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Taylor Swift Eras tour course offered by college for parents and carers ahead of sold-out Edinburgh shows | UK News

A Scottish college is offering a course on Taylor Swift to educate parents and carers accompanying children to the US singer’s sold-out The Eras Tour.

More than 2.9 million fans attempted to secure tickets for the tour, and her sold-out concerts at Murrayfield Stadium in Edinburgh are set to be watched live by 215,000 people.

Swift, 34, will perform in Edinburgh on 7, 8 and 9 June, with the crowd numbers expected to beat Harry Styles’ record in 2023 for the biggest show in Scotland.

Glasgow Clyde College (GCC) has launched a masterclass aimed at teaching parents and plus-ones about the set list and Swift’s evolving wardrobe and hairstyles.

It will cover crowd chants as well as her previous work, including albums Fearless and Folklore.

The free session is designed to help non-Swifties to get “up to speed” so they fully appreciate “iconic” moments in the set.

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Robert Anderson, curriculum assistant principal at GCC, said: “Taylor mania doesn’t seem to be slowing any time soon, and we expect it’ll reach its peak here in Scotland in June.

“We understand that not everyone will be up to speed on all things Taylor and might not get the full Eras experience.

“That’s why we created this masterclass – to prepare those who’ll be heading along to the gig with their superfan kids, friends or partners to ensure they have just as memorable a time.

“Taylor’s gigs are known for being so well crafted, and unless you’re a fan yourself, you might miss some of the iconic moments.

“Our expert will take you through everything you need to know – leaving you a Swiftie in no time.”

The one-off course, which is free, will take place from 6pm to 7.30pm on 7 May in the Innovation Centre at GCC’s Langside Campus.

Head of Epsom College found dead on school grounds along with husband and seven-year-old daughter | UK News

The head of Epsom College has been found dead along with her husband and young daughter.

The bodies of headmistress Emma Pattison, 45, husband George, 39, and seven-year-old Lettie were discovered at a property on the grounds of the school in the early hours of Sunday morning.

Ms Pattison has been described as a “wonderful teacher” and a “delightful person” who had a “distinguished career”.

Head of Epsom College, Emma Pattison

Epsom College is the current Independent School of the Year, according to its website with fees of more than £42,000 a year for boarding pupils.

Over 850 boys and girls attend the school, which was founded in 1853, and its acting head has been listed as Paul Williams.

Surrey Police were contacted by the South East Coast Ambulance Service and officers arrived at the location at around 1.10am.

A police investigation is being carried out to establish the circumstances of their deaths.

Officers have said they are confident that it was an isolated incident with no third-party involvement and the family’s next of kin have been informed and are being supported by specialist officers

Dr Alastair Wells, chair of the college’s board of governors, said: “On behalf of everyone at Epsom College, I want to convey our utter shock and disbelief at this tragic news.

“Our immediate thoughts and condolences are with Emma’s family, friends and loved ones, and to the many pupils and colleagues whose lives she enriched throughout her distinguished career.

“Emma was a wonderful teacher, but most of all she was a delightful person. In time we will commemorate Emma and her family, in the appropriate way, and in line with the wishes of her family.

“But for now, we ask that we are all given the time, space and respect we need to come to terms with this tragic loss.”

Emma Pattison joined the college last year

Ms Pattison became Epsom’s first female head in September 2022 after six years as headteacher of Croydon High School in south London

Epsom College was established in 1853 and granted royal approval in 1855

The college was named Independent School of the Year in October 2022

It offers day and boarding school education for girls and boys aged 11-18

A total of 1,098 pupils were enrolled at Epsom College, as of November 2022

Boarding students at the college pay more than £42,000 a year

The college lists its values as kindness, ambition and integrity on its website

Detective Chief Inspector Kimball Edey said: “On behalf of Surrey Police, my team, and I, I first want to express my sincerest condolences to the friends and family of Emma, Lettie and George, as well as to the students and staff of Epsom College, for their tragic loss.

“I want to give my assurance that we will conduct a thorough investigation into what took place last night, and hope to be able to bring some peace in these traumatic circumstances. I would ask that their privacy is respected at this very difficult time.”

Inspector Jon Vale, Epsom and Ewell’s borough commander, said: “We’re aware that this tragic incident will have caused concern and upset in the local community.

“While this is believed to be an isolated incident, in the coming days, our local officers will remain in the area to offer reassurance to students, parents, teachers, and the local community.

“I would like to thank the school and the community for their understanding and patience while the investigation continues.”

The three deaths have been reported to the coroner.