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Members of the Gordon’s School community have been invited to light a candle in the Chapel in remembrance of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II, who was Patron of the school and whose legacy of faithful leadership and selfless service will be remembered by generations and will inspire future generations.
The whole School community congregated on the Parade Square for prayers this morning to honour Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II, who was the School's Patron. Prayers were led by School Chaplain the Reverend Graham Wright. The Last Post was sounded and two minutes silence observed. The Pipes and Drums played The Lament, Flowers of the Forest. Unfortunately the planned livestream couldn’t take place due to technical difficulties but the Pipes and Drums’ lament can be seen here.
The whole School community will be gathering together this morning at 10.35am on the Parade Square to pay our respects to Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II, who was the School's Patron, with a prayer led by the Reverend Graham Wright, the School Chaplain and a Piper playing the Lament.

The occasion will be live-streamed on the Gordon's Official page
The Gordon’s School community joins the nation this evening in mourning the death of Queen Elizabeth II. Union flags at Gordon’s have been flying at half-mast since the announcement. Tomorrow the whole school will assemble on the Parade Square to pay their respects, led by the Chaplain, the Reverend Graham Wright. Queen Elizabeth II has been Patron of the school since her accession to the throne in 1952, continuing the unbroken line of sovereign Patrons since the school was founded in 1885.
Rob and Rich Monk, sons of Steve Monk, a much-loved member of the Gordon’s staff, have asked for the following message to be shared with the school community:

We can’t thank you enough for all the kind messages we have received over the past few days. Your heartfelt support and shared memories have been greatly appreciated during this difficult time.

The funeral will take place at 3:20pm Wed 31 Aug at the Southend Crematorium, 285 Sutton Rd, Southend-on-Sea, SS2 5PX. This will be followed by a social gathering at approx. 4:30pm at Thorpe Hall Golf Club, Thorpe Hall Av, Thorpe Bay, Essex, SS1 3AT. The Golf Club is about 10 mins by car from the Crematorium. There are a good number of hotels nearby for anyone requiring overnight accommodation.

Please can we ask that anyone wishing to attend email us at [email protected]. This will allow us to ensure the venues are setup appropriately. Those attending are requested to dress respectfully and appropriately for the occasion. Finally, in lieu of flowers anyone wishing to contribute is invited to make a charitable donation to Bowel Cancer UK by following this link: https://www.bowelcanceruk.org.uk/donate/

Once again, thankyou for all your kind words of support, we hope you can join us in giving Dad the send off he deserves.

Regards,

Rob and Rich
The sons of Steve Monk, a much-loved former member of staff at Gordon’s have asked this to be shared with the school community:

It is with very heavy hearts that we share the news that following a short battle with cancer Steve Monk passed away this morning. Dad left us quietly and with dignity with Mum by his side at their home.

Clearly, this has all come as a huge shock and it will take some time to fill the vast void that he filled in our lives.

We know many of you will share our sadness and ask that you give us time and space to come to terms with this untimely loss.

We will, of course, keep you informed of funeral plans over the coming weeks.

Best wishes.

Rob and Rich Monk
In a glorious celebration, marking the end of the academic year, staff, parents, Gordonians and friends congregated on the Front Field at Gordon’s today for the 137th Annual Parade and Inspection. Leading the Gordon's School Pipes and Drums for the last time, Drum Major Rose Roberts, to ‘The Spirit of Gordon’, which was composed by four students over lockdown. Inspecting the Parade was Guest of Honour General Sir Peter Wall GCB CBE DL, former Chairman of the Gordon Foundation.
Winners of the Tes Boarding School of the Year Award, which recognises innovation, imagination and efforts to develop children in ways that go beyond academic achievement and the league tables as well as maintained continued excellence. Gordon’s is one of eight boarding schools across the country to have been nominated. Thank you to all in our community for your support and hard work in helping to secure our Award.
Celebrating our Patron, HM The Queen’s Platinum Jubilee today with the Patron’s Parade. The Parade Square proudly displaying Union Jacks as the Gordon's Pipes Drums marched on playing Diu Regnare ( ‘Long Reigning'), composed by Stuart Liddell for the occasion of the Platinum Jubilee. Leading the Parade was Sergeant Major Isabelle Fleming. The Drum Major was Rose Roberts and Pipe Major Matt Carter. Gordon’s Parent and Trustee of the Gordon Foundation, Major General Angus Fay inspected the Parade.
Gordon's School Shields are back in stock.
Saluting our Patron Her Majesty The Queen, the first Monarch in British history to celebrate a Platinum Jubilee. This historic milestone will be marked in school, most notably by the Patron’s Parade on 11th June.

