Newsletter 4 – Term 4 2017

Letter from the campus head 8 December 2017 Dear Parents and Staff 2017 has been a busy year for both the Pre-Prep and the Preparatory and we have worked exceptionally hard to rebrand ourselves more towards the roots of our founding school in 1936, as a stand-alone...

Pre-Prep Christmas Newsletter

Pre-Prep Christmas Newsletter “Christmas is a season not only of rejoicing but of reflection” In the wise words of Winston Churchill, this time of year certainly is a magical one and a special time to reflect on all the wonderful moments  we’ve spent with our very...

Newsletter 3 – Term 4 2017

Letter from the campus head 17 November 2017 Dear Parents and Staff During one of the recent sessions with my SMILE group, I did what I often do and ran a quick “how are you today?” type of question to break the ice; “On a scale of 1-5, 1 being life sucks and 5 being...

Newsletter 2 – Term 4 2017

Letter from the Campus Head 2 November 2017 Dear Parents and Staff I had the privilege of attending the annual Greenwood Primary Music Concert earlier this week, as I did last year.   It reminded me of exactly why it is teachers do what they do, and that is that they...

Newsletter 1 – Term 4 2017

Letter from the Campus Head Dear Parents and Staff We would like to wish all our Hindu families a very happy, Diwali! I would also like to apologise on behalf of the whole St George’s Family for rescheduling our Photographs to a day that is very important on the Hindu...

Newsletter 5 – Term 3 2017

Letter from the campus head 29 September 2017 Dear Parents and Staff As I write this letter, it is just our Grade 6 boys and girls we are waiting for to return from camp.  From all accounts, it does sound like all the Grade 4-7 children had a wonderful time outside of...

Newsletter 4 – Term 3 2017

Letter from the campus head Dear Parents, Pupils and Staff “To dis or not to dis, that is the question!” Well, OK then, it really is not quite Shakespeare and perhaps just a Hallism for now! This is something that has been on my mind for quite some time and more so...

Newsletter 3 – Term 3 2017

Letter from the campus head Dear Parents, Pupils and Staff Sir Ken Robinson is one of the world’s most influential voices in education. His talk, “Do Schools Kill Creativity”, is the most viewed in the history of TED and has been seen by millions of people all over...

Newsletter 2 – Term 3 2017

17 August 2017 Dear Parents, Pupils and Staff After attending a very inspirational workshop on the Wonder Of Learning this past weekend, I thought I’d share some of my thoughts on what is considered to be the “3 Wonderful  C’s  VS the Dreaded C…”   when thinking about...

Newsletter 1 – Term 3 2017

Letter from the campus head Dear Parents, Pupils and Staff Welcome back to term 3 of 2017, which no doubt has much in store for us all! The following article, “St George’s Looks Ahead” was published in the Leading Schools Profile in The Weekend Post this past weekend...