Having now completed their GCSEs, our Fifth Form have been keeping busy with a range of non-curriculum courses, as part of their post-GCSE programme.
Lower Sixth pupils recently engaged in a practical physics lesson to illustrate the effect of gravity on a projectile’s motion by using the classic physics demonstration, the Monkey and the Hunter experiment.
On Wednesday 10 February, Dauntsey’s Classics department hosted its second Oxford University Classics webinar, in collaboration with Oxford outreach (@OxfordClassics)
What is happening in remote learning for our Latin pupils.
Gravity industries, with some guidance from Dauntsey’s Physics Department, have developed a GCSE and A level teaching resource.
This week saw First Form Latin pupils take to their togas for some courtroom drama.
Upper Sixth Formers and staff at Dauntsey’s are celebrating a superb set of Extended Project Qualification (EPQ) results with 25% gaining an A* grade and 91% receiving A*- B grades. A total of 55 students submitted an EPQ.
Last week, our 12 Lower Sixth Art Historians were the first group to scale the tower at Salisbury Cathedral since before lockdown!
This term has seen the return of our cookery courses led by Peter Vaughan of Vaughan’s Kitchen, Devizes.