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Adventure Playground


Adventure Playground One of the top private schools in the world, Ardvreck inspires children with a love of learning through nature In the heart of rural Perthshire and within an hour’s reach of Glasgow and Edinburgh, is a hidden gem of a boarding and day preparatory school, offering a unique educational experience to boys and girls from the age of three to 13. Visitors can enjoy awe-inspiring views of doorstep Munros as they make their way up the school’s sweeping drive. Then there is the thrilling spectacle of the children, dressed in kilts and wellies, hanging [...]

Adventure Playground2022-06-20T14:37:08+01:00

The Official Queen’s Platinum Jubilee Album


Ardvreck School To Feature In The Official Queen's Platinum Jubilee Album PRESS RELEASE Ardvreck School, known for its academic and adventurous education, will feature in the official commemorative album for the Queen's Platinum Jubilee. The Scottish school, nestled in the Perthshire countryside, was selected by St James’s House to feature alongside a select number of outstanding individuals and organisations from across the United Kingdom and the Commonwealth for its approach to outdoor education and enthusiasm for nurturing a love for the environment. Ali Kinge, Ardvreck School’s Headmistress, said: “To be featured in the only official book [...]

The Official Queen’s Platinum Jubilee Album2022-06-15T14:07:38+01:00

To learn or not to learn Latin, that is the question!


To learn or not to learn Latin, that is the question!  by Anna-Sophie Bulder Latin is a language, as dead as dead can be. It killed the ancient Romans, and now it's killing me! This rhyme is known by many Latin pupils and teachers and I have heard my own pupils cheerfully chant it a few times and my dramatic reaction to it gives them a good old laugh. They know how much I love all things Latin and especially the stories about Caecilius, a character from the Cambridge Latin Course. I do believe, or secretly hope, [...]

To learn or not to learn Latin, that is the question!2022-03-21T18:01:46+01:00

Climb, Create and Code


Climb, Create and Code by Fraser Angus With such an idyllic setting, at the gateway to the Highlands, Ardvreck is always going to be known for its love of the outdoors, all manner of adventure and action packed sporting fixtures. Come rain or shine we love to be out there. Yet, this is not all we do well, there is a great deal more to the Ardvreckian way of life. Best preparing for the future is consistently at the forefront of our minds when it comes to curriculum development and we have an acute awareness of [...]

Climb, Create and Code2022-03-15T11:05:33+01:00

Long Live The Auld Alliance!


Long Live The Auld Alliance! by Ali Kinge The Scotland-France rugby match today is one which is held dear to our young Ardvreckians. They board the Murrayfield bound coach in excited anticipation, sporting face-painted flags, of both  nations, on each cheek. The rivalry between the two countries inside the stadium is electric as the  trumpet fanfares of the French attempt to out-do the bagpipes, both endeavouring to spur on their respective teams to victory. Whatever the outcome, this event has always been a heart-warming  experience for Ardvreckians due to our close links [...]

Long Live The Auld Alliance!2022-02-26T19:45:07+01:00

The Good Schools Guide Review 2022


THE GOOD SCHOOLS GUIDE REVIEW 2022 We welcomed The Good Schools Guide to Ardvreck School in September 2021, and we are delighted to share an excerpt from their latest review. EXTRACT FROM THEIR REVIEW On first impression, it would be easy to assume that this school has leapt straight from the pages of an Enid Blyton novel (we loved a Malory Towers tale as much as the next child), but don’t be fooled… While these are among the politest schoolchildren we’ve ever encountered (it’s not often that we are stopped by a tiny person to enquire how we are [...]

The Good Schools Guide Review 20222022-02-08T16:09:37+01:00

Alumni Series: Christopher Hutchinson


REFLECTIONS WITH CHRISTOPHER HUTCHINSON Lt Col (Retd) Christopher R G Hutchinson (OA 32-36) Christopher Hutchinson was born on 5 May 1922 and was at Ardvreck from 1932-1936 before going on to Charterhouse.  His family lived in Northumberland and Christopher was one of only three English boys amongst the 52 that attended the School at the time. In 2014, Lt Col Hutchinson wrote the following to the School: I apologise for writing by email but my right hand is very shaky which annoys me very much, particularly since I have always prided myself [...]

