Brian R.W. Lockhart

Author

Brian Lockhart studied History and Politics at the University of Aberdeen and joined the staff of George Heriot’s School in 1968, becoming Principal Teacher of History and Economic History in 1972. In 1981 he was appointed Deputy Rector of the High School of Glasgow and in 1996 became Headmaster of Robert Gordon’s College, Aberdeen. He retired in 2004 but remains heavily involved in the wider world of education in Scotland. He was a Governor of the Glasgow Educational and Marshall Trust from 1989 until 1996, a Governor of Hutchesons’ Educational Trust from 2005 until 2012 and Convenor of its Education Committee, 2011-12. He is author of a number of major works on the history of Scottish schools, including Jinglin’ Geordie’s Legacy, Robert Gordon’s Legacy, The Town School: A History of the High School of Glasgow and was co-author of Bon Record: A History of Aberdeen Grammar School.

Brian Lockhart studied History and Politics at the University of Aberdeen and joined the staff of George Heriot’s School in 1968, becoming Principal Teacher of History and Economic History in 1972. In 1981 he was appointed Deputy Rector of the High School of Glasgow and in 1996 became Headmaster of Robert Gordon’s College, Aberdeen. He retired in 2004 but remains heavily involved in the wider world of education in Scotland. He was a Governor of the Glasgow Educational and Marshall Trust from 1989 until 1996, a Governor of Hutchesons’ Educational Trust from 2005 until 2012 and Convenor of its Education Committee, 2011-12. He is author of a number of major works on the history of Scottish schools, including Jinglin’ Geordie’s Legacy, Robert Gordon’s Legacy, The Town School: A History of the High School of Glasgow and was co-author of Bon Record: A History of Aberdeen Grammar School.

Books

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    This is the story of Hutchesons’ Grammar School from the time of its foundation in 1641 until recent days when it has become one of the largest and most successful academic schools in the country. Brothers George and Thomas Hutcheson were the...