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.
I hope our website gives you a sense of what it’s like to be at Dauntsey’s and whether your son or daughter would be happy here.
We have assembled a fascinating array of speakers for our 2018/2019 lecture series, covering topics ranging from adventure, history, space flight, journalism and sport.
Parents and pupils often remark on the warm and welcoming atmosphere at Dauntsey’s; but what is the secret of Dauntsey's positive and distinctive spirit?
We hope that our website portrays the warmth,
energy and spirit of our community. It should give you a flavour of Dauntsey's and a sense of the pride we have in the achievements of our pupils.
Essential School information for parents can be found here.
Please do come and see Dauntsey's for yourself; we will be delighted to welcome you.
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.
The sixth Form instrumental competition was a superb affair this year.
On the morning of 11 November, the Daunstey’s community came together for a service of Remembrance marking 100 years since the end of conflict in the First World War.
Congratulations to Izzy for her performance of 'Your Daddy’s Son' (from ‘Ragtime’) by Stephen Flaherty which won the Lower School Music Competition.
17 years after first being staged here at Dauntsey’s, Edgar Allen Poe’s gothic horror story “The Fall of the House of Usher” was once again performed to appreciative audiences.
A Play written and directed by one of our Sixth Form pupils.
45 pupils from Fourth Form to Upper Sixth performed in the highly energetic and exciting Upper School Dance Show 'Step Up', an adaptation of the well known film.
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.
Adventure is an important strand of an education at Dauntsey’s - trying new activities, pushing your boundaries and working together to meet every challenge. The effect can be transformative.
We hope you enjoy our collection of short films which are intended to demonstrate the energy and spirit of Dauntsey's ...
Our world famous, gaff-rigged pilot cutter