In a recent article in The Guide to Independent Schools, Dunannie head Jo Webbern discusses pre-prep schooling and its benefits, and offers parents advice on how to choose the right school for their child.
In its September/October 2016 issue, New Forest Living magazine describes the Bedales approach of teaching “by creating curiosity and setting challenges”.
Tatler’s annual Schools Guide aims to feature ”the inside track on the very best schools in the UK”.
Bedales is famously ‘non-uniform’, and in a recent article in The Week Independent Schools Guide Keith Budge argues for the school’s policy alongside Peter Green (Headmaster, Rugby School), an enthusiastic supporter of school uniforms.
In a recent article in The Spectator, Keith Budge unpicks the ethos of Bedales – beloved by some but baffling others, according to the author.
In a TES article on alternative qualifications, Keith Budge describes Bedales as its own awarding body, and discusses differences between the grading of Bedales Assessed Courses (BACs) and the non-core GCSEs they replaced.
The Headmasters’ and Headmistresses’ Conference (HMC) has announced that Bedales Headmaster, Keith Budge, will be HMC Chair for 2017-18, and assumes the role of HMC Chair Elect from 1 September 2016.
Bedales students are celebrating this year’s GCSE results, with an impressive 31% awarded at the highest A* grade. 55% of grades were A*- A and 94% were A*- C (view photos).
In a recent article in TES, Alistair McConville backs government’s renewed enthusiasm for the teaching of grammar in schools, but argues that it must be age-appropriate, celebrate the diverse socia