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Barton Peveril Students Get Active to Raise Money for Local Food Banks

@bartonpeveril Sixth Form College students and staff have raised over £1,000 for local @EastleighBasics Bank, after collectively walking and running 10,000 kilometres over the course of the first half-term. The College members completed their ‘10k for £1k’ challenge to help Eastleigh Basics Bank support those in need throughout the community, during the ongoing pandemic.

Barton Peveril Receives Nomination for National Covid-19 Response Award

@BartonPeveril Sixth Form College has been nominated for the Covid-19 Response Champions - Schools and Colleges Award, in the Bett Awards 2021. The winner will be announced in an online ceremony on Friday 22nd January 2021.

Barton Peveril Student Wins National Young Writers Competition

@BartonPeveril Sixth Form College student Abby Butler is a winner of this year’s national Young Writers Competition.

Barton Peveril’s Award Winning Digital Learning

@BartonPeveril Sixth Form College’s 4,000 students will continue to attend each of their timetabled lessons from home, throughout the closure of the country’s educational institutions. As well as attending lessons taught by the College’s teachers (over 140) students have continued access to the College’s Counsellors, Student Progress Advisers, Nurse, and Careers Department.

Madeline is Barton Peveril's British Triathlete

@bartonpeveril student Madeline Cooper is a British Triathlete (@BritTri) and has had another successful season, despite the limitations imposed by the Coronavirus pandemic. 

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