Guy King-Reynolds, Head Master of Dauntsey’s School from 1969 to 1985, died on 9 March 2018 at the age of 94.
Twenty-six Art and Art History pupils enjoyed four inspiring days in the vibrant city of Florence, at the start of the Easter holidays.
On 24 March, 37 Lower School pupils plus eight staff and family set out on the long journey to Pila in Northern Italy for a great week’s skiing.
An adaptation of the classic story written by E. Nesbit, The Railway Children was originally performed in 2008 in association with the National Railway Museum.
Manor's Got Talent was an action packed night at the Lower School boarding house, The Manor.
Thursday 8 March 2018 saw the arrival, at Dauntsey’s, of Jo Fairley, Green & Black’s Co-Founder, Speaker and leading entrepreneur, for the latest in the Mercer’s Lecture series.
On Wednesday 7 March, the whole school came together for our Commemoration Service.
The few nights that 2018’s U6th history students shared in the centre of Paris was a weekend few of us shall ever forget.
Rockfest was met with a welcoming reaction once again this year. The concert was split into two performances as so many pupils signed up to perform in the event, all limited to a four minute set.