Alumni Series: Christopher Hutchinson2022-01-26T09:34:42+01:00

Reflections from the OA Shoot 2021


OLD ARDVRECKIANS CLAY PIGEON SHOOTING CHALLENGE at Gleneagles on 9th August 2021 Reflections and Report by Amelia Murray Lindsay (1986-91, Greek) “I wanted you to see what real courage is, instead of getting the idea that courage is a man with a gun in his hand. It’s when you’re licked before you begin, but you begin anyway and see it through no matter what” Atticus Finch, To Kill A Mockingbird by Harper Lee Of all the prizes awarded to the Old Ardvreckians at Gleneagles on 9th August, perhaps the most coveted was the enormous decoy [...]

Reflections from the OA Shoot 20212022-04-26T12:06:24+01:00

Trailer: A Midsummer Night’s Dream


Trailer For A Midsummer Night's Dream The eye of man hath not heard, the ear of man hath not seen...such a rare vision! Please enjoy this spectacular trailer of our most recent school production of A Midsummer Night's Dream. #onlyatardvreck

Trailer: A Midsummer Night’s Dream2021-09-30T15:32:56+01:00

Named Top Ten UK Prep School


Named Top Ten UK Prep School We are delighted to announce that Ardvreck School has been listed as one of the Top Ten UK Prep Schools, and named in the Top 100 selection of the best private schools in the world, in the 2021 Spear's Schools Index in partnership with Carfax Education Group.   "Ardvreck sees education as an adventure, encouraging children to think for themselves whether they are solving a maths problem or climbing a mountain. The stunning location is an ideal environment to build self-reliance and perseverance through outdoor activities, and still acquire [...]

Named Top Ten UK Prep School2021-10-18T10:10:10+01:00

Sports Day 2021


Sports Day 2021 The legendary Ardvreck Sports Day returned on Friday, 11th June. Although we missed having our wonderfully supportive parents there, the children from Little Ardvreck up to Form 6 belted round the pitches doing Scott, Buchan, Burns and Barrie proud. The final champions were Barrie but a huge well done to everyone for a marvellous spectacle of athleticism and team spirit. Little Ardvreck Races   Junior Races [...]

Sports Day 20212021-06-14T10:35:28+01:00

Let Them Play


Let Them Play By Sarah Mannion The restorative and therapeutic effects of spending time in greenspace for mental health and wellbeing purposes has become more widely understood and valued in recent years. Ardvreck School, set in 40 acres, surrounded by stunning views of high mountains, fields and ancient woodland, is incomparable in its location. It has greenspace by the bucketload and every single pupil uses it on a daily basis. Let the children play? We certainly do! Unstructured play is vital for children’s mental health and wellbeing. There are current concerns [...]

Let Them Play2021-05-12T16:49:15+01:00

Fresh Air, Friendship and Financial Sense


Fresh Air, Friendship and Financial Sense Reasons To Choose Ardvreck School Our idyllic countryside setting, surrounded by awe-inspiring Munros and peaceful lochs, are just a few of the reasons many families choose Ardvreck School, not to mention the abundant fresh air and the extraordinary academic and adventurous education we provide.  Daily lessons in core curriculum subjects with exceptional provision for Music, Art and Drama are all a given and, in addition, children regularly enjoy adventures including white water rafting on our local rivers, rock climbing at a nearby crag or summiting Munros on our doorstep, [...]

Fresh Air, Friendship and Financial Sense2021-04-06T08:59:47+01:00

21st Century Latin at Ardvreck School


21st Century Latin at Ardvreck School By Annie-Sophie Bulder To some, studying Latin may seem outdated and they struggle to see the relevance of it today. However, at Ardvreck School, we take a creative approach to teaching Latin; it is far from dull and demonstrates to pupils why studying the Classical past matters. Naturally, we want our pupils to excel in Latin, and this requires them to master complicated grammar rules and an extensive vocabulary list. In our modern classroom, we want to inspire and motivate our pupils to engage fully with Latin. We do this by focusing [...]

21st Century Latin at Ardvreck School2021-03-31T13:32:09+01:00

Over hill, over dale, on the Headmistress’ lawn


Over hill, over dale, on the Headmistress’ lawn By Peter Grant The announcement of any school production is always an eagerly anticipated event, and this year, despite lockdown and all the related challenges, our young Ardvreckians have been as excited as ever by the prospect of this summer’s show.  I’m sure many of us will remember the thrill of being involved in a school production, be it as a member of the tech crew, the band, the ensemble, or as a soloist. Indeed, the only time I was cast as the romantic lead was when [...]

