Keith Budge, headmaster of Bedales School, was interviewed by The Independent about students studying abroad. He said there was a ”discernible increase” in the numbers of student opting for overseas universities - not just in the US but in Canada, Europe and South A
'Relegating the arts in favour of STEM is a big mistake' writes Keith Budge in The Telegraph. Whilst it is true that STEM subjects are vital, Mr Budge says there seems to be an instinct to promote them at the expense of a wider education: &
Head of Drama, Phil King, talks about the nature of reforms for drama at GCSE and A-level and questions whether schools 'get' the value of drama.
'Why art is as important as science': As Bedales hits the headlines with its recent fundraising auction of Tracey Emin and Sir Terence Conran artworks, Bedales’ Head, Keith Budge, argues that an Art and Design education should go hand in hand with a science education… Re
Students from Bedales School, Hampshire, are inviting other schools in the UK to join them in going Blue for Ebola to raise money to combat the latest outbreak of the deadly Ebola virus that has claimed an estimated 5,000 lives in West Africa.
'Sutton Trust Report strikes a blow against league table culture' By Alistair McConville:
Kirstie Allsopp reminisces about her time at Bedales and recalls her favourtie teachers, read the full article here.
"Are we witnessing, if not facilitating, the death of intuition in teaching?"
"It is worrying to see the persistence of some damaging beliefs about effective pedagogy, such as the belief that it is important to teach
100 years to the day that he completed his first poem, celebrated war poet and Steep resident Edward Thomas is to be commemorated.