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Fettes in China
On Thursday 13th July, Fettes College signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with Bright Scholar Education Group, renowned as one of China’s top private education providers.

The agreement is for Bright Scholar to create a purpose-built school in Southern China that bears the Fettes ...
Posted: Friday, 14 July 2017
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St. George's Day, 1917
One Hundred Years Ago - A Bloody Day For Fettes
On St George's Day 1917, the Battle of Arras entered a new phase, known as The Second Battle of the Scarpe. Despite poor visibility and freezing temperatures, the British and Commonwealth forces attempted to advance across a nine-mile front to ...
Posted: Monday, 24 April 2017
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Centenary of Fettes' First Victoria Cross Recipient
April sees the centenary of the Battle of Arras, where on this day, Fettes’ first Victoria Cross of WW1 was awarded to 21-year-old Lt. Donald Mackintosh. He is today the best-known of Fettes’ VC winners, not least because of the large oil painting of him, donated by his sister, which han...
Posted: Tuesday, 11 April 2017
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Sadly Departed - Betty Cole-Hamilton
Betty Cole-Hamilton (1920-2017)

It is with regret that we inform the Fettes Community of the passing of Betty Cole-Hamilton, who died peacefully Sunday 19th of March, aged 96. She was the wife of the late Richard Cole-Hamilton, fondly-remembered housemaster of Kimmerghame and later Acting Hea...
Posted: Thursday, 23 March 2017
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Old Fettesian War Memorial and call for 'lost boys'
Over the past few years, in a project begun by Mr Andrew Murray (History Department, CCF, and Archivist) we have been putting together a list of the ‘lost boys’. These are former members of the Fettes family (mostly ex-pupils, though we have also found several school employees) who died ...
Posted: Monday, 13 March 2017
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Old Fettesian Co-ordinator Appointed
We are delighted to welcome Henry Gray to Fettes’ Development Team as Old Fettesian Co-ordinator.

Henry Gray was born and raised in Edinburgh, attending The Edinburgh Academy (1996-2009). Following a creative path into further education, he studied first at The Leith School of Art, Edin...
Posted: Tuesday, 28 February 2017
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