Dunhurst and Dunannie celebrated the refurbishment of its dining room by hosting parents and families at a launch event on 26 January.
In the second of her fortnightly columns for the TES, Bedales Head of Sciences Emily Seeber explains how colds are spread around classrooms, why teachers are particularly vulnerable, and why schools are hotbeds for the transmission of disease.
Bedales School is holding a number of celebratory events and activities to mark its foundation 125 years ago in January 1893 by John Haden Badley.
Seven Bedales students have received offers to study at the universities of Oxford and Cambridge, with one further student accepted by Yale University, Connecticut.
Bedales Head of Sciences Emily Seeber has started a fortnightly Science column in leading education magazine and website TES. In her first article she discusses temperature, and what happens to the body as it gets colder.
The traditional title of ‘head of science’ is inaccurate and detrimental to learning, argues Emily Seeber in a recent article for TES.
In an article for TES, Bedales Head of Academic Enrichment and Head of Religious Studies and Philosophy, Clare Jarmy, argues that making ‘focus’ the centre of what teachers try to achieve would affect not just students’ learning power now and in the future, but also their curren
The Director of Teaching and Learning at Bedales Prep School, Dunhurst, Andy Wiggins, is quoted extensively in an article on the subject of parental help with homework, published recently in The Telegraph. Is it best to let youngsters get on with it alone, asks the author, or should you sit
Many educationalists bemoan the increasingly centralised system in which the voices of those who teach, those who learn, and those whose children go to school have been marginalised.
Bedales has featured in two recent initiatives from leading educationalists as an exemplar of a mission-led school that is developing creative thinkers.
Innovative approach to teaching and learning