Headmaster’s Blog: The Lion and the Leopard

Mr Richardson’s latest blog article, Blog 74: “The Lion and the Leopard”, available on the Blog Roll below:  

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Headmaster’s Blog: The White Rhino Trail – Changing Lives

Mr Richardson’s latest blog article, Blog 73: “The White Rhino Trail – Changing Lives”, available on the Blog Roll below:  

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Headmaster’s Blog: Stoning Crows and Traffic Policemen

Mr Richardson’s latest blog article, Blog 70: “Stoning Crows and Traffic Policemen”, available on the Blog Roll below:

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Headmaster’s Blog: The Journey to Mauritius

Mr Richardson’s latest blog article, Blog 69: The Journey to Mauritius, available on the Blog Roll below:

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Headmaster’s Blog: Remember you are Human

  It did not take long for the conversation among the Heads at the St Stithians Easter Sports festival to turn to school events of recent months.  Unsurprisingly, there was not much discussion on the triumphs of the term – accomplishments like the progression in tablet technology, or the exciting developments in the flipped classroom. […]

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Headmaster’s Blog: Of Rats and Cats

“I don’t know how they kept it secret from me – but they did.  ‘We have been planning it since August last year,’ said Shaun Hewett triumphantly.  The problem was that I was not expecting anything so I walked right into the trap. Looking back, I can now see the succession of clues but 850 […]

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Headmaster’s Blog: Rising from the Ashes

“It was 1.56am on Wednesday 4th March when the phone rang. It was Wynberg’s Director of Operations, Peter van Schalkwyk. ‘Bad news,’ he said. ‘I have just received a message that your house in Noordhoek is in danger from the fires.’ In the meantime, Pippa was checking her phone. ‘House ablaze,’ the message from a […]

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Headmaster’s Blog: ‘Supera Moras’ takes many forms

  “I found the atmosphere while waiting to hand the Matric results to the boys on January 6th energising. As I stood on the steps at the front of the school waiting for the magic hour of 12:00 to arrive, animated and lively chatter was occupying the various groups.  It was interesting to note how […]

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Headmaster’s Blog: “Following the Flag to Twickers”

” ‘You do not have to worry about finding the ground in time, mate. Just follow the crowd.’ So said the man at the Wimbledon ticket office when I enquired how I would find my way from Twickenham railway station to the stadium. In retrospect, it was a really stupid question even for someone who […]

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