Bedales featured in new Tatler Schools Guide

Posted on 07th September 2018

Bedales has received a glowing assessment from the Tatler in the publication’s 2019 School’s Guide.

The writers encourage visitors to Bedales to expect the unexpected – beamed barns housing fresh eggs, shop-ready yarn, bread ovens and a blacksmith’s workshop, and teenagers herding newborn lambs and piglets. Bedales, they say, has a distinctly non-conformist vibe with no uniform, no pupil hierarchy and teachers called by their first names. Equally unorthodox is the combination of GCSEs and Bedales Assessed Courses with avant-garde options such as timber frame building and philosophy and ethics considered a ‘point of difference’ by universities. The report concludes that Bedales is “…an extraordinarily creative place; many pupils go on to study art and drama, inspired perhaps by the new art and design building which won a RIBA award last year”.

The 2019 version is not yet available online so here's a link to the 2018 guide.

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