A group of 23 Bedales Sixth Form students spent their half term break working on a 10-day project in Eswatini (formerly Swaziland) to install running water at a rural primary school.
An article in TES describes a novel partnership between Bedales and The Key Education Centre – a pupil referral unit in Gosport that caters for children who can’t attend mainstream school.
A Bedales School team of 65 runners who took part in the Great South Run in Southsea on 19/20 October has so far raised an impressive £8,100 for two charities.
Bedales features extensively in an article in School House magazine on the means by which schools support talented artistic pupils.
Following discussions on education policies at the recent political party conferences, The Times has published an opinion piece by Head of Bedales, Magnus Bashaarat. In the article, he says he is not unhappy that questions are being asked about the role of independent schools following the L
Bedales students have been challenged to ‘make do and mend’ in the lead up to Christmas in a bid to help tackle the environmental impact of fast fashion.
Relocating a chicken coop and gardening in a local primary’s forest school, restoring village community facilities and raising funds jointly for a Pupil Referral Unit are just some of the events that took place at Bedales for this year’s Badley Day which culminated in a live rock show
Bedales students joined thousands of young people across the UK taking action against climate change on 20 September when they took part in Youth Strike 4 Climate in Petersfield.
Alistair McConville, Bedales Director of Learning & Innovation, is quoted extensively in an article on school uniforms, published recently in the i newsletter.
Magnus Bashaarat is quoted in an article in The Telegraph on a fall in the number of GCSEs taken by pupils attending independent schools.