First Form pupil, Bella, has written a story about the Journey of the Three Kings.
A cast of 160 pupils, supported by more than 30 technical crew and band members, have delighted sell-out audiences with a challenging, energetic and exciting production of In the Heights.
On Thursday 21 November Dauntsey’s welcomed the inspirational Ant Middleton, best known from being chief instructor on the Channel 4 show, SAS: Who Dares Wins.
Living with Lady Macbeth, a comedy by Rob John, was staged at Dauntsey’s last week over a three day run.
Renowned historians Alison Weir and Siobhan Clarke gave a highly entertaining and informative lecture based on their book, A Tudor Christmas.
On Thursday 7 November, Dauntsey’s was fortunate to have Ian Robertson, ex-rugby commentator, to the School.
Many congratulations to Old Dauntseian Grace Payne-Kumar who has come second in the Young Fine Artist Award category for her work, Portrait of Niccolo at the Scottish Portrait Awards.
This October Half Term was a definitely a different experience for those of us that travelled to North-Eastern France and Belgium to the former battlefields of World War One.
From over 45 performances, eight pupils were invited to perform in the final of the Lower School Music Competition on the evening of Tuesday 22 October.