Shadow Education Secretary Angela Rayner recently expressed concern that Tory education reforms are putting state school pupils at a disadvantage compared to those educated in independent schools.
In an article for TES, Alice McNeill, Head of Partnerships, Initial Teacher Training, Academic Tracking and EPQs at Bedales School, argues for the importance of creativity in the modern school curriculum, and offers a manifesto for c
As the autumn term draws to a close for Christmas, pupils at Bedales have been getting into the festive spirit with a series of events across the three Bedales Schools.
Bedalians celebrated the life of the school’s former head of history, Ruth Whiting, at a memorial event in the Lupton Hall on 10 November.
Bedales chemistry teacher Liz Stacy has been awarded a prestigious Chemistry Teacher Research Fellowship for 2019 by the Chemical Education Research Group of the Royal Society of Chemist
In the centenary year of the Armistice, pupils have marked Remembrance Day with a series of thought-provoking commemorations across the three Bedales Schools.
Bedales welcomed journalist and broadcaster Kate Adie to a full Olivier Theatre on Thursday, just months after she was awarded the BAFTA Fellowship in recognition of her exceptional contribution to television.
In a tribute to radio pioneer Peter Eckersley recently published in the Petersfield Post, Bedales is heralded as a school that encourages pupils to investigate the latest scientific developments.
Bedales features prominently in an article on the benefits of social and emotional learning (SEL), recently published by TES.
After a bumpy start, the appointment of student ‘Dons’ at Bedales has prompted a stimulating dialogue with the students about how they can best be involved in the running of their community, says Bedales Director of Learning and Innovation, Posted on 30 October 2018