The School buildings are closed but you can still contact Kilgraston School either by calling us on 01738 812 257 or emailing email@example.com
We continue to monitor daily the situation with regards Covid-19 and we are following the guidance as outlined by the Government as well as the various educational bodies that we are affiliated to. .
We will continue to communicate with parents, staff and the wider Kilgraston community as the situation evolves but please contact us should you have any questions.
Please read our most recent update here https://www.kilgraston.com/admissions/coronavirus-update/Find Out More
Every girl who joins Kilgraston, whether in the Junior or the Senior School, belongs to a House; a community within a community and at the heart of our overall approach to pastoral care.
There are four Houses – Arran, Inchcolm, Kinnoull and Moncreiffe and every junior girl, senior girl, boarder and day, belongs to her House for the whole of her school career.
The Houses are at the heart of the school and house loyalty soon builds up. Each house is led by a Housemistress and appoints, from amongst its own, a head and deputy head of house as well as a sports captain. Other members of the U6 are also part of the House team and they will support and mentor younger pupils within the House.
There are a variety of House competitions throughout the year ranging from speech making to hockey, netball to music. Pupils of all ages from the youngest to the oldest are encouraged to participate in these competitions and there is never a shortage of volunteers. There is an ethos of friendly rivalry which as well as creating a lot of fun also creates opportunities to build both team and leadership skills. Throughout the year, girls will be awarded House points for excellence in academic work, service to the community and for enterprise and achievement in each area of school life. The girls are awarded termly certificates for these dependent on the number of House points they have accumulated. The House points are also added together in each of the Houses and at the end of the year a House cup is presented to the House with the most number of points awarded. The girls take great pride in their Houses and the announcement of the winner is always greeted with a mixture of elation for some and disappointment for others but a sense of ‘there is always next year’ for everyone.