At 11.00am on Armistice Day, St Dunstan’s took part in a small service outside St John’s Church. Students wore their respective cadet uniforms and reflected on the brave who gave up their lives in war and conflict. Year 11 Police Cadet, Emma Berry, lay a wreath representing St Dunstan’s School, on the war memorial outside of the church.
BBC Points West filmed the Armistice Day across the region, including Glastonbury. To see the video please visit the BBC Points West Facebook page or alternativly please visit our Facebook page, St Dunstan's School.
Dorset and Somerset Air Ambulance visits St Dunstan's
On Tuesday 22 September St Dunstan's School had a visit from the Dorset and Somerset Air Ambulance. Students, staff and members of the public had the opportunity to meet the paramedics and pilot, ask questions and look around the helicoptor.
Redgrave have chosen the air ambulance as this years House charity. With kind sponsorship from Tesco in Glatonbury; who supplied the refreshments, and staff kindly baking cakes, the school raised has over £75 for the air ambulance.
St Dunstan's School Prom 2015
Year 11 Examination Support Timetable 2015
For more information on the 2015 exams, please click on the 'Student' drop down menu at the top of this page and click on 'Examination Information'
The year 11 prom was held at Northover Manor, Ilchester on Thursday 2 July. The girls all looked glamorous in their prom dresses and boys all looked striking in their suits.
To view the photos please click here
GCSE Art and Design Exhibition
Our annual exhibition was as vibrant as ever and reflected students' hard work throughout their Art and Design GCSE.
The work this year demonstrated some successful photography and creative use of mixed media.
The design above is a mixed media portrait created by Year 11 student, Hannah Corrigan, and was voted 'Best in Show' by Glastonbury Galleries.
To view the collection of GCSE Art and Design work please click here
Nepal Earthquake Appeal
On Wednesday 6 May, St Dunstan's School held a Mufti Day to raise funds
for the Nepal Earthquake Appeal. The school has also held cake sales and a raffle for the cause.
So far, over £670 has been raised for the Nepal Earthquake Appeal.
I'm a Celebrity teacher
get me out of here!
Students have raised over £205 for their House Charities by holding a Bush Tucker Trial theme. Four teachers (one from each House) volunteered to take part in the event which was organised by the Heads and Deputy Heads of the House. Trials included: placing hands, whilst blindfolded, in a variety of gunge to collect stars, eating a selection of food (chicken giblets, a fish concoction smoothie, fiery chillies, plus other ghastly food). On the final round staff had to answer questions in relation to their oppositions teaching subject. Even if they answered it correctly, each had some unpleasant gunge tipped over their heads, much to the amusement of the students!