This is the official page of Gordon's School, your place for news and nostalgia. By using t Tes Boarding School of the Year 2022.

Queen Victoria took the lead in demanding that a fitting National Memorial should be created for Britain's hero and martyr, General Charles George Gordon CB. The Queen being the first of an unbroken line of sovereign patrons whose interest has been maintained to the present day.

Operating as usual

06/09/2023
Photos from Friends of Gordon's School's post 17/08/2023

Jubilant scenes at Gordon's this morning as students came into collect another superb set of results in which 86% achieved A* to C; 65% A* to B and 31%A*-A. BTEC results were also outstanding with 75% securing a Merit+. Gordon's Headmaster Andrew Moss paid tribute to the students and staff saying: “These are the last of four public examinations directly affected by the Covid pandemic. Congratulations to our students and staff for their hard work and commitment in achieving a set of superb results given the challenges posed by the pandemic.”

11/08/2023

Have you booked? Tickets now available for the open air screening of The Greatest Showman at Gordon's on Friday 8th September on the Front Field. Tickets are £5 and available from the Box Office - www.gordons.school/boxoffice

18/07/2023

The Greatest Showman comes to Gordon's on Friday 8th September with the return of the open air cinema on the Front Field. Open to all in the community, tickets are £5 and available from the Box Office - www.gordons.school/boxoffice

17/07/2023

Determined to leave a lasting legacy at Gordon’s, in the form of bagpipes, School Bursar Susan Meikle has achieved this, raising not only enough money for one set of pipes, but for five! Mrs Meikle, who retires at the end of August after 11 years at Gordon’s, had twice tandem-jumped out of an aeroplane to raise funds for school projects but the challenge of mastering the chanter and passing the Level 2 of the Piping and Drumming Qualifications Board was her biggest test to date. Since November, she has been attending weekly lessons on the chanter (the part of the bagpipe used to create a melody), spurred on by sponsorship by parents, students, staff and friends of the School. Now, as well as passing her exam, she has learned that £2,515 has been raised – enough to buy five new sets of bagpipes for use by the school’s pipers. Mrs Meikle said: "This was an unusual challenge to set myself but one that I am proud to have achieved, particularly encouraged by such generous donations for which I thank everyone most sincerely. The Pipe Band is an iconic aspect of Gordon’s and I now have some understanding of their hard work and commitment".

Photos from Gordon's School's post 08/07/2023
25/06/2023

Summer Arts Evening is back! And tomorrow’s event looks set to be the best yet! Just bring a picnic blanket, sit back and be entertained. Gates open at 4pm on the Front Field. All welcome!

Photos from Friends of Gordon's School's post 24/04/2023

She’s done it! After months of training, Gordon’s PE teacher Emily King completed an epic London Marathon run yesterday in four hours and two minutes, raising over £6,000 for ABF The Soldiers' Charity in memory of her friend and colleague, former Director of Sport at Gordon’s, Steve Monk. Many congratulations Mrs King!
After the run, she said: “I can’t thank everyone enough for all their support and generous donations to The ABF. It was an awesome day, tough but an incredible and unforgettable experience and the support all the way round was amazing! I was proud to run in Steve’s memory and I know he was with me every step of the way”.

Donations can still be made to her Justgiving page here - https://events.soldierscharity.org/fundraisers/emilyking/londonmarathon2023

30/01/2023

A regular runner, with a lifetime ambition to complete the London Marathon, Gordon’s PE teacher Emily King has finally taken the plunge and signed up for it after the death of a close friend and former colleague Steve Monk.
Mrs King (nee Clarke) has just over 12 weeks in which to prepare for the run, in aid of ABF The Soldiers' Charity.
While she has completed half marathons and usually runs three times a week, the lead up to the marathon and the event itself, will prove the ultimate test in endurance and stamina.
“It’s going to be a tough and a huge challenge, but I know Steve’s voice will be in my head through the dark winter training” she revealed.
Her friend Steve Monk, who was Director of Sport at Gordon’s for 20 years, joined the school after a 20 year career with the Army PT Corps. Emily recalls not only working with him on the sports pitches but on staff videos, singing together to entertain students in ‘Gordon’s has Talent’ and enjoying the annual school ski trip.
“Steve was the one that got me into running”, explained Emily, adding: “I contacted Steve’s wife when the ABF offered me a place and she said ‘go for it, Steve would be so chuffed’. All I thought was ‘oh no I am going to have to do it!’.”
A PE teacher for 22 years at Gordon’s, Mrs King also chose the charity not only for its connection to Steve Monk but due to the number of children attending Gordon’s from Forces families and the staff with links to the Services.
“ABF the Soldiers’ Charity really do make a difference to so many lives supporting our Army personnel and their families in so many ways.
“I’ve set myself a challenge and I’ve got to just go for it and hope I can do it.”
To sponsor, Mrs King, please click this link - https://events.soldierscharity.org/s/18451/29856/e

