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Academic excellence with a Biblical worldview

Academic excellence


At Melville-Knox Schools we aim for the highest possible standards of education. Our aim is to employ teachers that are all of the finest calibre and registered through the General Teaching Council of Scotland. Our schools are committed to small class sizes to give extra focus to each individual pupil’s needs.

Bible-centred teaching


Since God created all things and all knowledge belongs to Him, our schools teach each subject on the curriculum from a Biblical perspective. Christianity affects the whole of life, including how we think and learn and so we teach how to love God with all the heart and mind.

Network of schools


Our school works in partnership with Melville-Knox Scotland to achieve the best in professional practice. It is their aim to develop schools across Scotland so that all parents can have the opportunity to send their child to a Melville Knox School.

Welcome to Melville-Knox Aberdeen

Melville-Knox Aberdeen aims to become the first Christian school in the North-East of Scotland. We plan to offer a thorough and excellent education that is based upon the Word of God and prepares children to serve God throughout all stages of life. Children need to learn Biblical wisdom, a quality that is desperately lacking in modern Scotland. Biblical wisdom is not just learning facts about the Bible, but learning how the Bible relates to all of life. Biblical wisdom bows before Christ in every subject of the curriculum. It honours Christ who is Lord of all of life. Our School seeks to consistently apply these principles throughout the whole curriculum to prepare our pupils to serve in His Kingdom.


Melville-Knox Christian School Aberdeen is an independent Reformed Christian primary school. We are seeking to recruit a class teacher (potential head teacher) who will help to take forward our vision for Christian Education in Scotland. The successful candidate will need to be a committed Christian and member of a confessional church, as well as GTCS registered. This position would require a practitioner who is committed to planning and implementing the highest quality learning and teaching experiences that will effectively help meet the varied needs of our pupils across primary school age groups. This will include involvement in curriculum development rooted firmly in the shared vision and ethos of our school. The salary will likely be between £23,000 and £26,000 per annum and commence from 15th April.

For more information or if you would like to apply for the position please email your CV to:


The deadline for applications isc Monday 13th March.

Our school is currently equipped to enrol up to 15 pupils due to the building specifications. For an information pack about the school and how to enrol please email:


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