School Announcements

Aberdeenshire Catering Service
May 29th, 2020 at 7:39 am

Our catering colleagues are at it again!  More hints, tips and recipes. Click here. 

Drumming up a storm!
May 28th, 2020 at 3:52 pm

S3 pupil Liam McIntosh has been drumming up a storm in his garden shed. It all started from Liam taking a break from his lockdown studies and now his drumming skills are lighting up households in the North East. Click here to get the full story.

Education Scotland – Parent and Carer Newsletter
May 12th, 2020 at 4:13 pm

Go to our Covid19 – Family updates tab for the latest newsletter from Education Scotland.

Fraserburgh College – Vitual Open Day
May 12th, 2020 at 12:15 pm

NESCol’s Fraserburgh Campus is hosting a virtual open day event on Tuesday 19 May from 4-7pm.
NESCol representatives – lecturing and support staff – will be online to offer advice / answer queries and we are also offering a call back option. CLICK

Life at University
May 12th, 2020 at 11:27 am

For those pupils going on to further education there are free webinars available on topics such as student finance, apprenticeships and Life at University. Parents can join into! Why not sign and maybe some questions answered.

Fore information click here. Spaces are limited so be quick!

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Moving Learning Forward – The Gordon Schools.

Find out how we at The Gordon Schools are moving learning forward during the Lockdown. Click here.


The Gordon Schools Progress Report 2019| Posted: Dec 2019| Click on the image below to open The Gordon Schools Inspection Progress Report.

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At The Gordon Schools we have recently renewed our Vision.

This guides our everyday actions and expectations and is a statement of what we are trying to be and do as a School.

An easy way to remember our Vision, is using the initial of our School – T G S





Is about treating one another positively, kindly and with respect. We are all a part of the School community, the Local Huntly community and beyond. Our actions here affect other local, national and international communities. We must consider what consequences our actions will have on others and on our environment, both locally and globally.



We need everyone to value and look after their health. This includes physical, mental, emotional and spiritual health.

TGS should be a happy place, with support for everyone to feel good about their health. We want you to develop confidence and resilience for life in and beyond School.



Success means being the best possible version of yourself that you can be. If you succeed with this then you will learn as well and achieve as much as you can. Have a growth mind-set – explore new things and aim for future successes! At TGS we want you to be proud of your achievements and successes and we will celebrate those with you.

Please do not hesitate to contact us if you require any further information – we will be happy to help.

Mr P Gaiter
The Gordon Schools, Huntly






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