Over hill, over dale, on the Headmistress’ lawn2021-03-22T12:44:03+01:00

Resilience: the ability to cope mentally or emotionally.


Resilience: the ability to cope mentally or emotionally By Sarah Mannion In my 25 years of teaching, many things have changed - but the one thing that crops up more and more is how to ensure the wellbeing of children. Wellbeing covers many things, but ‘resilience’ - which plays a large part - is really important and is something that we, at Ardvreck, value very highly. With resilience, some of our past pupils have gone on to conquer some of the world's highest mountains, win medals in the olympic games and set up successful businesses [...]

Resilience: the ability to cope mentally or emotionally.2021-03-15T12:08:16+01:00

The Importance of Learning Outdoors


The Importance of Learning Outdoors By Andy Robertson When I think back to my own school days, it’s not the lessons in the classroom that I remember much about. The ones that really stand out were the times when we were lucky enough to explore beyond the school gates under the guise of History outings, Geography fieldwork projects or Duke of Edinburgh Award expeditions. These were few and far between but they certainly stick in my mind as opportunities to bond with classmates that you didn’t always play with at break times, see a teacher [...]

The Importance of Learning Outdoors2021-02-24T12:39:44+01:00

Ard-e Education Revisited


Ard-e Education Revisited By Peter Banks After an amazing final term in school in 2020, we finished the year on a high, we waved goodbye to the pupils, the staff celebrated another successful term and we all went on our way to enjoy some much needed downtime over the Christmas Holidays. It wasn't long before the news came out that we would be returning to our Ard-e Education... Friends and fellow teachers continue to ask us, what makes Ardvreck School so successful at online education? On paper, we shouldn’t be leading [...]

Ard-e Education Revisited2021-02-08T09:45:06+01:00

Introducing Ardvreck’s Nursery Manager


Introducing Ardvreck's Nursery Manager When you see someone putting on his Big Boots, you can be pretty sure that an Adventure is going to happen. A.A. Milne   As the proud manager of Ardvreck Nursery, I am delighted to welcome you and your family to our wild, wonderful 42 acres of Scottish woodland. A place that promises to provide ample space in the great outdoors where your children can play, learn, and explore with friends. Similar to Ardvreck School’s ethos, I believe in a blended approach to learning from inside [...]

Introducing Ardvreck’s Nursery Manager2021-02-08T11:11:41+01:00

Alumni Series: Amelia Murray Lindsay


Why Target Shooting is so much more than, well… Target Shooting! by Amelia Murray Lindsay It had been over 30 years since I had seen Ardvreck School at 8.25am. The last time would have been my final day as a pupil at the school. Astonishingly I have a photograph taken on that very day. I was taken into the dining room to have a photo taken with all the trophies and shields that I had either won individually that year, or won as part of a team. I knew that it was in a box [...]

Alumni Series: Amelia Murray Lindsay2020-12-17T14:32:50+01:00

Little Ardvreck’s Fantastic Fundraising


Fantastic Fundraising For Crieff Community Food Bank   Little Ardvreck, pupils from Ardvreck School, raised the spectacular amount of £1274.37 for their charity of the year, the Crieff Community Food Bank, by successfully completing a 5km sponsored walk. The group of 5-7 year olds from Ardvreck School completed their 5km walk in the wind and rain last week. They all got rather wet but kept on smiling and enjoyed every step! The younger pupils were wonderfully supported by Ardvreck Fifth formers who were the embodiment of true Ardvreckians with their positive [...]

Little Ardvreck’s Fantastic Fundraising2020-12-10T17:59:24+01:00

The Future of Boarding – Dalvreck House


The Future of Boarding By David Knock, Head of Boarding “Children are our greatest treasure. They are our future.” Nelson Mandela Here at Ardvreck we pride ourselves on giving our pupils, and particularly our boarders, responsibility and confidence within a safe and homely atmosphere so that they can develop seeds of independence and be prepared for senior schools and beyond as adults. There is an exciting change and future ahead for boarding at Ardvreck as we refurbish and rebrand the main school boarding house as Dalvreck House. We are blending the 19th century building with [...]

