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A very warm welcome to Andy Heron who has joined Glenalmond as our new Head of Learning Support.
Mr Heron takes over this important role after working as Principal Teacher of Pupil Support in Additional Support Needs at Kinlochleven Primary and Secondary School, near Glencoe where he worked for the past four years.
Our GCSE Drama pupils have been delighted to get back on stage this week to rehearse for their exam performance of ‘Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-time’.
Our GCSE girls have also been enjoying trying on their costumes for ‘The Prime of Miss Jean Brodie’.
Our Director of Sport, Graham Smith (affectionately known as Smudge), is looking forward to the Trinity term and to pupils getting back to school and sports and the mental and physical health benefits that will bring.
In this short blog, he reassures any pupils who may have lost some fitness during Lockdown, that they will very quickly find themselves becoming much fitter with a term ahead full of sport, activities and, most importantly, great fun!
Our little, eco-friendly, branded car is the perfect vehicle to lead families interested in a Glenalmond education through our grounds! You can enjoy a COVID-safe, drive through tour of our 300 acre campus taking in our magnificent Front Avenue, our beautiful Quad, our boarding houses, Library, Chapel, Golf Hub, rugby and lacrosse pitches and our fantastic astro pitches.
Our very best wishes to two pupils, current and former, who are taking part in a very important swimming trials event this week.
Katherine B in Lower Sixth will be competing at the British Swimming Selection Trials this week where swimmers are hoping to achieve consideration times for the Tokyo Olympics.
Katherine will be competing in the 800m freestyle on Thursday and 400m freestyle on Friday.
Former Glenalmond pupil Tobermory MacKay-Champion is also competing on Friday morning in the 200m breaststroke.
Welcome to issue four of Floreat, the e-newsletter dedicated to Glenalmond's global community of former pupils.
The theme for this year's Glenalmond Big Draw challenge was "Springwatch". With the rebirth of nature, spring is often a huge source of inspiration for artists and so, as a school community, we got together to show what spring means to us. Our Art Department was very pleased with the number of entries this year and also with the innovative interpretations of the theme. Well done to all who entered - you have put us all in the spirit of spring and fresh starts!
As part of the #ExpressYourselfInLockdown initiative launched on social media by the British Council, we invited our linguists to create a video or audio file in which they had to perform in French or Spanish.
Our Head of Modern Languages, Dr Caroline Murie, described the excellent response of young Glenalmond Linguists to the challenge.
"We don’t just teach students to be artists, we teach them to be inquisitive, to be powerful observers of life and with their ideas, to act and to create."
Something which is often observed about the Artwork at Glenalmond is how different the work is compared to other schools, how the work is truly personal and shows the passions of each student.
Our Head of Art, Keir Downey, explains why he thrives on this and highlights why Art as a subject remains highly relevant to young people in modern society.
We are delighted to be able to offer two Easter camps for children with some golf experience, aged 10 - 11 (or younger if they have had suitable golfing experience).
The camps will be led by our Head of Golf, Tim Mitchell, and will run as follows: March 29 - April 2 (inclusive) and April 5 - 9 (inclusive) from 9.30am to 3.30pm.