Head of School's Corner
Another annual cycle has ended, our fifth, a fine and festive year. Earlier this year, I shared with you a one-page document from my old school in Botswana, Maru-a-Pula School. I was Principal there from 1991 to 1999. You may remember it, a catalogue of the distinctive qualities of a truly special school, simply called “What we are, What we are not”. I love the alloy of sure self-awareness with humble satisfaction in this short log. I wrote the following about it at the time: For those who know Maru-a-Pula, these words have the ring of authenticity and truth. For those who do not, like you, they speak of an educational institution that is unusual, distinctive, and aware of its special identity.
I said then that I wanted to produce a similar statement for Keystone, as we become more aware of our special identity, and I asked you to contribute your thoughts to this process. Here is a paragraph from a parent’s letter back to me:
I want to make two points. One is on ……
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