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.
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.
February half term saw 44 of our Classics enthusiasts (from Second Form through to Sixth Form) embark on a six-day adventure to Greece.
Excitement reached fever pitch as the curtain rose on the third annual Primary Schools Dance Show earlier in the term.
They say that a change is as good as a rest and so our International Society sought out a change of scenery for their Exeat weekend and headed up to Edinburgh.
In early December a very brave team of Sixth Formers gave up their lunch break to visit the Reception class at DAPS and lead a Philosophy session.
Pupils and staff from across the whole school engaged in a series of different services, forums and prayers to mark national Inter Faith week earlier in the month.
We were delighted to welcome Reverend Richard Coles to Dauntsey's as the final Mercers' Lecture speaker of 2022.
Earlier this week, Lower School was treated to a performance from Swindon based theatre company, Prime Theatre, when they came in and performed their new production of Windrush Girl.
Zoe Bayliss Wong was met by an engaged and inspired audience last week, as she discussed sustainability, fashion and achieving success in the boardroom.