In an article for New Forest Living magazine, Keith Budge discusses the Bedales approach to schooling, and the importance of time and space to students in shaping their educational journeys.
In a recent blog on the HMC (the Headmasters’ & Headmistresses’ Conference) website, Keith B
An article in Hampshire Life explores the origins of Bedales, and Jo Webbern explains how pre-prep school Dunnanie teaches vital life skills through the fosterin
In an article for the TES Focus on Independent Schools, Keith Budge considers the case for school uniforms and concludes that they are not right for a school such as Bedales, which encourages individuality and self-expression.
The inaugural Kadian Harding Lecture featuring astronomer, Professor Gareth Wynn-Williams, took place on 8 November at Bedales School.
Why is outdoor learning not being experienced by children on a regular basis?”, asks Dunhurst head of Outdoor Work, Ryan Walsh, in an article for New Forest Living magazine.
Bedales School’s annual Global Awareness Lecture was held last week and focused on the role of journalism in promoting in-depth engagement with global issues through innovative reporting and education.
In its newly-launched termly digital magazine Chalk & Chat, The Good Schools Guide features Bedales as a stand-out school for outdoor learning.
Bedales is one of a number of independent schools to move away from the national curriculum, and to either sign up to alternatives or develop their own.