Stepping up to the challenges of the past year, Robert Gordon’s College has embraced the online delivery of education while faced with adversity.
Mr David Starbuck MA (Hons) PGCE, Acting Head of Albyn School, discusses how boarding could help pupils get back on track this year.
Choosing the right school is so important for your child and making that decision has been made even more difficult with not being able to physically visit schools at the moment.
The core values of Community, Leadership, Curiosity, Innovation and Resilience underpin all that pupils experience at Robert Gordon’s College. This is the DNA of the Gordon’s community and provides pupils with the skills and tools they need to navigate an increasingly complex world.
In January 2019, just 5% of the UK workforce worked from home; three months later we saw a steep incline to 45% working remotely.
Choosing the right school for your daughter, at any stage of her education, is never an easy decision: but it is a vitally important one.
The core values of community, leadership, curiosity, innovation and resilience underpin all that pupils experience at Robert Gordon’s College.
The new school year at St Margaret’s got off to a vibrant start as staff and pupils were reunited in person after months of virtual learning – Scotland’s oldest girls’ school was brought to life once more with the sounds of young people’s joy and laughter!
On August 20, ISA students returned to their school building after almost five months away – but not five months away from school: from March to June, they logged on each morning to their regular lessons, met their teachers and classmates online, even participating in assemblies, concerts, celebrations and clubs far from the physical spaces that would normally have contained all these activities.
Albyn School is a co-educational day and boarding school partnered with the Total French School for pupils aged 2-18 in the west-end of Aberdeen.
The core values of Community, Leadership, Curiosity, Innovation and Resilience underpin all that pupils experience at Robert Gordon’s College.
When St Margaret’s welcomed pupils back to school last August, little did they know that they would be entering one of the most unusual and extraordinary times in the school’s 175-year history.
The International School Aberdeen community is thriving in both virtual and actual environments – here’s how.
Giving children the best possible start to their education can have lifelong benefits. And the staff at Robert Gordon’s College strive to provide that great start.