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A very warm welcome to Arran Butterworth who joined Glenalmond recently as Learning Support Teaching Assistant & Sports Coach.
Arran studied Sports Science with a focus on Outdoor Activities at Bangor University and was able to share his main sporting passion of hockey in coaching as well as captaining 1st teams to various cup finals. He received Blues from the University in recognition.
With overwhelming positive feedback after the first week of Glenalmond's online teaching programme, Coll@Home is back in business, thanks to the hard work and enthusiasm of everyone involved. Mrs Jenny Davey, our Subwarden (Academic), explains why it is working so well.
Glenalmond College Director of Theatre, Liz Moss, and the pupils and staff involved in the whole-school production of Epicene invite you to join them for the premiere of "Epicene the Movie".
The wellbeing of our pupils and staff remains our top priority along with the continuity of our very high standard of education.
Glenalmond embraced the challenge of online learning in spring 2020 and we were delighted with the feedback we received from pupils, parents and others.
We are fully confident, as we move into this new phase of online learning, that we will be able to deliver an excellent standard of education for pupils via the online route.
We have produced this Coll@Home Guide for Parents to provide information about the online programme we are looking forward to delivering.
Following the announcement this afternoon (Jan 4) by the First Minister of Scotland, Glenalmond College has written to all parents to update them on the measures which have been put in place.
Scotland will enter a period of Lockdown from Midnight today (January 4th) as a precautionary measure and this will remain in place until January 31st.
In line with today's announcement, Glenalmond College has moved to online learning from 11th January, until 1st February.
As we count down to 2021, we hope you can join us to celebrate the start of the New Year.
Please join us for a lovely performance by Meredith K and Abigail S and at midnight we will be sharing a performance of Highland Cathedral from our Pipe Band by the Rover Almond, which flows through the 300 acre grounds of Glenalmond.
Thank you for joining us for our Service of Nine Lessons and Carols. Our traditional Candlelit Service is one of the most poignant events in the school calendar and a Service our current pupils very much look forward to and our former pupils have very fond memories of.
We have adapted our usual service to ensure it is COVID-safe for all involved and we very much hope you enjoy joining us this evening in our beautiful Chapel, Library, Dining Hall and Front Quad.
A rarely-performed play which was first staged in London after an 18-month plague 400 years ago has been brought back to the stage by Glenalmond College.
Glenalmond is one of very few schools in the UK to stage a play in the midst of restrictions and allow pupils to experience fully a performance while adhering to COVID-safe measures.
The show - which will not be seen by a live audience - is Epicene, the 1609 Renaissance comedy by Ben Jonson.
The play was originally performed after a long period when London theatres were closed due to the plague, so the timing of its Glenalmond revival chimes keenly with the present day.
Welcome to issue two of Floreat, the e-newsletter dedicated to Glenalmond's global OG community.