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.
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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?
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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.
Rockfest was met with a welcoming reaction once again this year. The concert was split into two performances as so many pupils signed up to perform in the event, all limited to a four minute set.
This week, more than 200 pupils took part in Dauntsey’s annual Lower School Dance Show.
A cast of 150 Dauntsey’s pupils, supported by a large backstage crew and full orchestra has delighted sell-out audiences with an inspiring and dramatic production of Les Misérables, the hugely successful stage adaptation of the novel by French poet and novelist Victor Hugo.
The music ensembles and Dauntsey’s Choral Society gathered on Thursday 17 November for a sparkling evening of performances from all the large ensembles across all ages of the school and the Dauntsey’s Choral Society.
On November 9, Dauntsey’s hosted the highly anticipated Jazz Night in the Pavilion. It was an amazing display of musical talent which was thoroughly enjoyed by all the parents, pupils and staff who attended.
Based on the critically acclaimed book by Malorie Blackman, Noughts and Crosses was first brought to life by Dominic Cooke and the RSC in 2007. Unable to put race at the core of our production, we focused on the deep divisions that are ever-present in today’s society.
Betrayed by my Mind is a piece of theatre conceived and directed by Upper Sixth pupil Charlie Hinton, that ran here at Dauntsey's for three days from Monday 2 October.
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 ...
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