Albyn Lower School A GSG School
- Albyn Lower School
17-23 Queen's Road
- Head: Mr Bertolotto
- T 01224 322408
- F 01224 209173
- E firstname.lastname@example.org
- W www.albynschool.co.uk
- A mainstream independent school for pupils aged from 2 to 11 with a linked senior school
- Boarding: No
- Local authority: Aberdeen City
- Pupils: 310
- Religion: Non-denominational
- Fees: £8,060 - £11,250 pa
- Review: View the Good Schools Guide Review
- Linked schools: Albyn School
What the Good Schools Guide says..
Lower school follows (somewhat expensive) international primary curriculum which seems sensible when you realise it was designed by Shell, taught globally and Albyn is an international oily school. IPC is thematic based, with rather natty books to be filled in...
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What The Good Schools Guide saysLower school follows (somewhat expensive) international primary curriculum which seems sensible when you realise it was designed by Shell, taught globally and Albyn is an international oily school. IPC is thematic based, with rather natty books to be filled in when ‘I understand’. Terrific exposure to all manner of cultures: this is exciting stuff.
Head of Lower School
Since April 2015, Paul Bertolotto (late 30s but looks just out of uni) BEd MEd ChT CREDL (another ridiculously over-qualified headmaster). Educated at St Augustine’s in Edinburgh, followed by Edinburgh uni, he thought ‘long and hard’ about accepting the job in Aberdeen. Oil was in free-fall, and Aberdeen well supplied with independent schools (four at last count). But the upshot of it all is that he and his wife bought the house of their dreams for considerably less than