Robert Gordon's College is an independent school in the heart of Aberdeen.
Welcome to our school. Our pupils’ success is built on a strong sense of who they are, what they can achieve, and what it feels like to be part of a happy and purposeful school community. Our school motto translates as ‘Be the Best You Can Be’. Every individual child deserves this ambition; Robert Gordon’s College is a school which will prepare your child for a life where ambition, success and confidence are rooted in security, happiness and a sense of who they are.
Robert Gordon’s College is now home to the largest school teaching centre for science education in Britain - The Wood Foundation Centre for Science and Technology alongside The Craig Centre for Performing Arts, a new performance and digital recording venue.
We will continue this momentum as we look towards the creation of a new sports facility to complement our onsite swimming pool at Schoolhill and our renowned sports grounds at Countesswells. Our ambitious plans demonstrate our commitment to our pupils and their future locally, nationally and internationally.
Simon Mills, Head of College
Keynote speaker unpacks Oil and Gas issues for GAIL delegates1 July 2016Deirdre Michie, Chief Executive of Oil and Gas UK gave an insightful presentation on the possibilities and future directions that are available to businesses connected with energy sources such as oil and gas.read this article
New insights abound as Convention hits full power30 June 2016GAIL delegates enjoyed fascinating insights into the theme of the week ‘Energise the World’s Future' through a visit to a biomass plant. Pupils from South Africa and India provided evening entertainment for the group.read this article
Convention continues with School Heads’ visit29 June 2016GAIL 2016 entered its third official day as delegates participated in an extensive range of energy-related activities and the Gail School Heads spent the day discussing the significance of GAIL in our modern world.read this article
Highlights of 2015-201627 June 2016The end of an action packed term. Mr Mills wishes everyone an enjoyable summer break and presents a video recap of the year.read the full story
eSafety1 March 2016Mr Mills talks about digital safety and internet etiquette with all pupils from P7 to S4 now part of the 1:1 iPad scheme for teaching and learning.read the full story
Happy New Year!5 January 2016Setting the scene for an energetic Spring Term, Mr Mills welcomes the community back to school.read the full story