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Pupils gather outside Lambert House

Upper School Day

Girls, Fourth Form-Upper Sixth

Lambert House was formed when the single day girls' house grew out of all proportion. It was named after Agnes Lambert, the wife of William Dauntsey, the school's founder. There are more than 60 girls in the House, sharing accommodation with King-Reynolds (the other day girls' house) in a modern purpose-built building, close to the Memorial Hall.

Girls share comfortable and homely common rooms, have separate work rooms for quiet studies and a super kitchen for much needed coffee and toast during the day. Trips are organised by year groups and in recent years; jewellery-making, theatre trips, meals out, ice-skating, quasar, movie nights, bowling (and, of course, shopping) have all proved popular.

The atmosphere is friendly, cheerful and informal, with the Housemistress and tutors all on hand to give advice and guidance - both academic and pastoral - whenever it is needed.

Housemistress - Charlotte Saville

Charlotte took over as Housemistress of Lambert in 2023, having previously tutored in both Rendell and Jeanne. She teaches Drama and Complimentary Curriculum and has directed productions such as ‘School of Rock’ and ‘The Railway Children’. She also coaches Netball and Athletics, and can occasionally be seen singing with the staff band.

Sixth Form

Moving up into Sixth Form is a key milestone in any pupil’s educational journey. 

Pastoral Care

Pastoral care at Dauntsey’s is about striking a balance between care and personal development. 

Our Food

Our primary focus is ensuring that there is an abundance of choice for all pupils, catering for different likes and dislikes, dietary requirements and appetite sizes.