In the great Audrey early teens – the part of the brain dedicated to
INTERNATIONAL Hepburn ﬁlm,
My Fair Lady, Professor
the task is more developed.
Our brains do eventually mature, for young
EVENING Henry Higgins asks the
question, “Why can’t a
woman be more like a
women by their early twenties and young
men by around the age of 30. Men and
On Monday 12th November Kilgraston hosted man?” I have recently women are much more similar to each
its second International Evening which was a discovered the answer – she can; or rather, other once in their 30s than girls and boys
great success. The Theatre was transformed he can be more like her, when he is 30. are in their teens. It is perhaps why in the
into a vibrant market pla ﬁlled
a workplace, gender isn’t really a factor in
with stalls from vario o
various In early November I travelled to Kazakhstan performance but in schools it really does
countries around the world. to an education conference, meeting parents make a difference.
Our Overseas s students who had never encountered a girls’ school
before and who were rather surprised that In coming to Kilgraston, I have noticed just
had spent hou u
it had a place in modern education. I was how much the girls get involved in putting on
preparing deli i
asked to speak on the beneﬁts of single sex events, taking a lead not just in organising but
education to the conference and so did a little also in speaking in public to thank everyone
research before I went. who has helped them. Good manners, kindness
and enthusiasm are the norm here and in the
I thought it would be interesting to share with classroom there is a great deal of hard work.
you some of the facts and ideas I discovered. Staff really do understand how to work with and
their stalls with
You are probably all very familiar with the how to get the best from your daughters.
books posters, toys
ﬂags, books, pos
statistic that girls’ schools outperform all other
and clothes from their In completing my ﬁrst term at Kilgraston I
schools academically. This has been shown
country. The secon half of understand what a unique and precious place
in multiple studies and what it means for an
evening consisted of
the evenin consis the school is. Being a single sex school is very
individual girl is that she is likely to achieve
ic performances from
fantastic performa much part of its success. Being inspired by
higher grades by being in an all-girls school
various countries: songs, the goals of the Sacred Heart gives us a vision
than a mixed school.
plays dances and videos.
ys beyond the academic. In the end though, it is
The audience even had It is less well known that girls’ and boys’ brains what each individual girl brings to the school
the opportunity to learn develop at different rates and in a different and the support you as parents give which
som Russian dancing! It
ome danc sequence. This is observable in physical brain ensure we are stronger and more successful
was a wonderful even evening and structure as well as the more obvious differences together as a community.
overseas students s
the ovverseas should be in girls’ and boys’ behaviour. As we grow up,
commended for their ha work in
ended hard boys will be the ﬁrst to develop the gross motor I wish you all a very happy Christmas and look
putting the event togethe skills and girls, their ﬁne motor skills. It’s why we forward to a successful new year.
More photos on page 2... generally ﬁnd girls’ handwriting is tidier in their Frank Thompson, Principal
HOCKEY TOUR TO BELFAST, IRELAND
Our annual hockey tour this year was to Belfast, Ireland. Off we set at
5.00 a.m. to ﬂy from Edinburgh with 32 excited players …and coaches!!
We had a busy schedule lined up having planned 4 games for both the 1st
XI team and the Development team. During our tour we played against the
Royal High School, Armagh, Banbridge Academy and Lurgan College along
with Ulster Development squad at Under 17 and Under 15 level.
The hockey was very tough with our Kilgraston girls drawing one game and
coming second in the rest. All the girls played well in spells and we are
conﬁdent we have learned a lot from the experience, picked up new skills
and understood how to be tougher in our tackling!
Off the pitch we had a great time visiting the Titanic museum – an amazing
place - and of course shopping in Belfast centre. During the tour, fun “tasks”
were arranged to keep the girls busy, they produced amazing examples of an
Irish jig, Irish limericks and tour songs along the way, it really was great fun.
Thanks to all the girls for their effort and being so fantastic on tour and
my personal thanks go to Mrs Baxter and Miss Seatter for their work and
support throughout. Where to next year…?
