As we work to educate our girls and young women, one of the most important skills to consider is not only how to provide effective feedback but also how to help all the members of our community hear and implement feedback so that there is growth and improvement.
St. Clement’s School is an independent school: a school that is governed by a Board of Governors who work at arm’s length to support the Principal and Administration as we enact our School’s strategic plan.
The power to voice one’s opinion is vital; however, we must not underestimate the power of listening and hearing others as well.
Ringing in a new year provides a time for reflection and an opportunity to consider what the future will bring. Typically, one takes stock of what one has accomplished and resolves to accomplish various tasks and goals over the coming year.
On Thursday morning, I had the opportunity to meet with St. Clement’s Alumna and Member of Provincial Parliament, The Honourable Dr. Helena Jaczek ‘67. Dr.
That which we are, we are;
One equal temper of heroic hearts
Made weak by time and fate, but strong in will,
On Friday morning, we hosted our first of three Open Houses, and this was my message delivered to our guests.
I have spoken and written a fair amount about our school’s current tag line: “The best path is rarely a straight line,” as it highlights the notion of life being a journey,
On Saturday morning, I dropped by St. Clement’s as our staff and girls hosted the Annual Fall Fulford Impromptu Debate. While our girls do not compete at this event,
It is with excitement that I write this first blog of the 2016 / 2017 academic year, and anticipate the arrival of our Clementines from Grades 1-12 on Tuesday.
With only a few blogs left, I felt it important to make mention of the necessary support I have had for my weekly writing over the last six years.