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Andrew McClellan, Duffus 1975 - Professor of Art History, Tufts University

02/01/18
As a university-based art historian for the last thirty years, I would say my life has been spent in the art world more than in the arts ...  I love what I do and I owe Gordonstoun a good deal for putting me on my way.

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John Barton, Round Square 1962 - Chairman of EasyJet

29/12/17
Fifty years ago Gordonstoun was very different from today. There were no girls, no Sports Centre, no grand Chapel.

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Isabel Oakeshott, Windmill 1992, Political Journalist and Commentator

22/12/17

THEY say that of all the senses, smell has the greatest power to transport you to the past. Stepping into the chapel at Gordonstoun one damp Friday morning in September, I was overwhelmed by an extraordinary sense that I had never left.

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Active Revision
Gordonstoun Active Revision Course April 2018

The course delivers dynamic subject-specific sessions for the GCSE English Language, Mathematics and Science examinations, alongside a selection of active sessions requiring movement, skill and co-ordination.

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News from the Junior School - Week 1
News from the Junior School - Week 1

Read the latest news from The Junior School - Welcome back, Hitting the Slopes, The Highland Games and A Wonderful Wedding

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Inter-House Cross-Country Relays
Inter-House Cross-Country Relays

In the recent inter-House cross-country relay race 33 teams (132 teenagers) ran in a challenging event on a particularly cold afternoon,

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News from the Junior School - Week 14
News from the Junior School - Week 14

Read the latest news from the Junior school including A Treat at Chapel Service, Year 2/3 Pen Pals, Green Group Not Wasting Time and A Special Assembly...

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Winter Charity Ball
Winter Charity Ball

Last Saturday the Year 10s organised the annual Winter Ball, which was held in the Sixth Form Centre.

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