An article in the i newspaper discusses the new Bedales Living with the Land qualification course.
Petersfield-based charity FitzRoy attended Bedales Prep, Dunhurst this week to receive a fundraising cheque for £5,599. Members of FitzRoy’s friendship and dating project Love4Life also spoke to the pupils in a special assembly about the impact of the charity on their lives.
In an article for TES, Clare Jarmy explains how taking driving lessons taught her a valuable lesson about dealing with pupils who insist they are unable to do something.
Bedales has been accepted into the Round Square network following successful completion of the organisation’s assessment process.
As Bedales reopens its doors for the Spring term we have a re-formed government, and the UK’s departure from the EU is likely to be imminent.
In an article for TES, Head of Bedales Magnus Bashaarat argues that the neo-traditionalist Goveian GCSE curriculum is out of step with the worlds of work and higher education, and that reform is overdue.
Charity-minded pupils, staff and parents at Bedales Prep and Pre-prep have raised over £7,000 for good causes this term.
Last week the Times published a letter from Magnus Bashaarat questioning GCSEs and encouraging Heads who openly criticise them to join our lead in replacing many of them with our own more interesting and challenging Bedales Assessed Courses (BACs).
In an article for a special issue of the Eton Journal for Innovation and Research in Education, Alistair McConville, Bedales Director of Learning and Innovation, explores how the idea of character education has been understood at Bedales – from the school’s inception to the present da
Bedales and academy partner Bohunt School feature in an article on innovative education published in The Telegraph.