School News


Animal Farm

The Glenalmond Drama department is infamous for tackling difficult productions and the College’s version of George Orwell’s Animal Farm was no different....


Glenalmond Cricket Sixes May 2017

The Glenalmond cricket sixes at the weekend were a great success. The weather was on our side and the sun was out. Spectators enjoyed watching some very competent players on the pitches and were treated to a beautiful lunch followed later by a delicious treat-filled afternoon tea.


Sir Christopher Geidt

The recent news of Prince Philip’s retirement was delivered to Palace staff by the former Scots Guard, and now much-trusted Private Secretary to the Queen, OG Sir Christopher Geidt.


Published article by pupil

Glenalmond pupil Edward G, a keen naturalist and son of organic farmers, has had a article published in the New Nature magazine (May edition).


OG cricket match

OG XI v Glenalmond 1st XI, Sunday 30th April 2017 A chilly spring day greeted the OG team to their old stomping ground at Glenalmond, a team this year comprising a mixture of youth, skill, cricketing experience and humour. This has sometimes been a rarity in years gone by, partly down to the various humiliations on the field that have gone before.


CCF Field Day 2017

Pupils took part in a range of activities as part of the CCF Field Day, including visits to the National Museum of Flight and Faslane Naval Base.


Confirmation 2017

A group of pupils were Confirmed in a ceremony at Glenalmond College on Sunday 23 April.


Rising stars in the hockey world

John S and Susannah GF played against Wales during the Easter school holidays. Hockey coach David Stott is delighted to see how well both players are developing their skills and playing at such a good level for their country.


Nice Trip 2017

Sixth Form pupils jet off to Nice for some intensive exam preparation.


Superstar Performance at Perth Concert Hall

The Glenalmond College performance of Jesus Christ Superstar at the Perth Concert Hall was an outstanding occasion, delivering a show which went far beyond the expectations of the packed auditorium.


Glenalmond pupil wins overall Premier Prize at Perform in Perth

Glenalmond musicians have had magnificent success in the recent Perform in Perth Music Festival with an overall win and an impressive line-up of six out of the seven finalists. The Premier Prize was awarded to Alexander W (piano) by adjudicator Liz Childs for his superb performance of Beethoven’s Andante Favori.