In a recent article for TES, Bedales Head of Sciences Emily Seeber discusses the importance of research-led practice for the professional teacher, and advises colleagues to appraise original studies rather than rely on summaries and pointers informed by findings.
Students at Bedales are celebrating after securing places at the most prestigious educational institutions in the world – including Oxbridge, Yale, and a number of leading music conservatoires and art colleges – following the publication of A Level results this week.
Bedales Prep School, Dunhurst, features in an article on learning outdoors in Angels & Urchins Summer 2018 magazine.
The knowledge-rich curriculum is an ideal worth fighting for, but under the current system – further hindered by the selective use of cognitive science – it’s just not plausible, argues Bedales Head of Sciences, Emily Seeber, in an article for TES.
Dunannie musicians came together for the recent Performers’ Platform. Their performances were filled with energy, skill and a great variety of musical prowess.
Bedales Prep School, Dunhurst held its third annual Science Fair for group 1-3 pupils (years 4-6) on 11 May.
Clare Jarmy, Bedales Head of Religious Studies & Philosophy and Head of Academic Enrichment, has reviewed The Ultimate Guide to Differentiation by Sue Cowley for the TES.
In an article for The Guardian, Bedales Head of Science Emily Seeber discusses the merits of mixed ability classes, and explains their introduction by the Bedales Science department.
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
GCSE results day at Bedales revealed some exceptional individual performances. Six students achieved at least nine A* grades including one student gaining 12 A*/As and another student who achieved 11 A*s.