Photos from Friends of Gordon's School's post 18/01/2023

Proud moment for our students and staff yesterday as The Earl of Wessex visited the school to officially open the new Sports Hub and unveil a plaque commemorating the occasion. The Earl toured the new Fitness Suite, Rowing Centre and watched football and rugby on the sports pitches. His Royal Highness also spent time over a coffee with the school’s student Wellbeing Prefects and mental health first aiders and learned how pastoral staff care for boarding students, particularly those whose families are in the Armed Forces.

As well as chatting to players and teaching staff, His Royal Highness enjoyed the opportunity to take on some of the students in a game of table tennis!

Photos from Friends of Gordon's School's post 12/12/2022

Heralding the start of an exciting partnership with Gordon’s, Finlay MacDonald and Ailis Sutherland from the National Piping Centre in Scotland, who not only delivered a masterclass for the Pipes and Drums on Saturday but gave a recital in the evening. In addition, they revealed that the National Piping Centre will be involved with a scholarship programme for piping at Gordon’s from 2023 and will be hosting a Spring School in April.

06/12/2022

Have you got what it takes? There are a number of support staff roles at Gordon's, including casual cover supervisor, sports hub catering assistant, cleaner/housekeeper and catering assistant. To view the roles and apply, visit www.gordons.school/joinus

02/12/2022

Could you offer a term time home to one of our students enrolled in the Harlequins/Gordon’s Partnership Programmes. The commitment would be for two academic years, providing overnight accommodation and breakfast between Monday evening and Saturday breakfast for 36 weeks a year from September 2023. For further information, please contact Helen Carruthers ([email protected]).

24/11/2022

Arriving tomorrow at Gordon's, BBC Radio 4s Any Questions? team and panel, announced today as - trade unionist and writer Paul Embery; Shadow Business Minister Seema Malhotra MP; Transport Minister Huw Merriman MP and Economist Editor Zanny Minto Beddoes. A few tickets are still available free through the school box office - www.gordons.school/boxoffice

Photos from Friends of Gordon's School's post 14/11/2022

Members of the community joined students, parents and staff from Gordon’s on Sunday for the Parade and Service of Remembrance around the Parade Square at the school, taken by the School Chaplain the Reverend Graham Wright.
Dressed in their Blues uniform and accompanied by the Pipes and Drums, the student body marched and remembered the sacrifices of so many, including the 155 former students killed in action during the First World War; 31 in the Second World War and Gordonian Darryl Gardiner and affiliated staff member Steve Curley, both killed in Afghanistan.
Over 8,000 miles away in In the Falkland Islands, Major John Balmer, Contingent Commander of Gordon’s School’s Combined Cadet Force (CCF) was laying a wreath at Port Stanley in remembrance of his fallen colleagues. Major Balmer was a section commander in the Third Battalion of the Parachute Regiment and was one of the 26,000 Armed Forces personnel deployed to the islands to fight in the war against Argentina 40 years ago.

Save the Date 10/11/2022

Our November Supper Club sold out in 24 hours, so save the date. Details on how to book will be released in the New Year so follow Gordon's to Go page and don't miss out.

Save the Date Gordon's Supper Club 24th February 2023

10/11/2022

Forty years ago, Major John Balmer, Contingent Commander of Gordon’s School’s Combined Cadet Force (CCF) travelled to the Falkland Islands, one of 26,000 Armed Forces personnel deployed there to fight in the war against Argentina to liberate the islands from Argentinian occupation.
This week, he is returning to the islands off the south-east coast of South America, with other veterans of the war, to lay a wreath in remembrance of his fallen colleagues.
Major Balmer, who was a section commander in the Third Battalion of the Parachute Regiment and in his early twenties during the 74 day war, remembers taking six weeks on board the cruise liner The Canberra to travel to the remote islands. He is returning to the islands by plane from RAF Brize Norton, a journey that will take just over 16 hours!
The opportunity to return to the islands and commemorate those he fought alongside, was offered to Major Balmer by the Ministry of Defence who held a ballot. He and his wife will stay with a family from the islands.
“I remember the Falklands as being a bleak, barren place with a constant roaring wind and frequent rain and snow showers. I was involved in the battle for Mount Longdon which was one of the final battles leading to the liberation of the Islands. It will be interesting to see it now” said Major Balmer.

