At the first assembly of the year, I shared a St. Clement’s School Diversity Statement with our students and staff that highlights the importance of leveraging differences in order to enhance growth.
Month: September 2014
Learning by Doing: Lessons on the Court
On Thursday after school, I was reminded of the importance of learning by doing and just how much it forces one to think on one’s feet, adapt to situations, be patient and ensure that one keeps a positive outlook despite things not going the right way.
Installation Service Photos 2014
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Focus on This
Most of us are pretty skilled at walking and chewing gum. Try talking on the phone and watching television, however, and it can be hard to take it all in.
Inner Freedom vs. The Race Through Childhood
I have just started a new book entitled Excellent Sheep: The Miseducation of the American Elite and the Way to a Meaningful Life by William Deresiewicz, recommended by a colleague,
Courage in the Face of Newness
At Friday’s assembly, our Director of Student Life Ms Macintosh reminded us that regardless of whether we were returning staff and students or new members of the St. Clement’s community,
SCS is kicking off the school year with a little friendly competition – it’s time for Post City’s Mascot Rivalry 2014! The mascots from independent schools around Toronto are currently locked in a head-to-head battle for school spirit bragging rights,
Working on our Mission Year Round
It is incredible to think that the start of another academic year is here.
In many ways it seems like yesterday that we said goodbye to our Graduates of 2014 and our faculty and students headed off for the summer.