SISTER EILEEN HANNAN
A Mass of Thanksgiving was offered at
Kilgraston for the life of Sister Eileen Hannan
on Saturday 29th September at which several
former pupils, former members of Staff ,
sisters of the Society of the Sacred Heart &
past pupils were present. Sister Hannan was
Headmistress of the school from 1974 until
1982. Previously, she had taught French &
Latin for several years besides helping coach
hockey & tennis. Sister Hannan retained her
strong link with Kilgraston by returning most
years for the Tennis Tournament which she had
founded. Sometimes she was also personally
able to present the Kilgraston InterHouse
Hannan tennis trophy. Various tributes were
paid to her contribution to Kilgraston including
that from Sister Aideen Kinlen, Provincial of
the Irish/Scottish province of the Society of the
Intelligent, enthusiastic, big hearted and fun,
Sister Eileen Hannan always used her gifts ARRAN, INCHCOLM, KINNOULL, MONCREIFFE
in the service of humanity. Her life made a This has been a busy and varied term for the four senior school houses, from inter-house
real difference to many. With the heart of an speechmaking to charity coffee mornings highlighting but a few events.
educator, Eileen committed herself completely
to the development of staff and pupils alike The four house hockey teams (spurred on by their supporters) braved the astro pitch for an
and she was very much loved. exciting display of hockey won by Moncreiffe House on Saturday 15th September. We also had
a tremendously enjoyable Whole School Cross Country (with 93% whole school participation)
Mrs. Lindsay Dow, former Assistant Headmistress which was won overall by Inchcolm House.
also paid tribute:
Our inter-house speechmaking competition on this year’s Goal of ‘Community’ was won by
We remember Eileen Hannan with deep Inchcolm House; Annabel Simpson delivered her speech with enthusiasm and genuine love and
affection. She had such enthusiasm, such humour for her beloved Kilgraston family and friends.
warmth, humour and zest for life. She lived
simply, following strict principles for she had During our hot chocolate morning on the 2nd November we raised £100.00 for ‘Save The Children’.
a real vocation and a deep faith: Eileen was
The house point system is well and truly established again this term with Kinnoull House currently
admired by us all and was indeed very special.
in the lead with 624 house points.
She will be sadly missed but will be well
remembered for she made a difference to all The Housemistresses wish to thank the House Ofﬁcers for their continued support in all our events; we
who knew her. wish all our pupils a peaceful and Merry Christmas and look forward to the spring term in the New Year.
The children in the Nursery have had a very
special delivery in the post. They created a story
about ‘Tractor Ted,’ our Nursery bear, and then
staged photographs to help with illustration.
The Nursery Team then used the photographs
to make a real book. Mrs Eaton said “It is
fantastic and we are all very pleased with it,
parents are welcome to order copies, please
stop by and visit.”
FIELDTRIP TO PERTH
The L5 and Advanced Higher Geography classes
went on a ﬁeldtrip to Perth city centre on Friday
12th October. We were conducting a land-use
survey, asking pedestrians various questions from
our questionnaire, doing a building quality survey,
and completing a pedestrian and trafﬁc count.
We ﬁnished off by visiting the Fair Maids House
(the oldest building in Perth) where we saw maps
showing how Perth had changed throughout the
years. Although it was a hideously wet day, we
all had great fun and managed to complete our
tasks successfully, even managing a warming cup
of hot Chocolate. Thank you to Mrs Prentice, Miss
Beveridge and Bernadette for organizing the trip.
By Rachel Menzies
HALF TERM IN ITALY & LONDON
(an extract from Mrs Saunders’ Assembly)
From Parks to Palaces and Piazzas we roamed From Piazza Navona to Paddington Station
In search of restaurants, ruined cities and railways stations. From Hadrian’s Villa to Windsor Castle
From Airports to Abbeys and Art Galleries From Trevi Fountain to the Trinita dei Monti
We drove under Arches, over Bridges and around Monuments. From Sorrento sul mar to Sloane Square
From Castles to Cathedrals and Churches From Capitoline Hill to Eton College
We gazed at stained glass windows, carved choirs, baptismal fonts From Vatican Museum to Westminster Abbey
and royal sarcophagi. From Hadrian’s Villa to the via Condotti
From café retreats, to corner shops, and sparkling coastlines From Gucci and Dior to Prada and Armani
We sipped cappuccinos amidst blue and yellow Amalﬁ china. From Our Lady of the Well to the Albert Memorial
We downed ice-creams, doffed our clothes and dipped in the sea. From St Peter’s Basilica to Kensington Palace
From our Convent with Sacred Heart Frescoes and gentle nuns From Top Shop to Monsoon and the elusive Jack Wills
We gazed over the steps, the stones, the streets of Rome
Across rooftops and towers and domes and bells. From Marcus Aurelius to Michelangelo
From Trajan’s Column to the Colosseum From Gianlorenzo Bernini to Francis Bacon
From Raffaello Sanzio to Romulus and Remus
From Pompeii to Paestum From Allen Ramsay to Albert and Victoria
From the Pantheon to the Piazza di Spagna From Prêt a Manger to Peter Pan
From Vesuvius to Victoria
From Herculaneum to Harrods We trod the eternal strides of been there, done that, what next?
