It was an absolute pleasure to welcome Frank Gardner, the BBC’s security correspondent, to Dauntsey’s last Tuesday.
On the afternoons of Thursday 8 and Friday 9 February our Careers Department, in conjunction with our Drama Department, assembled sixteen professionals from many different career areas within the world of Performing Arts to put on a number of presentations, workshops, a career carousel and networking.
Congratulations to our team of four Sixth Form mathematicians...
If you go down to the woods today… you might bump into our Lower Sixth Design and Technology, Product Design pupils!
20 International Society pupils as well as staff members spent a fun exeat weekend in London.
On Wednesday 16 January, our Fourth Form pupils spent the afternoon involved in a relaxed and informal careers event which aimed to increase self-awareness (covering personality, skills, interests and values).
It was straight back to business as the top two teams in Division 2 of the Devizes & District Table Tennis League clashed head on in the Sports Hall on the first evening of the new term.
The address, given by our Chaplain the Reverend David Johnson, at our School Carol Services, traditionally marks the end of Dauntsey's Autumn Term.
A cast of 165 pupils, supported by 30 more backstage, or in the band, have delighted sell-out audiences with an energetic and thrilling production of Our House.