In a recent blog for the Independent Schools Council (ISC), Keith Budge reflects further on the challenge of an illiberal age to liberal educators, and examines the value of the ‘app
On Tuesday afternoon the Dunannie Performance Platform saw some great performances from budding musicians on a variety of instruments including the trumpet and cello.
In a recent article for School House magazine, Keith Budge counsels against government’s enthusiasm for the direct transfer of independent sector expertise to the state sector, and argues instead that any institutional learning must be a two-way street.
In a recent issue of Beautiful South magazine, Jo Webbern, Head of Bedales Pre-prep School, Dunannie, explains the ethos of teaching vital life skills through the fostering of creativity, individuality and contact with the natural world.
The case for outdoor learning has been consistently made. So why, asks Ryan Walsh, Head of Outdoor Work at Bedales Prep School, Dunhurst in an article for TES, are so few schools listening?
In an article for TES, Alistair McConville argues that if it is to be revived, then we must do more than plead for its usefulness, and instead stress its value for greater global understanding and collaboration.
Opinion amongst students on this subject is divided.
In an article for New Forest Living magazine, Keith Budge discusses the Bedales approach to schooling, and the importance of time and space to students in shaping their educational journeys.
In a recent article for TES, Clare Jarmy flies in the face of accepted wisdom by suggesting that lesson planning is better when undertaken in partnership with students.
In an article for The Telegraph, Bedales Head of Boarding Jenni Brittain reflects on a year of political turmoil.
In a recent blog on the HMC (the Headmasters’ & Headmistresses’ Conference) website, Keith B