bedales News

Magnus Bashaarat is quoted in an article in The Telegraph on a fall in the number of GCSEs taken by pupils attending independent schools.
Posted on 10 September 2019
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Bedales has received a glowing write-up in both The Week Independent Schools Guide Autumn/Winter 2019 and the Tatler Schools Guide 2020.
Posted on 10 September 2019
Bedales is celebrating high levels of achievement following the publication of GCSE results.
Posted on 23 August 2019
In a letter to The Times, Magnus Basharaat has supported Labour’s call for an end to the use of predicted grades in university admissions. 
Posted on 19 August 2019
Students at Bedales are celebrating after securing places at some of the most prestigious educational institutions following the publication of A Level results.
Posted on 16 August 2019
Two Sixth Form students are marking the end of their time at Bedales by cycling unsupported from Land’s End to John O’Groats. Loet Brouwer (18 years) and Cian Watson (17 years) have planned the arduous 14-day activity in July having taken their A Levels this summer.
Posted on 05 July 2019
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In a blog for HMC (the Headmasters' and Headmistresses' Conference), Magnus Bashaarat welcomes a forthcoming review of the university admissions system, recently announced by the Office for Students (OfS).
Posted on 05 July 2019
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Students at Bedales were joined by pupils from The Petersfield School (TPS), Churcher’s College and Ditcham Park School on 26 June as they brushed up on their audio and media literacy skills at Petersfield Community Radio’s Schools’ Audio Day.
Posted on 28 June 2019
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Pupils from Bedales and Bedales Prep, Dunhurst have supported the Rural Refugee Network fundraising effort by creating artwork for a major Art sale, and also helping prepare for the annual exhibition held at Bordean House, near Petersfield on 13 June.
Posted on 19 June 2019
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In an article for TES, Clare Jarmy, Bedales Head of Philosophy, Religion & Ethics and Head of Able, Gifted & Talented, Scholars and Oxbridge, examines the way in which the academic and pastoral aspects of teaching are often divided, and argues that, though convenient, this does not always
Posted on 11 June 2019
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