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This editor could almost feel the academia seep through the walls at the HSOG (pupils were so hard at work you could have heard a pin drop in the senior school on our tour). Real buzz around sport, the arts and extracurricular activities. At HSOG, pupils embrace being all-rounders – one knows this is true when the 1st XV school rugby team also includes talented members of the school orchestra . Social value of clubs is placed highly, ‘where children can find like minds and develop social relationships’...

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Rector

Since 2015, John O’Neill, previously senior deputy rector for 11 years. MA in medieval and modern history, and PGCE with distinction in history and modern studies from St Andrew’s College of Education. Passionate about history, formerly teaching at St Thomas More School, London (as well as working part-time for an MP at Westminster) and Merchiston Castle School. He joked ‘someone gave me money to teach medieval history’. Assistant housemaster at Glasgow Academy, then housemaster and head of sixth form at Merchiston, where he says, ‘I found my voice’. And that he certainly did, this editor was at the school for an entire day, but all joking aside, undoubtedly articulate, highly educated and dedicated to ‘making changes for the better’. One parent said: ‘He hasn’t rested on his laurels, though new to the helm.’
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