From Borghese Gardens to Buckingham Palace Can we get an ice-cream now, Mrs Bluett?
Last year was the ﬁrst time the Sports Leader 2
Award was introduced in the 6th form PE option.
To date eight girls have passed this course and
are able to use this qualiﬁcation on their UCAS
application forms (J Menzies, S Elles, S Forbes,
O Fluck, S Farrer, L Gibson and C Innes).
The girls working on this years sports Leaders
2 award are pictured with Alex Potter from the
Sports Leaders Association. All the girls pictured
have now passed their Level 1 award.
Eight girls were selected to play in the
West of Scotland Prep Schools Netball
U-13 matches against the Dandylions.
Those who played in the A team were:
Susie Dougall, Rosie Gow and Rachel
The following girls were in the B’s: Jade
Courtney, Grace Reilly, Nicola Bryan,
Olivia Lindsay and Bethany Smith.
Unfortunately both teams lost. Next term
Kilgraston is hosting the hockey matches
on Thursday 21st March.
In October, Mary Reynolds (L6 Kinnoull) competed in the joint JKA
An intensive sailing training course seems a bit tough, but I would be lying
and UKTKF Scottish Karate Championships.
if I said that I did not come home having had a great time plus a few cuts
She competed very well and came second in the 15-17 year old and bruises. I spent a week out on the water in Force 5-7 winds, helming
kumite (ﬁghting) competition and third in the team kata (set routines). (steering) and crewing mainly in high performance dinghies, 29ers and
There was double the reason to celebrate as not only was Mary the RS200s. Sail training in the morning, off the water for lunch and an M&M
youngest competitor, she was also up against black belt level competitors! ice cream, racing in the afternoon, then late afternoon having a 1-1 lesson
Her sights are now ﬁrmly set on the British championships in March, in windsurﬁng or going out in one of the scarier faster boats with an
we wish her all the best. instructor, slightly more reliable.
Also competing in the championships was Michaela McCarthy (L3 Osprey) Morning training tends to be a couple of hours starting practise, mark
who ﬁnished 4th in the individual open Under 11 competition. Michaela rounding or rules and race plans, with some incredibly varying ideas about
has also been awarded the Best Junior Student award at her club. the rules. These are all then put to the test in the afternoon races, and
with the sun overhead and tempers rising these races can be quite intense.
Well done to Mary and Michaela and our thanks go to Mike Clifford, I tried to helm once and promptly capsized on to another boat.
our Karate coach.
I chose to do windsurﬁng most evenings which ended in a few catapults
If any of the girls are keen to take up Karate they can contact Mrs Stott and no major injuries, although I do have a mystery bruise on the side of
for further information. my face! These are a regular occurrence after a week at Minorca. I did go
out with my dad in an RS 800, this has a twin trapeze so both the helm
and the crew are leaning out on the wire to balance. It is incredibly fast and
within 3 minutes of being out, my mouth had gone dry and I was shaking
with adrenaline. If you come home with no blisters, no bruises and you’re
not rocking in your bed at night then you haven’t tried hard enough!
EQUESTRIAN NEWS UPDATE
• Millie Wilson and Heather Halley are both in
Strathearn’s Junior Mounted Games team and this
year qualiﬁed for the Pony Club Championships
in Cheshire, where they were 7th overall, a great
result. The team also qualiﬁed for the Scottish
Horse of the Year Show in September, at which
they were third.
• Phoebe Reilly and Rachael Menzies competed
for the Strathearn Pony Club Eventing team at
the inter-branch earlier this year, with Phoebe
also participating in the both the Dressage and
Show Jumping teams. Strathearn won all three
competitions, with Phoebe coming ﬁrst individually
in both Dressage and Eventing. This qualiﬁed the
teams for the National Novice Championships
in Chester, at which the team was 3rd in Show
Jumping and 7th in Eventing. Phoebe was placed
4th individual in the Eventing.
