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2024 marks the 50th anniversary of our School!
The name ‘Inchture’ originated from the Gaelic ‘Innis-Tuir’ – Island of the tower.
The village is famous for its avenue of Redwood trees. These were the first of their kind anywhere in the world, outside their natural habitat in California. They were sent over as seeds to a local landowner John D. Matthew in 1853. Part of the mile long path is still standing tall today.
Created in partnership with ‘Printed by Anna Wilson,’ our ‘Highland Coo’ design incorporates the 50th anniversary of the school and hand drawn interpretations of the Redwood trees.

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Around 3 children die every week from a life-shortening condition, your donation will help us to support children and their families across Scotland. There are many ways in which you can donate to help our families, from regular monthly giving, leaving a gift in your will or by holding a fundraiser. If you’d like more information on different ways that you can donate please email support@chas.org.uk or make a donation online.

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