Category: Schools

Bursledon pupils cook and eat

Twenty pupils and their parents at Bursledon Infant School have completed their first Cook and Eat course. The Cook and Eat initiative has been organised by Eastleigh Borough Council in partnership with Hampshire County Council’s catering service (HC3S) and support from Hampshire County Council. Every Wednesday after school for six weeks parents and pupils learn…

Thornden pupils raise £7,500 for Canine Partners

Pupils from Thornden School in Chandler’s Ford have raised an impressive £7,500 for Canine Partners – an organisation that trains dogs to assist people with disabilities. The cash has enabled the charity to purchase golden retriever Heskey and put him through the early stages of his training to become a canine partner and change the life…

Wellstead Primary School set to ‘Park and Stride’

The Mayor of Eastleigh, Councillor Tony Noyce joined pupils of Wellstead Primary School in Hedge End to celebrate the launch of a new “Park and Stride” route to school from the newly constructed Dowd’s Farm community car park. Park and Stride is an Eastleigh Borough Council initiative that aims to encourage parents and children who…

Barton Peveril students celebrate exam success

Ten thousand students studying at Hampshire’s colleges and sixth forms are celebrating their exam success following the release of this year’s results for A-level examinations and vocational qualifications. According to Hampshire County Council provisional results reported so far by the colleges, school sixth forms and training providers indicate that the post-16 students have been successful…

Book Fun with Jeremy

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The fun side of education was on show in Eastleigh and Hedge End today, as renowned children’s author Jeremy Strong visited two schools in the Borough, presenting his Laugh your Socks off  show to some very excited children, their teachers and an Eastleigh News Reporter…. Following a successful morning at Crescent Primary School in Eastleigh, Jeremy Strong…

Holocaust Survivor visits Barton Peveril

Following their trip to  Auschwitz-Birkenau last Autumn, as part of the Holocaust Educational Trust’s Lessons from Auschwitz project, Barton Peveril Students Jess Asbury and Jade Bone invited Holocaust survivor Walter Kammerling to speak to fellow history students at the College. Eastleigh’s MP, Mike Thornton, who had accompanied the students on their trip to the former Nazi Death…

‘Beach Scene’ impresses Education Secretary

A stunning piece of artwork by an 18 year old  Barton Peveril student has caught the eye of The Secretary of State for Education, The Rt Hon Michael Gove MP. Emily Singleton’s first oil painting, entitled ‘Beach Scene’, was selected for an Association of Colleges Fine Art Exhibition at the House of Commons. The Association of Colleges received hundreds…