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Strathallan is a leading co-educational boarding and day school, for ages 9 to 18.

Mark Lauder, Headmaster

Mark Lauder, Headmaster

Strathallan School is situated in 153 acres of picturesque, rural Perthshire and is within easy reach of Edinburgh and Glasgow with their international airports. Our safe, green setting and our stunning campus provide the perfect environment for an all-round, progressive education that is focused on bringing out the best in every pupil.

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Why Strathallan?

Strathallan is a friendly, welcoming place with dedicated staff and a strong sense of community. It’s an outstanding environment in which to learn. We welcome boys and girls from all over the world, as boarders and day pupils.

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Immersive Education

More than 60% of our pupils are boarders and the majority of our staff live on site, so all pupils enjoy a busy, active and social environment seven days a week.

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First Class Facilities

We’ve invested more than £20M to create exceptional sporting facilities, modern accommodation and contemporary learning environments.

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Sports Excellence

In 2019 more than 60 pupils represented Great Britain or Scotland in sports and 100% of 9 to 15-year-olds represented the School at team sports.

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Creative Opportunity

50% of pupils in the Senior part of the School, and 100% of pupils in Riley have 1 to 1 music lessons. There are more than 60 performance opportunities every year.

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Riley, Junior House

Did you know that Strathallan has its own Junior House? Riley is situated on the main School campus, and accepts boys and girls aged 9-13. It’s a homely, warm environment, which encourages day-boarding and flexibility for parents and pupils alike.

Small classes, big resources

The House has its own separate area on campus (including classrooms) but has the dual benefit of full access to the extensive facilities of the whole school. That means Riley pupils have use of some of the best sporting and recreational facilities of any school in Scotland.

It’s a perfect balance: small classes, big resources. Our pupils enjoy the expertise of dedicated primary school teachers and the specialist input of subject teachers from the senior school. They have an idyllic place they can call their own while taking full advantage of the incredible resources right there on their doorstep.

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Strathallan U18s girls secure Indoor Cup victory for the second year running

Hockey team celebrates their third victory in five years Strathallan School’s Under 18s hockey team celebrated a hard-won victory this ...
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Strathallan swimmer selected for Scottish squad

Perthshire pupil Elise Cosens, 14, has been selected for Team Scotland’s Youth Development Squad to compete in the Dave McCullagh ...
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Music students raise spirits and funds with carols and showcase

Performers from Perthshire School raise thousands for local school outreach initiatives More than 200 pupils took to the stage this ...
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