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  1. 17 de mar. de 2020 · Gordonstoun is pleased to announce a Gordonstoun school will be built in Nova Scotia, a Canadian province with historic links to Gordonstoun. A consortium led by Canadian businessman Edward Farren, with the cooperation of the local government, will build a 250- acre campus in Annapolis County, where pupils will be able to benefit ...

  2. 21 de jan. de 2021 · Annapolis County will apply to the Supreme Court of Nova Scotia to rescind a motion made by the outgoing council involving a lease agreement and conveyance of land to the developer of a private...

  3. 19 de mar. de 2020 · It is planned that Gordonstoun Nova Scotia will open in the autumn of 2021. Last year Gordonstoun announced a long-term multi-school agreement to open Gordonstoun Schools in China, and this announcement is the next phase of its plan to develop a small network of franchise schools around the globe.

  4. It is planned that Gordonstoun Nova Scotia will open in the autumn of 2021. Last year Gordonstoun announced a long-term multi-school agreement to open Gordonstoun Schools in China, and this announcement is the next phase of its plan to develop a small network of franchise schools around the globe.

  5. 17 de mar. de 2020 · Education. Gordonstoun to open twin school in Nova Scotia. Boarding school reveals Canada plan as part of international franchise network. News. By. insider.co.uk. The site of the new school in Nova Scotia. Gordonstoun is backing plans to open a twin establishment in Nova Scotia, Canada, as part of a network of franchise schools.

  6. Gordonstoun Nova Scotia will be the first franchise of Gordonstoun Scotland. The school will be constructed on the 250-acre site of the former Upper Clements Parks. The international private school, when fully operational, will bring more than 600 students to Annapolis County annually.

  7. 30 de out. de 2020 · From log flume and crazy golf to Gordonstouns first overseas outpost. A franchise of the famous boarding school will be built on the site of a former theme park in Nova Scotia, principal Lisa Kerr and head of senior school Richard Devey explain. Gordonstoun has always been different.