Spring Term 2017

Welcome to Year 2

Year 2 pupils get their heads down to work

The Junior School opened its doors to a new Year 2 class at the start of the term.  Four six year old pupils joined a class led by form teacher, Mrs Csenki who is closely supported by an experienced classroom assistant, Mrs MacPherson.  Mrs Csenki is delighted with her new charges who are settling in well and becoming familiar figures around campus as they head off to use the school's facilities. They are quickly making friends with their Year 3 classmates and their arrival in the school has had an immediate effect on the rest of the pupils who have welcomed them with open arms and great enthusiasm.

Time to read   With a good book   The Year 2/3 class out and about

There is an opportunity for any pupils interested in joining Gordonstoun in Years 2, 3 or 4 (age 5-8) to take part in a taster morning on Friday 10 February, when they will have a chance to get a flavour of what it would be like to be at Gordonstoun.  For more information please email the Admissions department on admissions@gordonstoun.org.uk


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