Dauntsey's Equestrian Team have had an incredible year, with three teams qualifying to compete at the National Schools Eventers' Challenge Championships at the hallowed turf of Hickstead, which took place at the end of May.
The sun was out, the grass freshly mowed, the commentators poised at the ready and tensions high. It could only mean one thing, Farmer Boules Charity Competition had arrived!
Real world science came to the forefront this term as the Biology Department nurtured and monitored a dozen blue eggs in the department’s incubator.
Dauntsey's have had a super start to the athletics season, with both the boys' and girls' teams winning this year's Lutra Shield.
Over the Easter break, a number of our GCSE and A Level French pupils enjoyed a busy and educational week in the South of France.
This year marked the formation of a Boys’ Contemporary Dance Company at Dauntsey’s and at the end of the Spring Term the Company took to the stage for their first performance, Delirium.
It was once again the time of year for First Form pupils to test their creativity and imagination and enter into the battle to win the Shakespeare Cup!
Today, our school community came together to commemorate 481 years of Dauntsey’s. We celebrated the founding of our school and its rich history, but we also celebrated the future of the school and each and every one of the students we have.
February half-term saw 39 of our Middle School skiers head to Mont Tremblant, Canada for a week’s worth of snow-filled fun!
Celebrating the achievements of all members of our community is an important aspect of life at Dauntsey’s, but today, on International Women’s Day, we would like to celebrate the women of Dauntsey’s and specifically our very own award-winning sailor, Harriet Steptoe.