Captains of industry and creative geniuses get where they are by aiming high and sometimes falling short.
Learning How to Learn: how to succeed in school without spending all your time studying; a guide for kids and teens by Barbara Oakley and Terrence Sejnowski with Bedales Director of Innovation & Learning, Alistair McConville, explains some of the latest research in cognitive psycholo
IT equipment donated by Bedales to a charity supporting vulnerable young people in Sierra Leone has had a “transformational” impact, the charity says.
Creating a new footpath, mud kitchen installation, landscaping, live music and sport were just some of the activities that took place at Bedales for Saturday’s Badley Day.
Bedales students’ writing skills were given a boost last week when the critically acclaimed poet Simon Armitage delivered a creative workshop ahead of his sold out event at the school’s Olivier Theatre.
Over the past few years, writes Daisy Christodoulou in the TES, some of education’s most notorious fads and gimmicks have justified themselves by claiming they will help pupils learn how to learn, though with little evidence of any impact.
Rhetoric around teaching encourages us to think that teachers make all the difference to the lives of their students.
Bedales has received a glowing assessment from the Tatler in the publication’s 2019 School’s Guide.
Bedales is celebrating an exceptional performance on GCSE results day with the highest ever percentage of grades - 61.6% - at A*/A or equivalent (i.e. new grades 9/8/7).