Ardvreck School seeks to provide Public Benefit in a variety of ways:

The school’s main aim and purpose it to provide an excellent all-round education to some 140 boys and girls aged 3-13.

By drawing on the best of the Scottish Curriculum for Excellence in providing:

  • successful learners
  • confident individuals
  • responsible citizens
  • effective contributors

By the provision of financial assistance to support children who might not otherwise be able to come to the school to do so.

By sharing the expertise of its teaching staff with the local community.

By having a Learning Support Department to assist pupils who are weak academically or who have a specific learning difficulty, such as dyslexia.

By creating a boarding community which offers stability and support for the many Service children who attend the school. In so doing we support the military covenant by providing a duty of care to the Armed Forces.

By providing free access to its buildings and sports facilities to a range of organisations. These include sports and musical groups.

By hosting sporting and cultural events to which the local community is invited.

By being a good employer from within the local community in Crieff.

By fostering good links with the local community and the local emergency services.

By supporting local companies who supply the school’s catering, housekeeping and maintenance departments throughout the year.