Weather: sunny with the occasional sprinkle. That was what was going on up in the sky, but also what was going on on the ground. First day of school: bright and sunny for most, few sprinkles for the youngest students as they distance themselves from family for the first time in their life. Difficult for
All staff today at St Edward’s College participated in the professional development day. Headmaster Mr Nolaig Mac An Bhaird kicked off the proceedings with some announcements as well as some clarifications on college policy. These days, spread throughout the year, enable all staff to update their information and abilities on various topics. Raging from waste
Remember when we all were kiddos and we would make a tent out of anything: the blankets on the bed on Sunday morning, under the table, in the garden…? Well, the tiny tots in the youngest age groups at St Edward’s College are way too young to be permitted to come to a live-in at
In this end-of-year bumper edition, the Headmaster looks back on the year that has passed, a year burgeoning with activities and achievements. From budding gentlemen farmers to stalwart pillars of the SEC community, Summer fun to Graduations, this issue celebrates milestones achieved: built slowly and diligently over the past year.
As the students celebrated Father’s Day, the younger ones welcomed that special man in their lives to the college. Watching the children and the happiness and pride on their faces, we saw the mirrors, lest fresh-faced but certainly as joyous, in their father’s faces, and we rememberd E.E. Cummings: Lifting the valleys of the sea
Shopkeepers and customers bargained for goods ranging from food, books, and toys as the Year 1 boys learned all about money, cost, and addition.
As the college year draws to a close, the penultimate edition of Dwardu’s Scoops carries information on an international training program some of our teachers participated in, visits by the children to GHar Dalam and some highlights from the recent Grand Summer BBQ. All for a weekend read.
Our KG2 students visited Girgenti farm for a morning of extended play. They continued their gardening ventures there as well as met a number of friendly animals.
As the scholastic year comes to a climax, preparations for the work to be carried out next year are already underway. Boys transitioning from Middle to Senior School will need to start making choices: subjects which they will opt to study and others that they will have to leave behind. At St Edward’s College, we