bedales News

Despite raining cats and dogs towards the end of the day, the Bedales Schools Dog Show and Fete was a great success, raising welcome funds for the John Badley Foundation, which provides full
Posted on 14 May 2018
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In an article for TES, Feline Charpentier, Teacher of Outdoor Work at Bedales School, looks at the growing body of evidence in support of schools taking education outside.
Posted on 11 May 2018
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In a recent article for TES, Clare Jarmy, Bedales Head of Academic Enrichment and Head of Religious Studies and Philosophy, explores the importance of relationships to good learning in the wake of Andrea Zafirakou, associate deputy head at a London comprehensive school, being awarded the
Posted on 08 May 2018
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Bohunt Education Trust (BET) and Bedales School held their first major collaborative event last week – coming together to share best practice on well-being and exam management support for students.
Posted on 02 May 2018
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In a recent Telegraph independent schools supplement with the theme of character building, Keith Budge explains that Bedales is a culturally distinctive school that values the practical as well as the cerebral, with an enthusiasm for individualism and achievement balanced by a commitment to the w
Posted on 13 April 2018
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In a book review for TES of When by Daniel H Pink (Canongate), Alistair McConville, Bedales Deputy Head, Academic, considers the implications of our cognitive highs and lows for the ways in which we organise the school day.
Posted on 13 April 2018
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In a blog for the Independent Schools' Council, Colin Baty, Head of Bedales Prep School, Dunhurst, reflects on how teachers might make sense of their responsibilities to the young people in their care following the shooting in Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School.
Posted on 05 April 2018
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In an article for TES, Bedales teacher of Philosophy and Religious Studies and head of Partnerships Alice McNeill argues that we are in the teeth of a perfect educational storm – an ill-fitting curriculum and an unpredictable and volatile future.
Posted on 03 April 2018
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In an article for The Spectator, Keith Budge laments the marginalisation of arts subjects in our schools, and argues it is vital to a rounded education – not least for scientists.
Posted on 22 March 2018
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In an article for the Boarding Schools’ Association Guide to UK Boarding Schools, Keith Budge argues that STEM (science, technology, engineering and mathematics) subjects have been promoted in schools by government at the expense of a wider education.
Posted on 22 March 2018
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