• Maria McElhinney came second at this year’s
Royal Highland Show in the First Ridden Pony
of Show Hunter Type, just one highlight in what
was an exceptionally consistent season. As a
result she was also awarded a prize from BSPS
Scotland for ﬁnishing the season 2nd in her
category. Maria and Sir Taffy also completed their
ﬁrst ever cross country event at Kinnaird last
month and ﬁnished 3rd.
• Olivia Morison with her new horse Billy also
had some great results over the past season
despite the numerous cancellations over the
summer months. She went on to represent
Kilgraston at the recent National Schools
Equestrian Association (NSEA) competition in
Glasgow. She posted fantastic percentages in both
the Novice and Elementary Dressage dressage
(71% and 69%) to win both tests.
• Kilgraston was also well represented at the team
NSEA Show Jumping competition. The senior team
of Olivia Morison, Sophie Stanistreet, Louisa
Thomson and Emma Burnet taking third place in
the 90cm class. Louisa also won the 80cm class as
REBECCA NORVAL VAULTING
BRITISH CHAMPION SUCCESS Georgina Chalmers-Gray and Harry (her 7 year old Highland Pony) have certainly had
a busy year. Since November 2011 they have competed throughout the UK and collected
Rebecca Norval (U5 Kinnoull) had a very some very impressive awards along the way.
successful and busy weekend competing at the
As well as involvement in a Dressage to
British Equestrian Vaulting Championships held at
Music Demonstration in April and a showing
Bishop Burton College, England this year.
demonstration last month, they were also awarded d
She competed in the Junior Individual 14-18 class the junior Performance Trophy by the Highland
and picked up 3rd place overall. Pony Society. In July they were crowned Champion
Junior at the Highland Pony Breed Show, and
The best was left for last when Rebecca with her whilst there also picked up the Junior Dressage
partner Andrew also competed in the Pas de Deux and the Junior Working Hunter Trophies. The pair
competition winning 1st place and being crowned were also 4th and 5th in the Novice and Prelim
British Champions! Junior sections at the prestigious NPS Dressage
A wonderful achievement and both Rebecca and Championships at Addington Manor (Bucks)
Andrew have been invited to London to celebrate in April, as well as ﬁnishing 3rd in a more
their success. advanced Elementary class.
During their ﬁrst
One Day Event they ﬁnished 2nd
overall, with the plan to compete in
December at both Gleneagles and the
Performance Scheme for the Highland
To top it all off, the pair have recently
joined British Dressage and selected
to represent Scotland, what a way to
round off a fantastic year - well done
to Georgina and Harry!
In September, a group of Babcock’s graduate engineers treated all of the
U5 pupils to a marvellous workshop. These young professionals delivered
a session that educated Kilgraston girls on the different career paths within
engineering. As well as this, the pupils had an opportunity to plan, design,
create and test their very own version of the Goliath crane at Inverkeithing.
To do this the girls had to consider many variables such as cost, stability,
and efﬁciency. This workshop is organised annually by the Kilgraston
Mathematics Department and gives all of our pupils the opportunity to
experience a little of what a career in engineering could mean for them.
MUSIC ART &
The annual Glenalmond Choral Day took
place in October and Kilgraston sent its largest
representation to the event with over 35 girls
participating. It was a wonderful day of music
Higher and A-Level Art & Design pupils
making with pupils from a number of other Prep started the term by taking part in a
Schools and Glenalmond Chapel Choir. The drawing day at the Museum of Scotland
music was very challenging but the girls rose to in Edinburgh. This proved to be extremely
the challenge and performed wonderfully well. valuable and gave pupils the opportunity
to gather vital research. Subjects studied
The Music Department has welcomed two new
varied from South African beadwork to
Instrumental Teachers to the school this term,
animals in motion in the Animal World
Mr Andrew Paterson on Guitar and Miss Emma
Gallery. Pupils returned to school with
Peebles on Violin and Viola. The number of
a wealth of information in the form of
pupils taking Instrumental lessons has seen
drawings and photographs. This research
a signiﬁcant rise and there are now over 200
is now inspiring some very exciting
lessons taking place every week with our team
Design and Expressive folio work.
of highly skilled instructors.
After all the creating and presenting it is time
to get down to the nitty gritty and learn the
Drama vocabulary in time for the preliminary
examinations. U5 girls quiz each other to see
who comes out tops; a few even go in for
a QI style of knowledge and understanding
as they seek to cram all the terminology
required for the best results.
