News and Forthcoming Events
Life at Glenalmond is always busy, and this is where you will find all the latest news, galleries and notification of forthcoming events.
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Glenalmond Gala Concert
Thursday 19 March 2015
This term's junior inter-house debating kicked off with the weighty topic of whether the teaching of Shakespeare should be compulsory in schools.
Barbi Arnaud, an Educational Psychologist, joined us in Lothian for the first presentation in this year's "Inspiring Women" series.
OG Malcolm McQueen very generously donated a valuable bronze bust of Queen Elizabeth 11 for permanent display in Glenalmond’s library. The story was picked up by The Scotsman and the accompanying photo featured current Lower Sixth pupils Kayleigh Donaldson and Erica Tsoi.
Members of Lower and Upper Sixth complete their Silver Duke of Edinburgh ...
Solo Piping Success at Glenalmond
The Reid's Review newsletter is now available to download.
Emily Jarron to be selected for National Girls' Choir of Scotland.
Work started on the development of Neish's, despite the weather,
on Monday 12th January 2015.
Perth and Kinross select two Glenalmond Pupils for their under 18 and under 16 Golf teams.
OG Dallas Campbell (Patchell’s 1983-88) certainly knows his stuff! Featured in episode seven of BBC Celebrity Mastermind during the festive 2014 break, under the watchful eye of veteran presenter John Humphrys, Campbell went on to earn twelve points and no passes – a “perfect round” said Humphrys - on his specialist subject, German Director and screenwriter Werner Herzog.
Sixteen Fifth and Sixth Form Biology and Geography pupils went to Costa Rica during the winter school holidays. They had the opportunity to explore volcanoes, jungles and geothermal pools as part of their studies.
Pupil achieves a place to run at Holyrood for the Inter District Cross-Country race this January ....
OG brothers create Scotland's first potato vodka
It's all in the family at Arisaig House as everyone celebrates Christmas together.
The Duke of Argyll (Patchell’s 1981-86), Torquhil Campbell, and his wife Eleanor featured in a recent BBC programme charting the inside dealings of the world’s oldest magazine, Tatler.
Good luck to former pupil George Smith, hoping to get a Rugby Blue for Cambridge in a Varsity match at Twickenham.
The ski team did really well at yesterday's Scottish Snowsports Ski Cross Competition and came 8th overall ...
Nine girls from Glenalmond raced at the Scottish Schools’ Road Race in Falkirk.
The senior girls team - led home by Annie Porter and followed by Laura Godfrey-Faussett, Beth Stephen, Isla Graham and Marina Morgan – finished sixth in the team event.
Congratulations to the 34 pupils who achieved certificates in the Senior Maths Challenge. This is the highest ever number of awards received by the school.