For about 250 years it was rather unfashionable to admire Donne, but early in the 20th century he once again found favour (partly because TS Eliot valued him).
Posted on 30 September 2013
Last Monday evening, 15 Sixth Formers met at Keith’s house for the first Poetry Society gathering of the Autumn Term.
Posted on 30 September 2013
In last week’s swimming gala v KES Witley and Portsmouth High, the U14 and U15 girls finished 2nd and the U14 and U15 boys both won. The 2nd XI girls’ hockey team beat Frensham Heights 5-0 and the U15s beat KES Witley 2-1.
Posted on 30 September 2013
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The Bedales community spent the weekend on a number of special activities designed to celebrate the ethos of the school’s founder John Badley.
Posted on 26 September 2013
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Last Monday, Sixth Form Politics students embarked on an interesting day out to the Palace of Westminster to see the House of Commons and the House of Lords having discussed, debated and learnt of so many issues in class that are al
Posted on 26 September 2013
At Jaw last Wednesday, Head of Religious Studies and Philosophy, Clare Jarmy stepped in to talk to us about h
Posted on 25 September 2013
Block 3 recently went to Ullswater, an activity centre in the Lake District, where they took part in a range of team building activities led by Outward Bound instructors, including trapeze (climbing up a
Posted on 24 September 2013
At the end of last term a student team ran a silent auction to raise money for Bedales Swaziland Project.
Posted on 23 September 2013
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Posted on 23 September 2013
Last week in girls’ hockey, the U14s beat Bohunt 10-2 in their first match of the season and the 2nds beat Portsmouth High 3-2. The 1st XI played their second match in the Hampshire League and lost narrowly 3-1 to Brockenhurst College.
Posted on 23 September 2013
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