I venture to guess that the title of this blog may have grabbed your attention; it seems an odd subject, particularly when associated with St. Clement’s School, a school for high-achieving girls and young women where activity is the norm.
Over the last several months our staff at St. Clement’s have been discussing the importance of diversity and, most recently, the notion of identity. During a workshop in December we were asked to consider,
Last week I was very fortunate to attend the National Coalition of Girls’ Schools (NCGS) first-ever Global Forum. NCGS is the leading advocate for girls’ schools, connecting and collaborating globally with individuals,
There is nothing better than reading or hearing about research and then being able to witness the findings yourself.
On Wednesday evening, with thanks to our Parents Association,
At our Tuesday morning assembly this week, three of our senior girls presented on their Round Square service experience in Cambodia. The girls were away for just over three weeks,
Working at St. Clement’s with our staff and girls is something about which I feel very lucky. I witness continual learning and its resulting creativity almost every day.
On Friday I attended our annual fashion design show Lumina,
I believe that one of the most important tasks we have at SCS is to ensure that our students leave us with curiosity for learning, the courage to push themselves to grow and learn,
It’s hard to believe that our St. Clement’s School community will be celebrating Christmas and the end of term this week. Hard to believe because the time seems to have flown by,
As I reflect on the past week, two very different experiences highlight the importance of understanding and empathizing with our girls such that we can do the very best job possible in preparing them for the future.
Since St. Clement’s School’s founding in 1901, it has been impressed upon our students and staff that we have a responsibility to ensure that we are supporting the community beyond the walls of the School.