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Sculptor Martyn Grubb is to launch his latest collections of works ‘Fall of Man’ at Bedales School’s Gallery from 15 April to 4 May.

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Students studying Dance at Bedales performed their examined choreographed pieces on stage recently at the school’s Olivier...

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Pupils from Bedales Pre-Prep Dunannie have enjoyed studying subjects inspired by a variety of influences from aeronautical engineering to a stage play of Michael Morpurgo’s Farm...

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Students from Bedales and Bedales Prep, Dunhurst scored wins in fixtures and tournaments across rugby, hockey and netball as the spring term drew to a close in a successful finish of Winter...

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Children at Bedales Pre-Prep, Dunannie, completed the final week of the Spring term with a production entitled 'Rewind Time' chronicling the exploits of a group of children who discover a time machine and press the wrong...

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Pupils across the three Bedales Schools (Pre-prep Dunannie, Prep Dunhurst and Senior Bedales) raised a total of £1000 for Comic Relief through cake sales, fancy dress and red nose...

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Bedales Olivier Theatre played host to a stunning display of local dance talent at the school’s annual Youth Dance Platform over the weekend.

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Bedales Prep, Dunhurst, has launched an exhibition at the Bedales Gallery this month, showcasing talent across the school community featuring art, textiles, ceramics and design work by pupils, teachers and support staff.

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Students from Bedales senior and prep schools enjoyed a masterclass with Olympic diver Peter Waterfield as part of the school's gifted and talented sports programme.

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Last weekend (2-3 February) saw members of the Bedales community, past and present, and relatives of the Banks family congregate in an effort to complete the final stages of roofing the Sam Banks Pavilion.

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This half term pupils and students from Bedales and Bedales Prep have secured team and individual successes in a variety of sports as their talent is recognised at county and national level.

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Seven Bedales students are celebrating offers from the universities of Oxford and Cambridge on courses in the humanities and science.

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Bedales Block 3 (Year 9) student George Robson has secured a place in the Hampshire County U14 squad and the London Irish Elite Player Development Group after successful trials over the holidays.

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Pupils at Bedales Prep Dunhurst were delighted to find they had raised £2800 for charity after a special end of term fair entitled Helping Other People in Trouble or (HOPIT).

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Bedales welcomed back former student and renowned singer songwriter Teddy Thompson to the school for a public performance in a packed Olivier Theatre to help raise funds for the John Badley Foundation (JBF), the school’s bursary scheme.

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This term has seen many sporting successes for students at Bedales and Bedales Prep, Dunhurst. The Bedales U14A boys’ football team clocked up impressive victories against Lancing A 3-0 and Charterhouse B 3-0.

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Children at Bedales Pre-Prep Dunannie have performed their nativity musical play to a packed audience. The children have also been organising fundraising events, celebrating Thanksgiving and practising music and dance for end of term celebrations.

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Students from Bedales prep and senior schools helped raise the roof of the new Sports Pavilion this week as stage two of the building project commenced following the construction of the timber frame in the school’s Outdoor Work department.

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Students at Bedales School have reached their goal of raising £3000 for four local charities following the success of a charity fashion show they organised which contributed £435 towards their target.

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Pupils from Bedales Prep, Dunhurst, took to the stage at Les Misérables in London last week in a series of acting workshops organised by the theatre company.

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Children in Year 2 at Bedales Pre-Prep Dunannie, enjoyed an extraordinary visit to Petworth House last week as they stepped back in time to the Victorian era.

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Bedales welcomed novelist Niall Griffiths as the school’s official ‘writer in residence’ this week. During his stay Niall spoke at the Bedales ‘Civics’ assembly about his experience of having his third novel, Kelly+Victor, made into a film.

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Bedales Sixth Form students and teachers spent half term helping two schools in Africa as part of an ongoing philanthropic initiative.

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On Saturday 29 September, Bedales Prep, Dunhurst unveiled a sculpture designed by pupils in collaboration with local sculptor Andrew Cheese. The sculpture features three figures in motion and was inspired by the Olympics.

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Bedales School played host to a performance by Maasai warriors the week before last and invited several local primary schools to join in.

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Bedales student golfers are celebrating after winning the Nett competition at the Independent Schools Golf Association (ISGA) Cup at Shire Golf Club.