The Gordon's Remembrance Sunday Parade on 13th November, will take place from 10.45am on the Gordon's Parade Square.

02/11/2022

A special Service of Remembrance and Thanksgiving will be held in the School Chapel of St Edward the Confessor this Sunday (6th November) at 3pm. The Chapel Service, led by the School Chaplain the Reverend Graham Wright will provide an opportunity to quietly remember loved ones with thanksgiving and recall all that they gave and meant. The Semper Fidelis Singers will be singing and refreshments will be served afterwards in the Library. All are welcome to attend.

Box office 27/10/2022

BBC Radio 4s topical current affairs programme Any Questions? comes to Gordon’s School on Friday 25th November.

The programme has been running since 1948 and now attracts 1.59 million listeners. What hasn’t changed in its history is that the panel never sees the questions posed in advance, by members of the audience, and hear them for the first time at the same moment as the live audience and those listening at home.

Who will be on the panel is a closely-guarded secret but is usually made up of prominent politicians as well as leading figures from the worlds of Arts, Science, Business, Law and other areas of public life.

Given the current political situation, the event promises some particularly lively debates!

Tickets for Any Questions? are available free, on a first come, first served basis from the Gordon’s School Box Office – www.gordons.school/boxoffice.

Box office Get your thinking hats on and wake up the quiz brain cells. It's that time of year again and our amazing GSPA Quiz Night is back and will take place on Friday, 14th October 2022. This is a great fun, enjoyable evening and an opportunity to meet other parents, socialise, enjoy a drink (or two) and h...

Photos from Boarding Schools' Association's post 13/09/2022
12/09/2022

Members of the Gordon’s School community have been invited to light a candle in the Chapel in remembrance of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II, who was Patron of the school and whose legacy of faithful leadership and selfless service will be remembered by generations and will inspire future generations.

09/09/2022

The whole School community will be gathering together this morning at 10.35am on the Parade Square to pay our respects to Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II, who was the School's Patron, with a prayer led by the Reverend Graham Wright, the School Chaplain and a Piper playing the Lament.

The occasion will be live-streamed on the Gordon's Official page

08/09/2022

The Gordon’s School community joins the nation this evening in mourning the death of Queen Elizabeth II. Union flags at Gordon’s have been flying at half-mast since the announcement. Tomorrow the whole school will assemble on the Parade Square to pay their respects, led by the Chaplain, the Reverend Graham Wright. Queen Elizabeth II has been Patron of the school since her accession to the throne in 1952, continuing the unbroken line of sovereign Patrons since the school was founded in 1885.

Donate | Make an online donation 15/08/2022

Rob and Rich Monk, sons of Steve Monk, a much-loved member of the Gordon’s staff, have asked for the following message to be shared with the school community:

We can’t thank you enough for all the kind messages we have received over the past few days. Your heartfelt support and shared memories have been greatly appreciated during this difficult time.

The funeral will take place at 3:20pm Wed 31 Aug at the Southend Crematorium, 285 Sutton Rd, Southend-on-Sea, SS2 5PX. This will be followed by a social gathering at approx. 4:30pm at Thorpe Hall Golf Club, Thorpe Hall Av, Thorpe Bay, Essex, SS1 3AT. The Golf Club is about 10 mins by car from the Crematorium. There are a good number of hotels nearby for anyone requiring overnight accommodation.

Please can we ask that anyone wishing to attend email us at [email protected]. This will allow us to ensure the venues are setup appropriately. Those attending are requested to dress respectfully and appropriately for the occasion. Finally, in lieu of flowers anyone wishing to contribute is invited to make a charitable donation to Bowel Cancer UK by following this link: https://www.bowelcanceruk.org.uk/donate/

Once again, thankyou for all your kind words of support, we hope you can join us in giving Dad the send off he deserves.

Regards,

Rob and Rich

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09/08/2022

The sons of Steve Monk, a much-loved former member of staff at Gordon’s have asked this to be shared with the school community:

It is with very heavy hearts that we share the news that following a short battle with cancer Steve Monk passed away this morning. Dad left us quietly and with dignity with Mum by his side at their home.

Clearly, this has all come as a huge shock and it will take some time to fill the vast void that he filled in our lives.

