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,
This past week was a wintery one, and it forced me to realize that one should never say never.
Almost exactly eight years ago,
I am writing this blog entry on Remembrance Day, and the 100th anniversary of the end of World War One. As I do, I reflect on our own St.
“Perhaps travel cannot prevent bigotry,” Maya Angelou wrote, “But by demonstrating that all peoples cry, laugh, eat, worry, and die, it can introduce the idea that if we try and understand each other,
Over the last two weeks, our St. Clement’s students and staff have had the wonderful opportunity to hear from four of our student leaders who have shared their personal insights in assemblies.
On Tuesday morning, we held the annual assembly in which we introduce our incoming Graduating Class and their leadership roles for the upcoming academic year.
St. Clement’s School’s mission is to develop outstanding women who are intellectually curious, courageous and compassionate and one way in which we do this is to teach and provide leadership learning from Grades 1-12.
This weekend I read two poignant and timely articles. Both stressed the urgency of not just talking about feminism and equality, but also ensuring equity in these conversations by addressing the double bind that women of colour face when it comes to accessing positions of leadership.