Dauntsey's celebrates its 475th Anniversary

On Saturday 11 March, the school commemorated the 475th anniversary of our founding by William Dauntsey.

The Master of the Mercer's Company was with us for the service along with a number of School Governors and Old Dauntseians. The Venerable Alan Jeans preached on the question of 'what do you want to be remembered for?' and considered the positive effect that each of us can have on the world.

The school anthem - Stanford's Te Deum - was sung with great volume and confidence, a reflection of the hymn practices led my Mr Harris during the term. The choir also contributed to the atmosphere and dignity of such an important service within our school year.

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