Final Moments Of 2018
I find the end of each school year bittersweet; there is a complex binary of sadness that students and parents are leaving and not returning juxtaposed against the excitement of looking ahead to the new school year. Shakespeare… Read more ›
For The Times They Are A-Changin'
Change is amongst us. We exist within it; we absorb so much of it; and, in a world so buffeted by change we don’t always recognise its occurrence. Thus, we should not be surprised really, that China has opened its… Read more ›
Adolescence noun the period following the onset of puberty during which a young person develops from a child into an adult. A prominent author recently commented that she felt she’d escaped adolescence with her older… Read more ›
The Fourth Quarter
Some will roll their eyes skyward at yet another discussion of ‘the fourth quarter’, a metaphor I’m wont to refer to at this point in the school year. I’m digging my heels in emphatically, nonetheless… Read more ›
'You can't be what you can't see' From 'The Conversation'
Yes, modelling is important – we can’t ask our children to do or to be what they cannot see. I trust that is one of the reasons many of you selected a girls-only school for your daughter, knowing that, on a daily… Read more ›
The Privilege of Being on the Sideline
In the last fortnight I spent a lot of time on the sideline, watching. The concertina of finals and tournament deciders added to the onlooker experience, and at times I admit to having felt overwhelmed by the gamut of activities… Read more ›