U4 DRAMA AND
‘A MIDSUMMER NIGHT’S DREAM’ THE
U4 get mystical and magical with Lyceum theatre practitioner Jennie McGregor as they prepare to
see a performance of Shakespeare’s ‘A Midsummer Night’s Dream’.
After exploring the main themes and issues in the drama class, U4 enjoyed a whole morning
of playing with the language and identifying the different worlds within the play. The fabulous
workshop put everyone in the right mood for a truly hilarious and memorable night at the theatre.
St George’s School for Girls and Kilgraston
Higher Drama students joined forces in
Edinburgh for ‘The Stanislavski Experience’ led
by actor Nick O’Brien and author of Stanislavski
in Practice and Theatre in Practice: a Student’s
The girls relished the opportunity to learn
the important elements of acting using the
system laid down by Stanislavski. His detailed
toolkit was later developed in the USA by Lee
Strasberg and forms the basis of Method acting
as employed by our great screen idols of today.
The girls from both schools worked well
together during a challenging and informative
workshop. The shared experience will enhance
their understanding of producing a play both
from a director’s and an actor’s perspective –
essential ingredients for a successful outcome
at Higher Drama level.
The Prep School has had a busy ﬁrst term of activities and trips. Lower
4th pupils went to Dalguise for a day of jumping, ﬂying, problem
solving and team building. Upper First took the train and the Subway
to the Transport Museum in Glasgow, ﬁnding out about many different
modes of transport through the years. Upper 2nd had a morning
at Friarton Recycling Centre where they were learning about how to
Reduce, Reuse and Recycle to do our part and improve the environment.
Reception/Lower 1st visited Camperdown Park, reading maps and
ﬁnding out about different animals.
L2nd made their way to Discovery Point in Dundee followed by an
adventure at St Andrew’s Aquarium, ﬁnding out about Maritime activities
and life underwater.
Science has been to the fore with Lower and Upper 3rd. Dr Boyd from the
University of the Highlands and Islands asked the girls of Upper 3rd: “Why
are leaves green?” The girls carried out a number of experiments in the Lab
to answer this important question.
It seems as though the Changing Rooms team has visited the Prep school this
term. The Lower 4th girls have completed a makeover of their new common
room area, complete with turquoise sofas and Trish has a newly renovated
Reception that would not look out of place on the Starship Enterprise. In the
Atrium every member of the Prep School has designed their own Community
Hearts that are now on one display and the Nursery pupils have designed a
new Sensory Garden.
from Nursery y
ed audience of
all performed poems, songs and plays to an audi dience f
family and friends. Donations of food and vegetables were gratefully received and after
the service all the items were packed by the girls in Reception and Lower 1st and taken
to the Churches Action for the Homeless in Perth.
The annual shoebox campaign was a great success as always with Prep families donating
136 shoeboxes for the Blythswood Shoebox Appeal. It is such a worthwhile cause and
it is lovely to think of the positive difference we can make for so many people.
Thirty L3 and U3 girls have been introduced to the hi-tech
h “The ﬁnal task was
world of robots. a real challenge. The
teams had to write a
Employees from computer giant IBM delivered a robotics computer programme
masterclass to the girls, giving them an idea of what a future to make the robot work
career in the world of computers might be like. within a circle and the
Head of Prep Kathryn Ebrahim explained: “The girls were
e robot’s task was to push
shown how to design and build robots which led to them plastic cups and balls out
using a computer programme to instruct the robots to of
o the circle.
perform various tasks. “Amidst all this, each
“The girls worked in small teams with a dedicated leader team had to prepare and
from IBM for the duration of the day. This allowed them to
o present a Powerpoint
work with people with whom they would not normally be presentation explaining
partnered and develop new working relationships. their
th experiences during
th day. Prizes were
“There were three main tasks to complete during the awarded for the robot
day. The ﬁrst was to programme the robot to travel a scoring the most points
short distance in a straight line. Once each team had throughout the day and
successfully programmed and tested their robot, the also
als for the team which had
teams came together to race them. The whole Prep worked together the best.”
