Articles from Barton Peveril Sixth Form College

Barton Peveril Celebrate School Artists in Annual Competition

@BartonPeveril Sixth Form College has successfully run its Schools Art Competition for the second consecutive year, receiving 240 entries from pupils in 33 of the county’s schools.

Barton Peveril's Allotment Gets Growing

@bartonpeveril Sixth Form College’s Allotment Project has had a successful first year, becoming a source of produce for the College canteen and offering students a chance to learn new skills outside of the classroom.

Barton Peveril Media Student Recognised Nationally

@bartonpeveril student Haydn Reece has been nominated for an award in the @MediaMagEMC Production Competition 2020. Reece earned his place on the national competition’s longlist for his editing work on the short film ‘Doppel Threat’, created during his time on the Media (Production) course at Barton Peveril. Haydn Reece, who previously attended Thornden School, was included in the annual competition’s Editing category for the ingenuity and creativity he showed in the short film he created whilst in his first year of study at the Hampshire based Sixth Form College.

Barton Peveril Shortlisted for National College of the Year Award

@bartonpeveril have been shortlisted for the FE College of the Year Award in the national @EduFuturists Awards 2020, which will take place online on Friday 10th July 2020. Barton Peveril was recognised because of its digital learning capabilities and continued success delivering teaching and support remotely.   Throughout the current Covid-19 pandemic Barton Peveril have used technology to successfully enable all timetabled lessons, for each of its 3,600 students, to continue online. Using Google Suite, lessons are delivered online by teachers through Google Meets with work set, marked, and discussed through Google Classrooms for each individual class.

Barton Peveril’s Science Mentors

@bartonpeveril successfully launched a student-lead mentoring programme for its Biology A Level, to help students during the current lockdown. Second year Biology students used the knowledge they gained in preparation for their summer exams, which were cancelled, to mentor first year students and provide them with further support ahead of the last year of their college studies. The programme was established after a second year student approached their Biology teacher, offering to share their expertise with first year students. 

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