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.
Bedales School students have gained university places at some of the most prestigious institutions in the world including Oxbridge, leading conservatoires, art colleges and medical schools following the release of A level results this week.
In a recent blog post for the Headmasters’ and Headmistresses’ Conference (HMC), Keith Budge celebrates the new Bedales Art & Design building being named as one of 49 finalists in t
In a recent article for TES, Bedales Head of Philosophy and Religious Studies Clare Jarmy argues that the process of ‘revisiting’ offers all of the memorisation benefits of revision, whilst also bringing a welcome depth to learning.
In the light of recent development in Europe and the US, Absolutely Education reports on how we engage young people in politics.
In a recent blog for HMC (the Headmasters’ and Headmistresses’ Conference), Keith Budge explains why students getting their hands dirty outside with practical work is key part of a Be
In a recent article for School House magazine, Keith Budge counsels against government’s enthusiasm for the direct transfer of independent sector expertise to the state sector, and argues instead that any institutional learning must be a two-way street.
In a recent article for TES, Al McConville, Bedales Deputy Head, Academic, reflects on the possibly rash decision to take his GCSE in Chemistry from a standing start in just a year, alongside an already demanding schedule.
In an article for TES, Alistair McConville argues that if it is to be revived, then we must do more than plead for its usefulness, and instead stress its value for greater global understanding and collaboration.
Opinion amongst students on this subject is divided.