logo

Video encyclopedia

Gordonstoun

3:41

Prince Philip's boarding school Gordonstoun pays tribute to their former pupil | ITV News

3:35

Introduction to Gordonstoun.

1:00

Gordonstoun pupils hold three minute silence for Prince Philip

0:50

Gordonstoun pupils lay wreath in tribute to Prince Philip

2:14

Gordonstoun - Our Home

Gordonstoun School is a co-educational independent school for boarding and day pupils in Moray, Scotland. It is named after the 150-acre (61 ha) estate originally owned by Sir Robert Gordon in the 17th century; the school now uses this estate as its campus. It is located in Duffus to the north-west of Elgin. It is a "public school" in the English usage of the term as defined by the Public Schools Act 1868. The school follows certain practices such as usage of the Common Entrance Exam for the 13+ entry age.
Explore contextually related video stories in a new eye-catching way. Try Combster now!
  • Founding 

  • World War Two 

  • Post-war years 

  • Ethos 

  • Aberlour House 

  • Academic curriculum 

  • Sports 

  • Football 

  • Service 

  • Seamanship 

  • Prefects 

  • Boarding houses 

  • Male 

  • British Royal Family 

  • Royalty and aristocrats 

  • Other OGs 

  • Fictional graduate 

  • Controversies 

  • ''True Stories'' 

  • ''The Crown'' 

  • Outward bound 

  • Influence on state education