Our News

Where to get all your Bishop Perowne news

We put our news articles here on our website, and our letters have their own dedicated page, but our social media has lots more bits and pieces. We’re on Facebook and on Twitter so give us a follow to make sure you keep up to date.

Students in the workshop with Tom Muggeridge

Performing arts students enjoy workshop with West End star (June 16, 2022)

Students who are starring in our upcoming production of Matilda were recently treated to a visit from Tom Muggeridge, the resident dance captain for the cast of ‘Matilda the Musical’ in London’s West End. Having trained with the English National Ballet …

A Message from Bishop Perowne Students:

How to talk to your child about how they are feeling (May 12, 2022)

We understand that when you think your child may be experiencing some issues, or is worrying about something, it can be difficult to broach the subject. You want your child to always be happy, so believing they are struggling with their mental health c …

A studying student

Top 10 revision tips for Year 11 students (April 25, 2022)

With Year 11 exams beginning on Monday 16th May, we’ve put together our top 10 tips to help you revise. Create a revision timetable… and stick to it Without a structured plan, the thought of revising all those subjects can become extremely daunting. …

Four of our young writers

Students’ creative work being published in a book (March 16, 2022)

Six budding writers are celebrating after each winning a national Young Writers 2022 award. The six pieces of creative writing will now be published in an upcoming book called Twisted Tales. Young Writers promotes poetry and creative writing for childr …

It’s Year 8 options time – here’s our advice to help make the right choice (March 11, 2022)

The Year 8 option window is now open! By Friday 25th March, Year 8 students must submit their choices of what they would like to study in Year 9. This is an exciting time as they are being asked to start taking control of their learning. The options on …

The Entrance to Bishop Perowne

Don’t panic if you don’t get your first choice secondary school (February 17, 2022)

For parents with children currently in Year 6, 1st March is a big day, as they will receive confirmation of the secondary school place their child has been allocated. Known as ‘Offer Day’, parents will receive an email, or letters will be posted, indic …

Students pose with just a small number of the donations made over Christmas

Worcester Food Bank receives over 2,300 food items from Bishop Perowne students (January 31, 2022)

Worcester Food Bank has received over 2,300 canned and non-perishable food items as part of our Christmas Food Drive. Between 29th November and 14th December students from all year groups and staff showed their generous side by bringing in items to sch …

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Five reasons why you should attend your child’s parents’ evening (January 31, 2022)

Parents’ evening is one of the most important dates in our school calendar. Parental engagement is extremely valuable to students, and parents’ evening is an opportunity to demonstrate to your child and their teachers your continued support of their le …

Christmas traditions from around the world (December 16, 2021)

The festive season is upon us, and here at Bishop Perowne, Christmas is a very important time of the year. With everyone getting excited to celebrate with family and friends, our students have been talking about their own Christmas traditions and think …

Operation

Grant received to provide food parcels to 370 students during the festive period (December 15, 2021)

We’re delighted to have successfully gained funding of over £15,000 to enable us to provide a food parcel to students who receive free school meals. Worcester City Council has provided a grant for £14,800 as part of the Government’s Household Support F …

Students Signing Steel Beams

Students leave their mark on new school extension (December 6, 2021)

Students left their mark on the new school extension after taking part in a steel signing ceremony. The ceremony was to celebrate the final stages of the steelwork erection for the extension to our main building. Students and teachers signed beams and …

A Writing Hand

How to manage your homework – advice for students and parents (November 4, 2021)

At Bishop Perowne, we are passionate about helping our students be the best they can be, both as individuals, and academically. We strive to set high quality homework assignments which expand students’ learning and promote self-management skills. While …

Some of the Extra-Curricular Activities we offer

The Benefits that come with taking part in an extra-curricular activity (October 11, 2021)

Naturally, we put a high importance on academic excellence and providing a rich and varied curriculum, but we don’t underestimate the value of our students having access to pursuits outside of the classroom. We want to provide a learning environment th …

Building work update (September 21, 2021)

The renovation work at the school is now well underway and it’s very exciting to see the developments that are happening onsite. What is being built? We are having six new classrooms created, as well as an open plan kitchen and dining area which will b …

Matthew Howe of Interclass at the school entrance

Building work has started (August 13, 2021)

Building work to expand and improve the facilities at Bishop Perowne CE College has started. We received £2.25m from Worcestershire County Council to help us complete work so student intake can increase from 210 to 240 students. The plans will see six …

How to choose a secondary school for your child (July 1, 2021)

The deadline for parents and carers of Year 6 pupils to apply for a secondary school place is the 31st October every year. What you may hear from politicians or read in the media tends to make you think the education system in our country is awful, whi …

Frankie cycling during his Triathlon

Well done, Frankie (June 18, 2021)

After the triathlon events that Frankie Knight, a Year 10 student, had signed up for were cancelled due to the COVID-19 pandemic, he decided to complete his own over the recent half-term break to raise money for the National Rheumatoid Arthritis Societ …