The Gordonstoun Volunteer Unit was called out on Tuesday to a significant gorse / grass fire in the Covesea Links area of the Moray Firth coast.
International Co-ordinator, Mr Schonken, has been organising some trips for the eighteen 14 and 15 year old students on exchange this term
At a recent Fire Service training session, the Unit had a visit from the water carrier which is based at Buckie.
Catering Services Manager, Julie Broadhurst, Catering Co-ordinator, Kirsty Taylor, recently joined caterers from across the length and breadth of Scotland at the 10th HealthyLiving Awards at Trades Hall in Glasgow.
Her Royal Highness The Princess Royal recently visited Gordonstoun to attend a re-dedication service to celebrate the 50th anniversary of St Christopher’s Chapel
The Geography Department has recently returned from an invigorating and extremely useful fieldtrip to London to study the Queen Elizabeth’s Olympic Park and the Dockland site
Our most recent senior production in Ogstoun Theatre has been Bertolt Brecht’s The Caucasian Chalk Circle.
During the Half-term holiday a group of dance and music students went to Malaysia and Singapore on tour.
208 runners, at least eight First Aid Service personnel and up to twenty students from the Combined Outdoor Service acting as marshals took part in the recent inter-House cross country competition
Gordonstoun's Art technician, Matthew Wells, has an art exhibition "The Violet Hour" opening at His Majesty's Theatre, Aberdeen on Monday 20 February.
Gordonstoun recently welcomed Bishop Mark Strange and the Rev Jenny Adams to The Michael Kirk for our annual confirmation service.
Peia, Lawrence and Jamie attended this year's European Round Square conference in Transylvania College, Romania, whose theme was re-thinking leadership.
Last weekend saw true winter conditions in the mountains for the first time this year.
Read reports on January's Sixth Form Lectures
On Tuesday 32 students were introduced to the Royal Navy and Royal Marines by eight serving members of the armed forces
Two Burns’ Suppers were held in the Rectory on Saturday evening followed by a whole school Ceilidh in the sports hall.
A group of intrepid mountain bikers embarked on a fantastic weekend of skills development last weekend.
The beach has proved to be a popular venue in the last few days...
Snow has been in short supply this winter, adversely affecting this term's outdoor education and learning programme.
Last week Gordonstoun welcomed 19 incoming exchange students from such places as South Africa, New Zealand, Australia, Canada, Colombia, Kenya, the USA and Germany.
A quick round-up of happenings around the school during the first few days of the new term.