The Future of Boarding – Dalvreck House2020-07-17T10:31:08+01:00

Ardvreck Embarks on a New Adventure


Ardvreck Embarks on a New Adventure Ardvreck School, a long established independent boarding and day prep school for boys and girls aged 3–13, is expanding its Nursery to provide an exceptional educational start for more children. The school, known for its sense of adventure and creativity, has announced its expansion plans to open a new, specially designed Nursery school within its campus of over 40 stunning acres. The child-focused Nursery building will provide a unique educational space for up to 30 children, due to open next term. Children who attend this [...]

Ardvreck Embarks on a New Adventure2020-07-09T14:15:12+01:00

The Art of Building a Person


The Art of Building a Person by Zazie Mackintosh ‘Ardvreck isn’t very academic.’ Or so I’ve been told. In fact, our results speak for themselves: this year’s sixth formers have gained entry to ten different senior schools, including Eton College and St Mary’s School Ascot. But grades should not be the only measure of success. Straight A’s will only take a child so far; without strength of character, his or her academic brilliance has been built on shaky ground. Let me share a true story*: in 1995, a young man [...]

The Art of Building a Person2020-07-02T12:46:09+01:00

We Present Blanco Brown’s The Git Up!


Introducing our most recent and hugely anticipated Ard movie! Featuring Ard pupils, parents and teachers, it is proof that during hard times, the Ard family does not get down but will GIT UP! #workhardplayhard #familyfun #onlyatardvreck #elearning

We Present Blanco Brown’s The Git Up!2020-05-18T18:36:25+01:00

The Most Brilliant Education


The Most Brilliant Education An insight into Ardvreck School by Headmistress Ali Kinge The scrumptious smell of a delicious cooked breakfast creeps up the oak staircase to the dorms where its tantalising aroma helps the Gappies to awaken the tousled, drowsy boarders. The possibilities and excitement of another joyful and busy day in our exceptional prep school begin. Tucked away from the stresses and strains of modern life, in breathtaking Scottish countryside, Ardvreck Preparatory School nurtures and educates your children in a caring, and loving, family environment. Visitors gasp at [...]

The Most Brilliant Education2022-02-08T17:59:52+01:00

The Scottish Wars of Independence, A Movie


Ardvreck’s film stars (AKA Form 3) recently presented their first history documentary: The Scottish Wars of Independence. Our dramatic reconstruction featured the heroes (Wallace and Robert the Bruce) as well as the villains (Edwards I and II). Please be aware this film contains some violence! #ardproductions #ardbattles #historyinaction #onlyatardvreck

The Scottish Wars of Independence, A Movie2020-07-06T15:07:51+01:00

Inspired by Our School Production


The children and staff were bursting with excitement ahead of the school’s production of the Lion King (18th &  19th March). Do watch this wee snippet of a day at Ardvreck, we all had such fun filming this little film - and check out Mr Gibson’s maracas!

Inspired by Our School Production2021-09-23T11:15:13+01:00

The Relationship Between Chemistry and Music


The Relationship Between Chemistry and Music An interview with Peter Banks Our Director of Studies and Head of Science, Mr Peter Banks, was invited to be a keynote speaker at the American Chemical Society's National Conference, which was held in Orlando this year. It was attended by nearly 20,000 chemists from all over the world and other keynote speakers included two Nobel prize winners, senior NASA scientists and Buzz Alrdin. Mr Banks returned to America following last year’s highly successful lectures in Indianapolis where he gave the James J. Woods [...]

The Relationship Between Chemistry and Music2020-03-19T13:10:18+01:00

Alumni Series: Paddy Duff


An Interview With Paddy Duff Name Paddy James Duff School Dates 2004-2009 Senior School Glenalmond College  University and what you studied  1st Class BA Hons Degree in Actor Musicianship from the Rose Bruford college of Theatre and Performance  Where are you now? London What are you up too? I’m about to embark on my first major UK tour as part of the cast of the ‘Stick Man’.  Was what you are doing now (either career or hobby) inspired by your time (or a teacher) at Ardvreck?   Absolutely!! I didn’t [...]

