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If you have love fishing, and want to join us for an informal supper to discuss all things fishing, do please come along to our bar supper at the Anglesea Arms in South Kensington.
Places are strictly limited to 12 attendees only, so be sure to book early to avoid disappointment.
Click on the link above for more details.
Click on the link above for further details and registration information for our 2020 OG Borders Dinner at The Townhouse, Melrose
Click on the link for further details and registration information for our 2020 OG Club Scottish Dinner and AGM at the Corinthian Club, Glasgow
The Friends of Glenalmond committee warmly invites parents and staff, OGs and all members of the extended Glenalmond family to join us for a fabulous night on Thursday 23 January to celebrate the Bard.
The format will be very similar to last year's very successful event, starting at 6.45pm in the Glenalmond Recital Hall, with drinks and canapes, followed by a traditional Burns Supper in our fabulous Dining Hall.
Tickets for this event are expected to sell out quickly and will be allocated on a first come, first served-basis.
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.
A ban on mobile phones, and other devices, introduced by Glenalmond College just
over a year ago, is delivering a raft of major benefits.
Pupils at the leading independent school in Perthshire, have benefitted from
increased social interaction and improved ability to focus on school work, during their
first year in a phone-free learning environment.
These benefits are underpinned by the findings of a new Education Scotland report
on Glenalmond, published this month following a visit by HMI inspectors to the
school in November. The outstandingly positive report highlights the good manners
and courteous behaviour of pupils and their clearly-articulated pride in their school,
as well as their exceptional academic performance.
Glenalmond College has announced that Niall Booker will continue for a second, three-year term as Chairman of its Governing Council.
Two new members of the Council have also been announced, with the appointment of David Fox-Pitt MBE and Christopher Reynolds.
Two former Glenalmond College pupils have recently passed out at Sandhurst, having completed an eight-week officer training course, after being selected for a much-sought after Gap Year Commission.
Ben Humphries and Gregor Cochrane, who both left Glenalmond this summer, were selected, while they were still at school, from around 500 applicants.
The Glenalmond pair were among only ten to be selected for the Commissions, following a rigorous selection process. They are now doing a further short course before joining their respective regiments this month.
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.