October 22, 2020
  • October 22, 2020

Educating in the times of COVID 19

by on August 6, 2020 0

Schooling has faced an unusually difficult period since January of this year. The learning community, as a whole, has gone through a strange time, and I’d like to THANK all the teachers in Hong Kong, and around the world. Each one of you has persevered in this challenging time, and you can’t be thanked...

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The importance of music at school

by on August 6, 2020 0

Plato once said, “Music gives a soul to the universe, wings to the mind, flight to the imagination and life to everything.” I couldn’t agree more. There is something that many people don’t know about me. I am actually a Grade 8 pianist and a Grade 7 clarinet player. It is not something I...

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Resilience

by on April 29, 2020 0

Schools often talk about resilience and how important it is for a child to develop it from an early age. From building it, growing it and learning from it, resilience is one of those buzz words that are on top of a schools’ agenda. But why is it so important? When I was in...

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To Board OR Not To Board

by on January 25, 2020 0

Some of the most interesting stories I’ve heard over the years are from people who have spent their school years in a boarding school. Lifelong friends, dorm room adventures, creating families with peers when one’s own is far away, and developing independence from an early age are just some of the experiences that are...

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