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A Glenalmond College minibus driver has this week stepped down from behind the wheel, after two decades of transporting pupils to and from the leading Perthshire independent school.
Willie Simpson, who is also a well-known local farmer and breeder of prize-winning Highland ponies, is retiring from his driving duties. However, he still intends to keep playing at events, including Glenalmond ceilidhs, with his renowned Scottish country dance band.
Glenalmond College has a fleet of liveried vehicles which provide a free transport service for families with children attending the school. The routes covered by Willie and his fellow drivers range from as far afield as Aberfeldy, Auchterarder, Rait, Bridge of Earn, Dunning and Crieff. New bus routes to meet local demand, including Burrelton and Glenfarg, are planned for next year.
One of the highlights of the year at Glenalmond College is the Candlelit Service which is traditionally held at the end of term.
It is incredibly hard to put into words what makes our end of term Candlelit Service so special.
These photographs, taken at Chapel this evening, go some way to conveying the ethereal atmosphere which makes this service one of the standout events in our school calendar for pupils, parents and staff.
Thanks to all involved - what a way to end our term.
At the end of last term, Darcy M (6H) successfully completed her DipLCM Diploma in Music Theatre Performance.
Head of Drama, Charlie Youlten's, production finale was an action-packed was an action-packed jamboree around Wonderland. ‘Promenade performances’ have long been a favoured structure at Glenalmond and ‘Alice’ guests were treated to previously unseen views of the College as they followed actors around campus.
Glenalmond’s senior musical comedy production of the eponymous freaky family leapt from the school stage in an hilarious and moving extravaganza, leaving audiences laughing and crying in equal measure over four packed nights…
Our Inter-House singing competition 'House Shout' took place this weekend
The Glenalmond Drama department is infamous for tackling difficult productions and the College’s version of George Orwell’s Animal Farm was no different....
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.
The Glenalmond College performance of Jesus Christ Superstar at Perth Concert Hall on Friday 24 March is proving to be very popular, and seats are selling fast!
The senior musical is one of the highlights of the Glenalmond school year, and the first performances of Jesus Christ Superstar have confirmed that this year’s show is one of the most exciting and dramatic we have ever staged.
To mark the 400th anniversary of the death of William Shakespeare, Glenalmond Junior pupils took their audience on an exciting promenade performance of five ‘death-themed’ vignettes set in several dramatic locations around the school.
OG Beth Whitaker brings Annie to the local community of Comrie in her directing debut....
Pupil Joss G has secured a place to study at the Royal Academy of Dramatic Arts for 2016.
Glenalmond Fifth Former Hamish H has had a busy summer, having been selected to join the cast of the Youth Music Theatre show The Making of Ali and Nino, at the South Hill Park Arts Centre in Bracknell over the summer.