How can educators best prepare their students for a world of work in which robots have taken over from humans, and for jobs that haven’t yet been invented?
Posted on 20 October 2017
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A recent article published by TES discusses plans to pilot a ‘QI bootcamp’ at Bedales for school students to promote an approach to learning centred around finding fascinating facts from information, and which leads to better engagement and inquisitiveness in subjects.
Posted on 12 October 2017
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The Belfast Telegraph has published an article on Al McConville, Bedales Deputy Head, Academic, who challenged himself with learning Chemistry from a standing start in a year and was awarded A* at GCSE.
Posted on 12 October 2017
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Keen gardeners at Bedales Prep School, Dunhurst in Steep enjoyed harvesting the fruits of their labour last week while getting involved in a charity ‘Big Soup Share’.
Posted on 09 October 2017
In a recent blog for the Independent Schools Council (ISC), Bedales Head of Partnerships Alice McNeill argues for the teachin
Posted on 06 October 2017
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Visitors flocked to the Bedales Community Festival last Sunday when the school held its annual celebration of its founder and raised thousands of pounds for local charities.
Posted on 25 September 2017
Petersfield just got a lot more colourful with the announcement of a new kindergarten opening at Bedales Pre-prep, Dunannie.
Posted on 12 September 2017
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In its ‘best of the best’ section, The Week’s guide to the country’s leading independent senior schools (Autumn/Winter 2017) has singled out Bedales as “best for art and creativity”.
Posted on 12 September 2017
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The 14th edition of the Tatler Schools Guide, which strives to give its readers “the inside track on the best independent schools in the country” has given Bedales a glowing write-up for 2018.
Posted on 06 September 2017
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In a recent article in the TES described by its Content Editor Ed Dorrell as a "fine example of teacher writing because it makes me think", Clare Jarmy asks whether neutrality in schools’ education of young people is truly possible – or even desirable and concludes that it is not.
Posted on 30 August 2017

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