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One of the great joys and benefits of a boarding education is the fact that there is the time and the space to offer a rich array of opportunities which enable young people to grow and develop and explore the person they are. They develop passions and interests, they develop their character and they learn to play a positive part in a community – all things that will help them to lead a happy and fulfilled life.

  • Rossall School Black History Month in English

    Over the past weeks, sixth form Farrell Society students researched and prepared a talk which was then delivered to year seven and eight English Society pupils on Tuesday. The presentation titled 'Black Writers' was delivered in recognition of Black History Month; the pupils were tasked with analysing two poems: 'Equality' by Maya Angelou and 'Sorrow Home' by Margaret Walker. Using...

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  • BBC Young Chorister of the Year 2021

    For the second year running Songs of Praise and Radio 2 are joining together to celebrate the contribution made by young people to choirs and music groups across the UK and find the BBC Young Chorister of the Year 2021. Mila is one of just 10 outstanding young singers (five girls and five boys) who have been selected by a panel...

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  • Evensong Wednesday 13th October – Cancelled

    In our most recent newsletter, we announced guests would be able to attend Evensong for the first time since the pandemic began. Sadly, tonight's planned Evensong has had to be postponed. Our next Evensong service is planned for Wednesday 3rd November, 6.30pm

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  • Dauntsey’s Jolie Brise wins the ASTO Small Ships Race

    Photograph shows: Jolie Brise, Dauntsey’s Tall Ship, who took first place in the 2021 ASTO Small Ships Race Dauntsey’s Tall Ship, Jolie Brise, has retained the Aurora Cup, winning the ASTO Small Ships Race. Crewed by pupils with the support of more experienced sailors, the ship was first to cross the finish line, in spite of challenging weather conditions, in...

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  • Frewen is a Finalist in the ISA School Awards- Senior School of the Year Award & ISA Award for Outstanding Learning Support

    Founded in 1878, the Independent Schools Association is one of the oldest of the independent schools’ organisations. The ISA Awards take place annually and recognise the breadth of quality and provision in independent education across the country. Mr Goodman, Principal of Frewen College, said: “We are delighted to be in the top 3 national finalists for two categories, and to...

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  • Adventurer and TV Presenter Simon Reeve Launches Dauntsey’s Lecture Series

    Simon presented his lecture to pupils, staff, parents and members of the local community. Tipped as the new David Attenborough, Simon is an ambassador for the World Wildlife Fund, a best-selling author and presenter of multiple BBC television series, having travelled in more than 110 countries. During his lecture, Simon spoke about his difficult upbringing in West London and his...

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  • Skiing Medal Success for Forres Sandle Manor Pupils

    Team member Samuel (centre) ended up taking first place in the championship Under 10 race while Ingrid (pictured right) and Mar+na (leI) took to the slopes next. Having only skied on real show in their native Norway and Spain, they completed speedy runs in the Under 14 slalom, securing 4th and 5th place respec+vely and bringing home medals for the...

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  • Clubs Take Off at Dauntsey’s

    The Clubs fall into three broad categories: Academic and extra-curricular. Options include Debating, Chess, Drama, Languages, Dance, Cookery, Art and History or Geography lectures from visiting speakers Sports and adventure. Clubs provide extra coaching in all the sports you would expect, but also in some more unusual activities including Archery, Street Dance, Fencing and Equestrian, to name just a few....

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