Alumni Series: Paddy Duff2019-09-05T09:35:29+01:00

Making our Dining Room Great Again


Making our Dining Room Great Again By The Friends of Ardvreck Not long after Ali Kinge took over the headship of our school,  we had our first Friends of Ardvreck meeting of the academic year. The first one is always a fun and exciting meeting.  We greet new volunteers and welcome them onto the team. We brain storm new and exciting ideas for fundraising events and projects that we can run or help with that add something extra to the wonderful experience our children are having at Ardvreck. One of the first things [...]

Making our Dining Room Great Again2019-07-09T13:02:49+01:00

An Adventure of a Lifetime – 6th Form Leavers’ Camp 2019


An Adventure of a Lifetime - 6th Form Leavers’ Camp 2019 By Andy Robertson ‘This is so cool!’ exclaimed Henri as yet another seal head bobbed up in front of our sea kayaks.  Behind us, a string of brightly coloured boats delicately danced on the waves as they made their way to the shore and the waiting minibus.  This was Day 7 of the Ardvreck 6th Form Leavers’ Camp and the adventure was still far from over.  Over the previous few days, this group of 18, 12 and 13 year olds had taken part in [...]

An Adventure of a Lifetime – 6th Form Leavers’ Camp 20192020-03-19T13:08:16+01:00

Reflections on My First Year as Director of Music


Reflections on My First Year as Director of Music By Peter Grant February 2018 and I am sitting in my Wiltshire kitchen longing to return to Scotland when a job advert for one of Scotland’s top Prep Schools, Ardvreck, jumps out at me from my laptop screen. Application submitted and interview offered but the beast from the east scuppers my flight plans as even South West England is knee deep in snow but nonetheless an 850 mile round trip in my car was hastily arranged and the offer of Director of Music led me to [...]

Reflections on My First Year as Director of Music2020-03-19T13:07:16+01:00

Alumni Series: David Nicholas Henderson James


An Interview With David Nicholas Henderson James Name: David Nicholas Henderson James School Dates: 1940 to 1946 Senior School: Loretto University and what you studied: National Service then Peterhouse Cambridge to study Economics What are you up to now? I live in Edinburgh and am now retired. I enjoy all manner of outdoor activities such as golf, fishing and shooting. And of course some brain busting Sudokus! Is what you are doing now (either career or hobby) inspired by your time (or a teacher) at Ardvreck?  I love to fish, this was definitely [...]

Alumni Series: David Nicholas Henderson James2020-05-18T18:39:37+01:00

Alumni Series: Sandy Trust


An Interview With Sandy Trust Name: Sandy Trust School Dates: Ardvreck 1984 - 1989 Senior School: Glenalmond University and what you studied: Newcastle Uni, Pure Maths, 1st class honours Where are you now? I live and work in the beautiful city of Edinburgh, where I’m lucky enough to be the father of 2 (Digby 6 and Rosie 5), married to my lovely and exceptionally patient wife Jo. What are you up?  Life is busy but brilliant. I feel very lucky to be able to be able to work on the climate [...]

Alumni Series: Sandy Trust2019-06-25T16:10:40+01:00

Alumni Series: Molly Brocklehurst


An Interview With Molly Brocklehurst Name: Molly Brocklehurst School Dates: 2004-2007 Senior School: Glenalmond 2007-2010, Uppingham 2010-2012 University and what you studied: Leeds Art University: Fine Art Where are you now? I am living in London. What are you up to?  I am currently completing my masters in fine art at University of arts London (at the Wimbledon College). Was what you are doing now (either career or hobby)inspired by your time (or a teacher) at Ardvreck? Yes. Art was my favourite subject at Ardvreck. I spent all the time [...]

Alumni Series: Molly Brocklehurst2019-06-24T21:42:30+01:00

Alumni Series: Pollyanna Murray


An Interview With Pollyanna Murray Name: Pollyanna Murray School Dates: 1981 - 1987 Senior School: Gordonstoun What are you up now?  I currently live in Kirkmichael, Perthshire in a log cabin at the top of a hill with my husband Rich and two boys Jamie and Finton. I am a full time mum to my boys are 8 and 6. I do get away to work occasionally. I am an ambassador for the outdoor retail store Tiso. I also do motivational presentations. I love interiors so I spend a lot of time up -cycling furniture and painting,  my [...]

