Thursday 4 March 2021 Outdoor Learning: is it time to Rewild your Child? Our beautiful campus is undoubtedly one of the key ingredients of what makes our school special. Right in the heart of the city, our pupils reside in 27 acres of green space which is open for play every break time from when they are three to thirteen years old. Muddy knees and flushed faces rush around making memories next to the lake, beneath the canopies of trees, in dens built from sticks and playing chase across lawns and pitches.
Friday 12 February 2021 There's more to music than meets the ear In the second of our new series about what makes Salisbury Cathedral School special, we explore the many benefits of a musical education. Read the blog to find out why the beautiful music that beats in the heart of our school is much more valuable to our children’s development than we often appreciate.
Friday 8 January 2021 Being a Chorister: A Life of Two Halves In the first of a new series about what makes Salisbury Cathedral School special, we focus on our choristers and how they learn so much more than incredible music