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What type of parent are you?
June 20, 2018 |
In this article we highlight a number of parenting styles. We reference authors Dr Tim Elmore, Dr Shimi Kang and Julie Lythcott-Haines. Do any of these resonate with you?
Magic Marimbas in Argentina
June 01, 2018 |
The St Stithians Boys' Prep Marimba were in South America recently attending a music festival in Puerto Iguazu in Argentina and visiting Rio de Janiero in Brazil.
Reflections on Term One
May 04, 2018 |
As the leaves fall from the trees and the dew lies thick on the morning grass, it gives us time to reflect on the wonderful work displayed by our boys and staff in the first term of 2018.
A new year
February 12, 2018 |
The beginning of a school year can be daunting for new boys changing schools. We try to lessen the anxiety by pairing our new boys with a ‘buddy’ so, all our new Grade 3 students have a Grade 7 buddy.
The Train Trip
December 08, 2017 |
The end of an academic year can be likened to a train trip.
November 13, 2017 |
“Legend” is a word too easily attached to a character, but in John’s case, there is no more fitting adjective.
Grd 3 River Rafting
November 01, 2017 |
"When you put your hand in a flowing stream, you touch the last that has gone before and the first of what is still to come.”
October 12, 2017 |
Independent Boys' Schools' Hockey Festival
September 06, 2017 |
Hockey + Team Mates + Touring = Pleasure
Culture Tour - Europe
August 28, 2017 |
As a band of touring brothers and sisters we left speechless, however, we have returned home a group of 29 storytellers.
End of Term Two
August 01, 2017 |
This end of term - a break from the norm and focus instead to remind One and All as to our entrenched Preparatory DNA
23rd Anniversary of a Cricket relationship
July 24, 2017 |
“You can exhaust yourself at a game of cricket, but never the subject”
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