Michael Eastaugh

Executive Principal’s Blog – 12 June 2015

I would like to thank all students, staff and parents who have already taken part in the consultation process as we consider possible changes to our school day from September 2015. If you want to participate do re-read the article in last week’s newsletter and the consultation document which is available via the following link:


Your views need to be submitted by next Friday 19th June, either to the School Reception or via the following link:


This week another 84 students have received High Achiever Awards for their superb attitude to learning, dedication, enthusiasm, improvement, hard work, leadership skills, home learning, effort, generosity of spirit or stunning achievement in curriculum areas across the school during the last half term. I would like to congratulate them all for the example they have set to others in the school.

Do click on the link and enjoy reading more of this week’s BMS News……..

Jeremy Turner
Executive Principal

Dorset 2015

WeymouthgroupFrom June 4th-6th, 56 GCSE Geography students took part in a visit to Weymouth and Chesil Beach on the Dorset Coastline, with the aim of collecting data for their Controlled Assessment task. The students enjoyed the challenge of working in teams to complete measurements at 4 sites along the 18-mile long tombolo of Chesil Beach. They certainly earned their reward of a bowling challenge at the local alley, where Mr Reid showed off his skills admirably.

Ms Barker, Head of Geography