Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year from All at Gordonstoun
Thirty-seven teams -148 teenagers - took part in the inter-Hiouse cross country relays earlier in the week.
Yet another exciting Let’s Dance took place in the penultimate week of the term, 15 weeks of hard work culminated in an exciting and emotive show performed over three nights.
Today (Tuesday 29 November), people from around the world will participate in what is called “Giving Tuesday”, a growing, global movement to celebrate giving and to give back to the causes and charities we care about.
On Monday 28 November at 7.30pm, acclaimed solo piper, Fred Morrison, will play in a concert at Gordonstoun’s Ogstoun Theatre.
It’s been another exciting week in the Drama Department with Year 13 students presenting a number of plays.
The Year 11 students took part in a Sixth Form Convention, to support their choices at A-Levels, and make the move up to Sixth Form a little more real.
Gordonstoun held its Annual Service of Remembrance on the morning of Sunday 13 November in St Christopher’s Chapel.
The junior girls began the annual Gordonstoun “wetfest” on Sunday afternoon starting the inter-HouseSswimming Gala with the 4x25 Medley relay event which set the tone for the afternoon
... Gunpowder, Treason and Plot. We see no reason why gunpowder treason should ever be forgot!
The Board of Governors announce the appointment of a progressive new leadership team for Gordonstoun.
The new Year 9 students experienced their first House expedition at the weekend along with their Year 10 House mates
The Geography Department took 28 A-Level students to the Cairngorms to study glaciation.
On 30 September Gordonstoun once again took part in the World's Biggest Coffee Morning in aid of the Macmillan Cancer Support.
Over 40 new Year 12 students recently participated in their first curriculum expedition at Gordonstoun.
Hopeman Cub Scout Pack recently did their First Aider badges
It was wonderful to be able to welcome OG and double Olympic gold medal winner Heather Stanning back to Gordonstoun
Gordonstoun’s contribution to The Great British Beach Clean 2016 was to clear rubbish from Hopeman beach last Saturday afternoon.
It was break-time with a difference today as all the students and staff from the Junior and Senior schools gathered on the South Lawn to celebrate Peace One Day.
The Conservation Service started a new project at Abbeyside Nursing Home in Elgin.
Recent Year 12 art classes have been on trip to Hopeman to gather resources for their AS project entitled ‘Coast’.
Our time in Ethiopia was an experience we won’t be forgetting in a long time.
The Week has awarded Gordonstoun Best School for All-Rounders in their Independent Schools' Guide 2016.
At the end of the Summer term twenty students, Mrs Barton and Mr Schonken flew out to Chiang Mai via Bangkok to embark on the Thailand Water Project 2016.
As part of their Induction Programme all fifty-nine Year 9 students participated in their first Gordonstoun Expedition.
At the start of term fifty-nine students entered Year 9 and spent their first week getting to know each other and familiarising themselves with Gordonstoun.
Going on a rugby tour is always a wonderful experience but a tour to South Africa is particularly special.
A visit to the Land of Fire and Ice will always draw up impressions of impressive views and fabulous experiences as well as amazing geography; it did not fail to live up to its reputation.
The girls' pre-season training got off to very positive start with 16 keen, energetic girls ready to tackle the weekend ahead.
A very good year for Gordonstoun A-Level and GCSE results.