Hutchesons' Grammar School A GSG School
- Hutchesons' Grammar School
21 Beaton Road
- Head: Mr Colin Gambles
- T 01414 232933
- F 01414 240251
- E email@example.com
- W www.hutchesons.org
- A mainstream independent school for pupils aged from 11 to 18 with a linked junior school
- Boarding: No
- Local authority: Glasgow City
- Pupils: 871
- Religion: Non-denominational
- Fees: £11,304 - £11,574 pa
- Open days: Primary 8th, Secondary 29th October 2016
- Review: View The Good Schools Guide Review
- Linked schools: Hutchesons' Grammar Primary School
What The Good Schools Guide says..
A vibrant academic school which aspires to fulfill its ethos aiming to be honest in its dealings with people, resilient in the face of difficulties, independent of spirit, curious and keen to explore new ideas, creative in how it makes...
What the school says...
Hutchesons' Grammar School has always been at the forefront of learning and teaching in Scotland. Since its foundation in 1641, Hutchesons' has been a focus in Glasgow for some of the best traditions in Scottish education. For a large school with a socially, ethnically and
geographically diverse body of pupils, Hutchesons' clear sense of identity and purpose gives it a tremendous vitality and a feeling that anything is possible. Hutchesonians also excel in many different sports both nationally and internationally, and the quality of performance in music, drama and art is equally high. Our pupils follow interests in and out of the classroom, and there is ample opportunity for national competition and international collaboration in a wide range of academic, cultural and community-based projects. As individuals, Hutchesons' pupils are encouraged to develop qualities based on our core values: Honesty, Resilience, Independence, Curiosity, Creativity and Compassion. They will understand what it means to be part of a large community of learners, in which every individual is important. They will learn to be thoughtful, articulate and well-read and to have a clear idea about how they want to live their lives beyond school and university. Scots have always valued education very highly, and for more than three centuries Hutchesons' has sent young men and women out into the world secure in the knowledge that they are part of that great tradition. ...Read more
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What The Good Schools Guide saysA vibrant academic school which aspires to fulfill its ethos aiming to be honest in its dealings with people, resilient in the face of difficulties, independent of spirit, curious and keen to explore new ideas, creative in how it makes things happen and always compassionate to others.
Since August 2016, Colin Gambles, previously deputy head of S4/S5 at Robert Gordon's College. A biology and psychology teacher, he has also worked at George Watson's College, West Buckland School and Newcastle-under-Lyme School.
Formidable results; regular strings of As in Highers (68 per cent in 2016) with pupils regularly getting six or more in S5 (ie fifth year) and many staying on to study a broad range of Advanced Highers or top up extra Highers in sixth year, despite the fact that they will already have university entrance qualifications...