On Friday evening I attended our St. Clement’s School production of Cinderella. It was a remarkable performance filled with superb singing, acting and choreography. It was evident that the cast thoroughly enjoyed their time on stage and were proud of themselves at the end of the evening.
Month: February 2017
The journey to reconciliation
Over the past seven years, St. Clement’s School’s Upper School students have visited the northern Cree community of Moose Factory, a small First Nation nestled on a small island in southern James Bay.
Fake News: Some Communication Considerations
‘Fake news,’ a frequently discussed topic lately, is troubling to consider. Too often, people faced with news from a variety of sources take things at face value- and react without pausing- usually siding with those holding similar biases.
A show of #ClementineSpirit
It’s not every school day you encounter a group of Grade 8s dressed in head to toe green, busting a move to “You Can’t Touch This”, MC Hammer’s biggest hit (circa 1990.) During Spirit Week,
Grade 1 Guest Readers
Thanks to all the parents and family friends who stopped by SCS the past couple weeks to read their favourite books to our Grade 1s!
Same Message, Diverse Voices
As I sat in the airport lounge on Saturday waiting for my flight to Miami, Florida where I would be attending a National Coalition of Girls’ Schools Trustees’ meeting,
Kiwanis Music Festival: A chance to perform, learn and grow
Crescendos of creativity are found around every corner at SCS, especially in our music department. Research has shown that music study has value when it comes to the positive up-bringing and education of a child,
Explorers: The Power of Purpose and Questions
This weekend I attended the Round Square America Regional meeting at St. Andrew’s School in Boca Raton. Round Square is comprised of over 160 schools in over 40 countries.
Stuart Day Highlights!