SIRCC Residential Child Care Awards 2017

Congratulations to our Locheil house staff and young people who were awarded the highly commended Breaking Barriers award at the annual SIRCC Residential Child Care Awards last night. The prestigious award ceremony, hosted by Celcis, the ... Read More

Kickstart Theatre Company

We recently enjoyed a very humorous and engaging visit from the Kickstart Theatre Company who performed a smoking-prevention play for our pupils. The interactive performance aimed to encourage our young people to make healthy decisions and spoke to th... Read More

Show Racism the Red Card

The St Philip's young people were involved in a series of talks given by the organisation 'Show Racism the Red Card'. There was a dual focus to the presentations, which thoroughly explored issues of racism but also considered the wider problem of discrimi... Read More

Anne Frank Exhibition

The students here at St Philip's were recently involved in a project, which looked at the horrific discrimination and persecution suffered by the Jewish People during the Second World War, through the story of Anne Frank. Their studies were supported b... Read More


International storytellers, Amina Blackwood -Meeks amnd Beatriz Quintana Valla, who were recently in Scotland for the Dare to Dream Storytelling Festival, visited the boys here at St Philip's School, telling them traditional stories from their home countr... Read More

Annual Ski Trip – February 2016

Every year the school endeavours to bring a number of young people to the slopes of Glenshee, for a residential Ski trip. The skiing takes place in Glenshee and the group stay in a small hall in the village of Braemar, which is 10 miles from the slopes... Read More

Morar Camp – May 2016

Once again, St Philip's annual trip to the North West Highlands proved a major success. The shores of Loch Morar welcomed fourteen of our young people and ten enthusiastic adults. They were all keen to survive for a week under canvas and take part in a... Read More