In a book review for TES of When by Daniel H Pink (Canongate), Alistair McConville, Bedales Deputy Head, Academic, considers the implications of our cognitive highs and lows for the ways in which we organise the school day.
In a blog for the Independent Schools' Council, Colin Baty, Head of Bedales Prep School, Dunhurst, reflects on how teachers might make sense of their responsibilities to the young people in their care following the shooting in Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School.
In an article for The Spectator, Keith Budge laments the marginalisation of arts subjects in our schools, and argues it is vital to a rounded education – not least for scientists.
Curiosity is the driving force behind the advancement of humankind – but it is stifled in our classrooms, buried under the weight of teacher workload and accountability.
Clare Jarmy, Bedales Head of Religious Studies & Philosophy and Head of Academic Enrichment, has reviewed The Ultimate Guide to Differentiation by Sue Cowley for the TES.
Inclement weather may have shut schools up and down the country, but Dunannie children had prepared in advance for their World Book Day celebration.
Bedales Schools – weather update as at 9am Saturday 3 March 2018
In her latest Science column for the TES, Bedales Head of Sciences Emily Seeber thinks creatively about heating fuel.
An article in School House magazine discusses the pressures on British school children caused by competition for places and excessive tutoring, whilst recognising the ‘soft skills’ and abilities in Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths (STEM) of independent school pupils.
In the latest instalment of her fortnightly column for TES, Bedales Head of Sciences Emily Seeber explains why teachers might be feeling down this winter, and what schools could do to tackle seasonal depression.