Commitment

Commitment ‘The state or quality of being dedicated to a cause, activity etc’ Oxford Dictionary. Following Saturday afternoon’s Pre-Eisteddfod Choir Concert, Prefect for the Arts, Sienna Davis, thanked… Read more ›

Why Travel?

Time and time again, I’ve been taught by travel that we all have so much more in common than not. Allison Fluetsch Having just returned from Sakura season in Japan, along with two dozen students and parents, I’m… Read more ›

If you can't be kind. Be quiet.

There was a recent post on the Fairholme facebook page this week that said: ‘If you can’t be kind. Be quiet.’ It attracted a lot of likes from our on-line community. Perhaps because it was an apt illustration… Read more ›

Much More Then a Sherrin Football…

A good father-daughter relationship… can empower daughters to believe in themselves and to prosecute a case with conviction and confidence. It can bestow upon a girl a sense of belonging, a self-efficacy and a resilience… Read more ›

We Need To Talk About…

When Maree Crabbe ventured fearlessly into the contentious topic of pornography at a community session for parents, just over a week ago, she used the phrase: ‘it’s time we talked about …’ Whilst… Read more ›

Peering Into The Future, Now

I could never have imagined that my first taste of avocado as a ten year old, would foreshadow a penchant for its creamy fruit. I remember my mother spreading its greenish-yellow flesh onto buttered toast and me falling… Read more ›