School watched with great excitement as the robots
battled their way to ﬁrst place! Kilgraston Principal Frank
Thompson said: “The girls
“The second task involved re-programming the robot to travel forwards to which
hi h really inspirational. Not only did
thoroughly enjoyed the day which was really inspi
a certain point before reversing to the start and coming into contact with they learn about computing but they also developed excellent teamwork
a balloon. The robots had been furnished with “javelins” in the form of skills and gained conﬁdence in an area that was new to them.”
cocktail sticks with which to burst the balloon.
CITIZENSHIP & COMMUNITY
A small group of U4 and L5 pupils
volunteered to attend Moncreiffe Care
Home’s Halloween Party this term. Much
to the delight of the elderly residents, the
girls got into the spirit by dressing up in
scary costumes. The party included a variety SCHOOL TRIP TO
of activities from magic tricks to creating
personalised balloon hats. During the RECYCLE CENTRE
entertainment, Kilgraston pupils chatted
We went to Friarton Recycle Centre on
to the Care Home residents and both
October 30th as part of our project on
generations enjoyed the others’ company.
Recycling. Friarton is in Perth so we
travelled there on the school mini bus.
First of all we were met by a lady called
KILGRASTON DAVID HUNTER:
Kim. We were so scared that we would
have to go back to school because it was
raining. Luckily the rain stopped so we
ACTION BRAEMAR HALF
were able to ﬁnish all the activities.
Our ﬁrst activity was about Landﬁll where
SIX Kilgraston School pupils have won a we learned that Landﬁll is taking over our
second prestigious award from the British planet. To get to the next activity we had
Here is David Hunter (Kilgraston Maintenance)
Red Cross. to walk over a walkway. The walkway was
on his way to winning 1st place in the Braemar
In addition to winning the Community Half Marathon on Sunday 9th September 2012. made of recycled milk cartons. At the top
Action category in the annual He completed the race in 1 hour 18 mins, of the walkway there was a totem pole
Humanitarian Citizen Awards last month, 14secs and lead from start to ﬁnish. which had rubbish attached to it. There was
the girls were runners-up in the Red a cartwheel, a computer, a horse shoe, a
Congratulations from all at Kilgraston. mobile phone. This showed us how types
Cross’s national Justice and Fairness
competition this week in London. rubbish has changed over the centuries.
The girls - Sophie Aird, Phoebe Choi, Next she showed us the recycling timeline.
Ruth Faherty, Phoebe Reilly, Ola Tkacz We found out that even in the Stone Age
and Anna Wylie – formed The Kilgraston people used landﬁll and we only started
Action Group for their International recycling in the 1990s.
Humanitarian Law and Child Soldiers After that we went to a line chart and
Action Project. They presented their found out the percent of rubbish we are
project to the judges and participated in recycling. The answer was 70%.
a rigorous question and answer session
which led to their being awarded the Finally we went on a path made of recycled
runner-up spot. They have won another glass. It was very impressive. Then we had
trip to London where they will deliver a ‘rubbish’ race. The other team won but
their presentation at the Foreign and that’s OK.
Commonwealth Ofﬁce and spend the day
I loved the trip, it was so cool. We need to
learning about international issues. They
recycle. I hope we will.
have also won a trip to the theatre to see
a show of their choice. London 2013, David? By Romy Boyd, Upper 2
SPIRIT OF YOUTH
AWARDS JUDGING FLORA FLOURISHES
Flora Wilson in Primary 7 has become the sixty-second
Perth and Kinross Council asked for winner of a top Perthshire horse-riding trophy. She came
the help of Kilgraston pupils in judging ﬁrst in the Cross Country event hosted by Strathearn Pony
their annual Spirit of Youth Awards. Our Club at Bachilton Farm, Methven.
girls had to study nominations from
local community groups and individuals All competitors had to jump a 2ft 6 course and for her
and they then graded them on several efforts Flora (11), from Perth, won the Andrew Drummond
categories. This judging will enable Moray Cup which has been awarded to winners of the
the Council to make fair, informed event since 1950.
decisions on the winners, which are to be
Head of the Prep School Kathryn Ebrahim said: “Flora is
announced at the upcoming ceremony at
a talented girl who excels in so many areas and we are
Perth Concert Hall.
delighted that she has achieved this remarkable feat.”
Miss Taylor – Citizenship Co-ordinator
Kilgraston, Bridge of Earn, Perth PH2 9BQ. Telephone: 01738 812257. Fax: 01738 813410
email: headofﬁce@kilgraston.com www.kilgraston.com
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