St. Clement’s School has been working with New Pedagogies for Deep Learning (NPDL), a research-based association working alongside educators to help them design and implement deep learning experiences for their students.
Month: September 2019
2020: A Class with a Vision
The Gold Belts that have been worn with enormous pride by successive years of SCS graduating classes are not the only marks of distinction for St. Clement’s Grads. Each September the arrival of another item of attire is almost as eagerly anticipated.
The Future of Work
Over the years I have written and spoken about my strong belief that, as an educational institution, St. Clement’s School’s goal is not to prepare our girls for a particular profession or job but,
Terry Fox Day
By January 2018, The Terry Fox Run had raised more than $750 million for cancer research since its inception in 1981. The annual event, now held in more than 60 countries around the world and involving millions of participants,
Parents’ Association Welcome BBQ
When Plan A fails, it’s always good to have a Plan B.
Monday, September 16 dawned to leaden skies and wet sidewalks, yet the forecast was optimistic. With the SCS Parents’ Association Welcome BBQ just hours away,
LINCWell presents Dr. Lisa Damour
LINCWell is proud to announce that on Wednesday, October 23, 2019, New York Times bestselling author Dr. Lisa Damour will be at St. Clement’s School to discuss her latest book,
Connecting the Thoughts
I treat each new school year like the New Year by setting resolutions and goals for myself. While many of them are professional, there are always a few personal ones as well.
The Newest Clementines
Now that St. Clement’s School’s youngest students have completed their first full week as Clementines, it seemed an opportune time to check in with the new Grade 1 class. Over the course of the week,
Gold Belt Leaders
It was once merely a curtain tie sold in a department store, but today the St. Clement’s School gold belt is the mark of a true leader.
Many schools and colleges have long had something to differentiate prefects or graduating classes from their peers;
Setting A Tone
I am writing this blog having just watched nineteen-year-old Canadian Bianca Andreescu play Serena Williams in the Women’s finals of the U.S. Open. Ms Andreescu has been, in my mind,