Ahead of the Liberating Leaders conference at Bedales on 25 May, the TES has published an article on school leadership by Keith Budge, Headmaster, Bedales School
As well as counting and identifying species as part of the RSPB Big Schools’ Birdwatch, the children also made more than 200 birdfeeders for their gardens at home.
The Petersfield Shakespeare Festival is set to return this summer in time to celebrate the 400 Anniversary of the great bard, with a nod to the entire canon by bringing to the stage a Tragedy, a Comedy, a History and… The Tempest!
What should be the purpose of a school – to raise happy, well-adjusted young people, or exam achievement and league table position?
Mental health and young people in the UK
75% of psychological problems start under the age of 25, and half start under the age of 15. According to the UK Mental Health Foundation, about 10% of school-age young people will go on to have a clinically diagnosable mental health problem.
Students from Bedales School, Hampshire, are inviting other schools in the UK to join them in going Blue for Ebola to raise money to combat the latest outbreak of the deadly Ebola virus that has claimed an estimated 5,000 lives in West Africa.
100 years to the day that he completed his first poem, celebrated war poet and Steep resident Edward Thomas is to be commemorated.
Those who believe that achievement in examinations is the measure of all things educational can be surprised to find that at Bedales Prep, the overriding priority is to have a happy school explains, Jane Grubb, Head of Bedales Prep School, Dunhurst.