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.
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 2019/2020 lecture series, covering topics ranging from adventure, history, music, sport, baking, farming and politics.
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.
Living with Lady Macbeth, a comedy by Rob John, was staged at Dauntsey’s last week over a three day run.
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.
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.
The Art School Summer Exhibition was again enjoyed by many, the glorious weather allowing for guests to spill into the gardens with canapé and wine glass in hand, whilst listening to some beautiful pieces played on the piano.
Over the course of 5 evenings two casts, made up over 80 pupils, performed Danny Champion of the World in the Memorial Hall.
This week, more than 95 pupils took part in Dauntsey’s Dance Showcase; a celebration of dance featuring 22 different performances from all of our dance clubs, GCSE and A Level lessons that run throughout the year.
We have been busy in our Music Department over the last few weeks.
The Pillowman, a dark drama by Martin McDonagh, was staged here at Dauntsey’s last week over a three night run.
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