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  1. Gordonstoun is one of the UK’s top independent schools for boarding and day pupils aged 4 ½ to 18. Gordonstoun has been the world leader in character education for over 80 years and was the birthplace of the Duke of Edinburgh’s Award.

  2. After two years filled with challenge, here at Gordonstoun we are planning for the most joyful summer school ever! Our young people have missed out on so much and with more than 45 years’ experience of providing fantastic summer memories, we have no doubt that our courses will be the inspiring and uplifting summer they deserve.

  3. Gordonstoun is one of the leading full boarding schools in the UK. Our buildings are set within a safe and beautiful 200 acre wooded campus, within walking distance of the expansive beaches of the Moray Firth, and within easy reach of the stunning Scottish Highlands. It is this location which lets us deliver our uniquely broad curriculum of indoor and outdoor learning.

  4. 30/06/2022 · Gordonstoun School hosted their school leavers for a ball at the school orchard to celebrate the 2022 school year. Supplied by Gordonstoun School. The view from the air.

  5. 17/06/2022 · Alex Renton attended three traditional private schools. When he was eight he left home and boarded at Ashdown House, a prep school in East Sussex; a feeder school to Eton College.

  6. 12/04/2021 · Prince Phillip was godfather to the children, and even helped to pay for Max's school fees at Gordonstoun, leading many to believe that Max and Louise were in fact his biological children. Helene denied the affair and in 1996 Max publicly addressed the rumours, saying Phillip was not his father.

  7. › wiki › Kurt_HahnKurt Hahn - Wikipedia

    Kurt Matthias Robert Martin Hahn CBE (5 June 1886, Berlin – 14 December 1974, Hermannsberg) was a German educator.He was decisive in founding, among other organizations and initiatives, Stiftung Louisenlund, Schule Schloss Salem, Gordonstoun, Outward Bound, the Duke of Edinburgh's Award, and the first of the United World Colleges, Atlantic College