completed the penultimate stage of the University of Southampton’s National Cipher Challenge on Thursday 4th December to enter the final stage with the maximum number of points,...

BS enlightened by Conor Burns visit

The Political Society was visited by Conor Burns MP during lunchtime of 7th May in the lecture theatre. Both Conservative and Labour parliamentary hopefuls wait anxiously for the announcement of the much anticipated exit...

House Debate

Motions Wednesday 9th December: “Britain’s capital city should be re-located.” Proposed by Turner and opposed by Newton Thursday 10th December: “All young people should serve some form of military service.” Proposed by Elgar and opposed by...

2015 Examination Results

GCSE Over 60% of all GCSE entries were awarded a grade A* or A.  More than 70% of the year group attained at least 5 A*/A grades, with 32 students attaining at least 10...

Latin Students Visit Ancient World

Boys between years 9 and 11 studying Latin were offered the opportunity to visit Rome and the Bay of Naples at the end of the summer term. Having to take the coach at four...