St Mary's Music School A GSG School
- St Mary's Music School
25 Grosvenor Crescent
- Head: Dr Kenneth Taylor
- T 0131 538 7766
- F 0131 467 7289
- E info@st-marys-…c-school.co.uk
- W www.st-marys-m…c-school.co.uk
- A mainstream independent school for pupils aged from 9 to 19
- Boarding: Yes
- Local authority: Edinburgh, City of
- Pupils: 80
- Religion: Non-denominational
- Fees: individually assessed
- Open days: October
- Review: View The Good Schools Guide Review
What The Good Schools Guide says..
During our visit (break time) four really quite small people came out to the playground, one fell and was immediately surrounded (not sure about tears) by her own peer group and some elder children who were close by, who picked...
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What The Good Schools Guide saysDuring our visit (break time) four really quite small people came out to the playground, one fell and was immediately surrounded (not sure about tears) by her own peer group and some elder children who were close by, who picked her up and escorted her back inside. Now that is what we like to see in a school.
Since 2013, Dr Kenneth Taylor BSc PhD PGCE PG Dip (50s); scholarship to Dulwich College, read chemistry at Edinburgh university and spent three years as a research chemist (we do like heads to have done something in the real world) and came to St Mary’s from Biggar High where he was depute head, having skipped around the maintained sector in the borders.
A sportsman and musician (hill-running a passion – latest feat The Pentland Skyline...