An article in Hampshire Life explores the origins of Bedales, and Jo Webbern explains how pre-prep school Dunnanie teaches vital life skills through the fosterin
Children at Bedales Pre-prep, Dunannie were busy fundraisers last week with two events raising money for worthy causes.
In an article for the TES Focus on Independent Schools, Keith Budge considers the case for school uniforms and concludes that they are not right for a school such as Bedales, which encourages individuality and self-expression.
Why is outdoor learning not being experienced by children on a regular basis?”, asks Dunhurst head of Outdoor Work, Ryan Walsh, in an article for New Forest Living magazine.
A Harvest celebration held at Bedales Pre-prep, Dunannie last week is set to benefit Ramscote residential home and the Petersfield Foodbank.
In its newly-launched termly digital magazine Chalk & Chat, The Good Schools Guide features Bedales as a stand-out school for outdoor learning.
Year 3 children at Bedales Pre-prep, Dunannie in Steep had a visit to the school from a Viking last week, complete with armour, shields and weaponry.
On 28 September, Dunannie children took part in a Bikeability course - a government-recognised cycle training programme, like cycling proficiency, but fun!
Bedales Community Festival drew people from far and wide last weekend during the annual celebration in recognition of Bedales' founder, John Haden Badley.