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Students from Bedales and Bedales Prep, Dunhurst, enjoyed hockey coaching from Team GB Olympic Bronze medallist Alex Danson the week before last, as part of the school’s gifted and talented curriculum.

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Bedales Block 4 student (year 10), Emily Swettenham, received an award from Marwell for her entry in a photography competition that received over 1500 submissions.

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Children at Bedales Pre-Prep, Dunannie, enjoyed a day of storytelling workshops with the author and illustrator of best-selling award winning children’s book The Lighthouse Keeper’s Lunch.

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The Autumn term at Bedales has marked the start of construction of a new sports pavilion dedicated to the memory of former Bedales student Sam Banks, who died at the age of 20 whilst travelling in India.

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Bedales students aiming to take their performance work beyond school, to universities and drama schools, experienced workshops with three world class theatre companies when they visited for a weekend of drama in the Olivier Theatre.

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Bedales School’s Olivier Theatre played host to an evening performance by Poet Laureate Carol Ann Duffy as part of the school’s Autumn arts calendar.

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The Bedales sporting season has kicked off with victories across the board in netball, hockey, football and running.

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Bedales students spent a weekend helping charities as part of the school’s annual Badley Celebration weekend, a dedicated event to commemorate the work of the school’s founder John Badley.

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Podcasts on Apple products by Bedales student Kadian Harding have launched on the iTunes Store.

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Pupils at Bedales Prep, Dunhurst campaigned for Peace on National Peace One Day (21 September) by lobbying MPs, celebrities and members of the Royal Family through letter-writing and producing songs celebrating the tenth anniversary of Peace One Day.

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The autumn sports season at Bedales Prep, Dunhurst, started impressively with a tournament win for the boys’ football U11A team beating five other sides in the Wessex League seven a side tournament.

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Bedales welcomed 22 pupils from West Hill Park School to a showcase of art and design talent. Entitled ‘Bedales Selective’, the exhibition featured highlights from examined work by students from Block 5 (year 11) to sixth form.

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Bedales celebrated impressive exam results on GCSE results day with over half the grades awarded at A* or A. Bedales students tailor their studies choosing a combination of GCSEs, IGCSEs, and the school’s GCSE alternative, Bedales Assessed Courses.

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Bedales students have achieved excellent A Level results for 2012 with 39% of all grades at A* - A. They have secured places at universities including Oxford, Exeter, Edinburgh, London, Bristol, art colleges and international institutions.

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At the end of term, Bedales held its first combined fundraising Summer Party in a marquee in the grounds for parents across its three schools: Dunannie, Dunhurst and Bedales.

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Bedales School was fortunate recently to host the CAA Art Bus, a mobile work of art designed by Sir Peter Blake which is also a mobile art gallery. The visit of the bus marked the retirement of George Hatton after 34 years as Bedales Head of Art.

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Five students from Bedales recently competed for the South East region at the Hampshire Schools Athletics Finals held at the Aldershot Military Stadium.

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Bedales student Olivia Brett (16, from Rogate, West Sussex) has been selected for a prestigious School Leadership Award by national educational trust the Rank Foundation, which aims to ‘nurture leaders for the benefit of society’.

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Pupils at Dunhurst, Bedales Junior School, have raised £1500 for the school’s Sam Banks’ charities: the Sam Banks Memorial Pavilion and the Sam Banks Memorial Fund, through a £10 business challenge.

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Colourfully and cleverly masterminded by Fred Aspel in 6.2 (Upper Sixth) and entirely student-led, the Bedales Film Festival 2012, which is now in its 3rd year, was a great success.

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Block 2 (Year 8) pupil, Emilie Jung, from Dunhurst, Bedales Junior School, has won the Sports Award in the Petersfield Business and Community Awards, and was also awarded Highly Commended for the Young Achiever of the Year.

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Bedales Sixth form students attended a ‘stretch and challenge’ economics symposium on 26 February to consider issues including international trade, psychology, capitalism and ethical marketing.

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The annual Youth Dance Platform, established in 1998, was presented recently at the Bedales Olivier Theatre on the now traditional date of the weekend after the Spring half-term.

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20 acts consisting of 73 Bedales students, from Blocks 3 (year 9) to 6.2 (upper sixth) performed 36 songs at their annual Rock Show to a sold out audience of students, friends, parents and teachers in the school’s Olivier Theatre.




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