There was not a seat spare in the Memorial Hall, as the first speaker of the Spring Term took to the stage. Clare Balding was one of the most highly anticipated speakers that Dauntsey’s has welcomed, and she did not disappoint.
Last week, six pupils from Dauntsey’s took part in the Cranmer Awards heat for the northern part of the Diocese of Salisbury in St John’s Church, Devizes.
This term's Mercers' Lectures came to a close with a captivating and educational talk from Tomasz Schafernaker to a packed Memorial Hall.
Dauntsey’s would like to announce that Head Master, Mark Lascelles, will be taking on a new Headship at Epsom College from 1 September 2024. This is a fantastic opportunity for Mark, and we all wish him well in this new role.
Whether a sailor or not, listening to Pip Hare talk as part of the Mercers' Lecture Programme was a true privilege.
Earlier this term, our International Society broke away from the countryside and headed to the bright lights of London for the first Exeat weekend of the term.
We were honoured to welcome Professor Robert Winston to Dauntsey’s to speak to a packed Memorial Hall for the first Mercers’ Lecture of the 2023/24 season.
This summer saw a team of 23 Dauntsey’s pupils and staff head to Romania for the first time since 2019.
It was an honour to welcome the Royal Marines to Dauntsey’s last week for an afternoon of workshops, Q and A sessions and importantly, cricket!
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!