From Boys’ Boarding
It has been a smooth transition back into Cunningham and Hawkins House for our Junior and Senior Boy Boarders as Term 2 began with plenty of activity, including a combined boarders Movie Night, and welcoming a new boarding student into the SCOTS PGC family.
The obvious highlight of our first weekend was the College’s ANZAC Day Dawn service. It was a truly solemn experience for all who attended and I would like to congratulate and thank all involved on a wonderful event, in particular the Boys’ Boarders, who embraced the entire service with respect. The commemoration of ANZAC Day continued onto the Warwick town service and march on Monday where our boys, once again, presented extremely well and represented themselves, their family and the College in an excellent manner and spirit befitting SCOTS PGC students.
Both Mr Bailey and I are also pleased to see the majority of boys again engaging well in their academic work and co-curricular activities. The expectations will remain high for the boys as they continue to strive to achieve the best they can in their school work. Productive use of homework time or ‘Prep’ is vital to achieving this goal. Similarly, it is important to remain committed to your sporting team or club activity at both training and performance. Congratulations to the U13 Rugby boys who achieved their first win of the season on Friday night.
We look forward to an excellent term together.