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About Gordonstoun

Gordonstoun is one of the few remaining full boarding schools in the UK for approximately 550 boys and girls from ages 6-18. 

Junior pupils enter the Junior School from age 6 and can make a smooth transfer to the senior school at age 13. Approximately one third of the School’s students come from overseas, representing 40 nationalities, and this helps create an important mix of language and culture. 

The educational programme is fully inclusive with all students being offered a programme of study based on four distinct educational principles: Challenge, Service, Internationalism and Responsibility.   Students are challenged academically, physically and emotionally and the opportunities available to them – some of which are genuinely unique -  provide them with significant life-shaping experiences.  

Find our more about the unique Gordonstoun curriculum here.

A Secure and Peaceful Environment

Set within a safe and beautiful 200-acre wooded campus only a mile from the Moray Firth and eight miles from the nearby town of Elgin, we are able to take full advantage of our spectacular location to deliver a distinctively balanced curriculum. With its temperate climate, Moray and the Moray Firth offer the best of everything Scottish - the sandy beaches of the Moray coast and the more rugged terrain of the Scottish hills. The cities of Inverness and Aberdeen with their international airports are within easy reach.

 


Latest News & Alerts

Geography Fieldtrip
Geography Fieldtrip

The Geography department took 41 students with four staff to study the physical changes in the characteristics of the River Findhorn

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Year 12 Expedition
Year 12 Expedition

At the weekend over fifty new Year 11 and new Year 12 students participated in their first curriculum expedition at Gordonstoun.

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Model United Nations Conference
Model United Nations Conference

Last weekend a group of Gordonstoun students from Years 12 and 13 travelled to Robert Gordon’s College in Aberdeen with Mr Dunlop to take part in a Model United Nations Conference.

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News from the Junior School - Week 3
News from the Junior School - Week 3

Read the latest news from the Junior School

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