The Canford Community joined together to remember the fallen in whole school services, curriculum study and displays.
As part of the ISC annual 'Partnerships Week' we are sharing some of the many ways independent and state schools collaborate.
Canford's Head of Geography, Mrs Alex Boulton, shares her positive experience of becoming a school governor at her local primary school.
As countries come together to take action towards achieving the world's collective climate goals as part of the Climate Change Conference (COP27), Canford's Estates Maintenance Manager, Toby White, explains recent developments in Canford's ever-increasing focus on energy and carbon performance.
We are thrilled for Upper Sixth pupil Oscar whose essay entitled “Inflation is always and everywhere a monetary phenomenon” (Milton Friedman). How useful is Friedman’s argument for understanding the current inflationary pressures?” has been rated in the top 10 among all entries in this year’s Dorian Fisher Memorial Prize organised by the Institute of Economic Affairs (IEA).
Congratulations to Lower Sixth pupil, Jasmine, on her winning entry in the Hengistbury Head Writing Competition 2022 Under 18 category.
Congratulations to Upper Sixth pupil, Charlie, on being shortlisted in the prestigious John Locke Global Essay Competition 2022. Charlie was awarded a commendation and will attend an awards ceremony in October.
Canford's Head of Learning Support, Kristina Symons, shares some valuable advice in preparation for A level results day.
Please enjoy reading the latest issue of The Blue Bubble student newspaper. This fantastic publication is written by our talented pupils and staff.
Lower Sixth pupil Leo is currently campaigning as a candidate in the current Bournemouth, Christchurch and Poole Youth Parliament elections. Here's Leo's policies he is campaigning for during his election campaign to achieve change, and the speech he gave to Canford Sixth Form pupils on 14th February.
Throughout the United States many states, cities and schools have this year chosen to celebrate Indigenous People’s Day on the second Monday in October, rather than perpetuate the decades-old Columbus Day tradition. Sixth Form Hispanist Catherine Wray examines why in this nationally published piece.
Fifth Former Sophia Whelan was awarded a two week immersive stay at Cambridge University for this essay submission