Blundell’s School had five Ten Tors Teams who completed the gruelling Ten Tors challenge.
Under 15s National Cup: Blundell's v Marlborough College
This Easter, three crews from the Blundell’s Kayak Racing Squad were able to take part in the world famous Devizes to Westminster canoe race.
White blazers are awarded to pupils who achieve Full Colours in three areas of the school.
Our Head of Pre-Prep Mrs Clifford shares a sensory story time for the community.
Congratulations to Dan, Ben and Will who have been selected for the Exeter Chiefs DPP U18 Academy Programme. It's great to see our strong connections with Exeter Chiefs continue.
The carol service in Exeter Cathedral is always one of the highlights of the school calendar and this year certainly did not disappoint.
Music ignites all areas of child development and skills, including intellectual, social, emotional and motor language. It enhances good concentration and develops listening skills so that the child can achieve academically in all areas of the curriculum.
Blundell’s is ideally situated, with Junction 27 of the M5 and Tiverton Parkway mainline railway station being just 6 minutes away.
The historic city of Exeter is half an hour away and the School is surrounded by the green and lush hills of Mid-Devon.
The pretty village of Croyde is widely regarded at the surfing capital of North Devon. Flanked by the impressive Putsborough, Saunton Sands and Woolacombe beaches, this area is fantastic for taking school trips affording Blundell’s pupils a chance to surf or just enjoy a great day out by the seaside.
Dartmoor’s 386 miles really does have something for everyone, from castle ruins, myths and legends to endless opportunities for walking, cycling, horse riding and hiking. The moor is used extensively by the Blundell’s CCF contingent, Duke of Edinburgh participants and 10 Tors teams for hiking and camping.
Located on the south coast of Devon, the Exe Estuary boasts some fantastic features; it is an internationally renowned site for habitats and wildlife and has beautiful Blue Flag beaches. Blundellians regularly use various locations on the estuary for activities such as Sailing, Canoeing and Kayaking.
Starting at Exmouth, the Jurassic Coast is a hugely diverse and beautiful landscape underpinned by geological features of global importance. It remains England’s only natural UNESCO World Heritage site and offers a host of wonderful opportunities for field trips, particularly in Geography, Geology and Biology.
Within its 267 square mile boundary, Exmoor has a unique landscape of moorland, woodland, valleys and farmland, bordered on its northern edge by soaring cliffs and rugged coastline. It offers stunning and challenging conditions for the CCF and Duke of Edinburgh expeditions.
Blundell’s pupils really enjoy their day trips to Exeter, whether canoeing, climbing or Dragon Boat Racing at the Quay, or wandering the shops and eateries. The magnificent Cathedral is one of the foremost attractions of the city, and this is the venue for the Blundell’s biennial Carol Concert.