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Open Day

Kilgraston is delighted to be hosting its next Open Day on 5th February 2022.

We are hosting both an in person event and a virtual event.

You can register via openday@kilgraston.com or by completing the form on the link below

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Kilgraston celebrates St Andrew’s Day 2021

Kilgraston celebrates St Andrew’s Day 2021

St Andrew's Day 2021

With a whirlwind of tartan and a blast of the bagpipes, Kilgraston pupils celebrated St Andrew’s Day 2021.

In our Junior Years, pupils were piped into the Atrium before taking to the dance floor for an afternoon of Scottish Country Dancing and a St Andrew’s Party which included a special cake. Our youngest pupils, four-year-old Abigail and Olivia were given the honour of cutting the cake.

Later on, Senior School pupils enjoyed an energetic ceilidh with lots of dancing and happy faces. This was the first time the School’s Ceilidh band performed and it was fantastic to hear. After more dancing, the pupils then enjoyed a delicious meal of Haggis, Neeps and Tatties prepared by Kilgraston’s in-house catering team. The evening finished with a mixture of modern and traditional music for the pupils to enjoy.

Organiser, Mrs Ferry, Kilgraston’s Head of PE, said: “Even with the COVID restrictions, we still enjoyed a wonderful day, a culmination of a lot of hard work from the pupils and it was wonderful to see. Everyone had a fantastic time.”

Thank you to everyone who took part and to Mrs Ferry for organising. Find out more about our schedule of extra-curricular activities

Watch our St. Andrew’s Day celebrations below.


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