Legacy “No one is born hating another person because of the color of his skin or his background or his religion” This is a tweet sent by ex President of the United States, Barack Obama, in response to the racially fuelled violence in the USA in which he quoted words first penned by
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How do I know that I have been a good parent? How, for that matter, do I know I have been a good teacher? These are questions as a teacher and a parent I constantly ask myself. As a Headmaster I also ask how do I know when I have been a good Headmaster?
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This past weekend I sat, along with millions of people around the world, transfixed with the spectacle that is The Open – one of the four major golfing events for male golfers in the world. If you win one of these tournaments, known as a “major”, you enter into an elite world of special golfers and your career as a golfer is just about guaranteed to be a success going forward. To those who don’t know the sport, this is a big deal and majors are events all golfers dream of winning or indeed competing in at least once in their careers. The Open is a tournament held in Great Britain and is the oldest of the four majors. Many golfers acknowledge that it is the most coveted of the four. Now that I have sketched a background, I wish to share a lesson or two that I picked up from the many hours I spent watching this past weekend.
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At the outset let me apologise for the late distribution of the June newsletter. A number of factors contributed to this for which we are sorry. These included working with a very challenging admission process that required the use of all the admin staff. I do hope though that you enjoy reading this latest edition.
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Some food for thought from our Headmaster.
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The class of 2016 has performed exceptionally well in the recent National Senior Certificate examinations. Apart from obtaining a 100% pass rate, the group obtained the highest Bachelor rate the school has ever had with 95% of a class of 298 candidates achieving this result....
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