Alumni Series: Pollyanna Murray2019-06-21T21:13:45+01:00

Alumni Series: Charles Bushby


An Interview With Charles Bushby Name: Charles Bushby School Dates: I reckon I did five years and left in the summer of 1977. Senior School: Glenalmond University and what you studied: Mature student after leaving the army at Bangor (University College of North Wales). Surprised myself with a First! Where are you now? Alyth, Perthshire What are you up to?  Forestry. I am often referred to as ‘Mr Maps’ (a useful skill in the army and in forestry!) and I'm sure these map reading skills started at Ardvreck. What is [...]

Alumni Series: Charles Bushby2019-06-24T21:42:38+01:00

Alumni Series: Florence Griffiths


An Interview With Florence Griffiths Name: Florence Griffiths School Dates: 1979 - 1985 Senior School: Morrison's Academy and then Sixth Form at Strathallan University and what you studied? Cardiff University Law Degree then worked in Financial PR for 3 years before doing my PGCE (Primary Teaching) at Roehampton. What are you up to?  Busy teaching at Ardvreck and persuading 3 teenage daughters to revise for their exams! Was what you are doing now (either career or hobby)inspired by your time (or a teacher) at Ardvreck? Yes! Some of my fondest [...]

Alumni Series: Florence Griffiths2019-06-24T21:42:54+01:00

Alumni Series: Finn Mannion


An Interview With Finn Mannion Name: Finn Mannion School Dates: 2006-2012 Senior School: St Mary‘s Music School Where are you now? S5 in St Mary‘s Music School What are you up to?  I am studying Music (Cello) at St Mary’s Music School in Edinburgh. I‘m currently preparing to leave school this year and have been investigating possibilities for future studies in the UK and abroad. I‘ve been participating in various masterclasses with some well known teachers and will start audition preparation in September. Recently, I was awarded the Julius Isserlis [...]

Alumni Series: Finn Mannion2019-06-21T13:15:47+01:00

Early Years Learning at Little Ardvreck


Early Years Learning By Steven White As an Outdoor Education Consultant in my previous role, while managing a Forest Kindergarten I was always on the look out for similar-minded practitioners and facilities. I was intrigued by Ardvreck's rural setting with their ethos of adventurous play and second to none pastoral care, which inspires their pupils to  develop their sense of self while preparing them for their next educational stage. Discovering  fun and engaging ways to nurture a child's natural curiosity so that a life-long love of learning is rooted should [...]

Early Years Learning at Little Ardvreck2019-06-20T19:40:56+01:00

Form 3G Maths Challenge


Maths Challenge June 2019 By Zazie Mackintosh Maths is one of my favourite subjects and yet it is guaranteed to elicit a groan out of most pupils. A conversation with a parent recently reminded me that many adults feel the same. Parents are often at a loss as to how to help a child who is struggling with Maths; I hope what follows might help in a small way. I’m a big fan of the work of British-born Stanford University professor Jo Boaler. (If you have a spare 15 minutes, [...]

Form 3G Maths Challenge2019-06-19T20:09:10+01:00

Teaching By Example


Teaching By Example Press Release Ardvreck School Teachers cycled The North Coast 500 route to raise funds for charity. A team of intrepid Ardvreck School teachers cycled the equivalent of the height of Everest over the course of their North Coast 500 challenge to raise money for Scottish Charity Air Ambulance (SCAA). Pupils at Ardvreck Preparatory School in Crieff, Perthshire, are known for their adventurous spirit, but this time it is their inspiring teachers who have wowed them, as they cycled into Inverness Castle, on the evening of 31st May 2019, triumphant and a little soggy after [...]

Teaching By Example2019-06-06T13:37:54+01:00

Reflections on My First Year of Headship


Reflections on My First Year of Headship By Headmistress, Ali Kinge It’s difficult to believe that on the 30th June, it will be one year since I took on the role of Ardvreck’s first Headmistress since its founding in 1883. Many of you will know that I have a long standing connection with this little belter of a Scottish Boarding Prep School, in that I was appointed as a part time teacher of music here 13 years ago. Having ‘moved up through the ranks’, filling numerous roles and teaching many subjects, Ardvreck has become very [...]

Reflections on My First Year of Headship2019-06-06T09:18:56+01:00