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Admissions Officer

We have an exciting opportunity for a dedicated and enthusiastic individual to join our External Relations team as an Admissions Officer, on a full-time basis.

At Strathallan, we pride ourselves on providing a dynamic and supportive learning environment that fosters academic achievement, personal growth, and a sense of belonging for every pupil. This role offers the chance to work closely with prospective pupils and their families, guiding them through the admissions process and showcasing all that Strathallan has to offer.

If you are passionate about education, possess excellent interpersonal skills, and thrive in a fast-paced environment, we would love to hear from you.

Strathallan School is a leading co-educational boarding and day school with an outstanding reputation academically, in sports and in the arts. There are approximately 605 pupils of ages 5 – 18, divided between Strathallan Prep School and Strathallan Senior School. There are three senior girls’ houses, four senior boys’ houses and a junior boarding house. Approximately 65% of the pupils are full boarders.

The school is situated in the beautiful Earn Valley on a self-contained wooded estate of 153 acres at the edge of the village of Forgandenny. Perth is the nearest town some ten minutes away by car and access to the motorways puts Edinburgh (45 mins), Glasgow (1 hr) and the Scottish Highlands within easy reach.

The school is well-resourced with a mixture of traditional and modern buildings. The main building, a Grade B listing, was once a large private mansion, bought by the school’s founder, Harry Riley, in 1920 when he moved the school from its original 1913 location in Bridge of Allan.

The school exists to provide an inclusive all-round education for its pupils in a nurturing and caring environment. Our aim is to engage pupils to be their best and prepare them for the demands of further study and future work in an increasingly diverse and global university and employment market. We do this through opportunities that inspire and challenge, and by expecting effort and hard work from each pupil to achieve their best, based on the values of respect, kindness, honestly, hard work, humility and excellence, all underpinned by the fundamental value of love.

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