We know many of you will share our sadness and ask that you give us time and space to come to terms with this untimely loss.

We will, of course, keep you informed of funeral plans over the coming weeks.

Best wishes.

Rob and Rich Monk

02/07/2022

In a glorious celebration, marking the end of the academic year, staff, parents, Gordonians and friends congregated on the Front Field at Gordon’s today for the 137th Annual Parade and Inspection. Leading the Gordon's School Pipes and Drums for the last time, Drum Major Rose Roberts, to ‘The Spirit of Gordon’, which was composed by four students over lockdown. Inspecting the Parade was Guest of Honour General Sir Peter Wall GCB CBE DL, former Chairman of the Gordon Foundation.

17/06/2022

Winners of the Tes Boarding School of the Year Award, which recognises innovation, imagination and efforts to develop children in ways that go beyond academic achievement and the league tables as well as maintained continued excellence. Gordon’s is one of eight boarding schools across the country to have been nominated. Thank you to all in our community for your support and hard work in helping to secure our Award.

11/06/2022

Celebrating our Patron, HM The Queen’s Platinum Jubilee today with the Patron’s Parade. The Parade Square proudly displaying Union Jacks as the Gordon's Pipes Drums marched on playing Diu Regnare ( ‘Long Reigning'), composed by Stuart Liddell for the occasion of the Platinum Jubilee. Leading the Parade was Sergeant Major Isabelle Fleming. The Drum Major was Rose Roberts and Pipe Major Matt Carter. Gordon’s Parent and Trustee of the Gordon Foundation, Major General Angus Fay inspected the Parade.

08/06/2022

Gordon's School Shields are back in stock.

Last time we sold out in 24 hours so we are really pleased to be able to offer more Gordon’s Shields to purchase! A great keepsake memory where you can either have The Gordon Boys’ School or Gordon’s School on the scroll. We've had a real mixture of orders from Parents and Gordonians.

For more information and to purchase please visit www.gordons.school/boxoffice

02/06/2022

Saluting our Patron Her Majesty The Queen, the first Monarch in British history to celebrate a Platinum Jubilee. This historic milestone will be marked in school, most notably by the Patron’s Parade on 11th June.

“Thank you to everyone who has been involved in convening communities, families, neighbours and friends to mark my Platinum Jubilee, in the United Kingdom and across the Commonwealth.

“I know that many happy memories will be created at these festive occasions. I continue to be inspired by the goodwill shown to me, and hope that the coming days will provide an opportunity to reflect on all that has been achieved during the last seventy years, as we look to the future with confidence and enthusiasm.”

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To mark the beginning of the Celebration Weekend, a new portrait of The Queen has been released.

The photograph was taken by Ranald Mackechnie at Windsor Castle on 25 May. Captured in the background are the Castle’s Round Tower, and the statue of King Charles II which stands in the Quadrangle of the Castle.

15/04/2022

Wishing our staff, Gordonians, students, their families and all in our school community a very happy Easter. Pictured is our beautiful chapel of Saint Edward the Confessor.

Photos from Friends of Gordon's School's post 31/03/2022

Work off all your Easter eggs and join us for the Gordon’s Dash (fun run) on Sunday 24th April at 10am.
This year’s run will take place on the Windlemere Sang in West End, you can choose to run ether 2.5k or 5k, all money raised from this event will go to support our whole school charity the Camelthorn Foundation.
Entries for the Dash will close of Friday 22nd April.

To book your place go to the School Box Office www.gordons.school/boxoffice the cost to run is £5 for 2.5k and £10 for 5k.

Further details regarding registration will be sent after booking.
Hope you can join us,
Happy Easter.

30/03/2022

The school is holding another collection for Ukraine on Friday 1st April. Open to anyone in the community, please bring the following items to the Dining Hall (on the left after the main school gates) between 10am and 2pm. Thank you in advance for your support.

29/03/2022

Gordon’s is holding another collection for Ukraine on Friday 1st April. Open to anyone in the community, please bring the following items to the Dining Hall (on the left after the main school gates) between 10am and 2pm. Thank you in advance for your support.

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In a glorious celebration, marking the end of the academic year, staff, parents, Gordonians and friends congregated on t...
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The annual Gordon Memorial Service was held at Guildford Cathedral today, attended by the whole school, staff and Govern...
The annual Gordon Memorial Service was held at Guildford Cathedral today, attended by the whole school, staff and Govern...
Gordon’s School returned to Whitehall today for the annual Parade in memory of General Charles Gordon in whose honour th...
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