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Pursuing Growth and Excellence: Highlights from Clapham School's ERB Test Results

Seven Books on Education to Put on Your Christmas List

As we enter the holiday season, a time of reflection, worship, and gift-giving, consider giving family members and friends an instructive book on education. To help guide you, here is a list of great books on Christian, classical education for you...

Felting Feelies Fosters the Habit of Attention in Youngsters

When I began teaching felting to seven- and eight-year-olds, I was curious to see if they could give steady, focused attention to the task. After all, felting, as is the case with all handwork, requires much patience before any visible results are...

Robots and Relationships: Reflections on the Science of Relations

One unhelpful way to view education is this: that our job as educators is to infuse knowledge into kids’ minds, to pepper them with facts until they can dutifully fill in the blank on a test and receive that laudable A. The goal here for students is...

How to Talk to Friends about Clapham School

Have you ever found yourself wanting to talk to your friends about the incredible education students are receiving at Clapham School, but you have trouble sharing the basics? You’re not alone! In our fast-paced world, it can be difficult to...

Diligence and Joy

Today I’m going to unpack the third aspect of our school’s mission, which states that “Clapham School inspires students with an education...approached with diligence and joy.

3 Tips to Help Your Children Develop Gratitude

Gratitude is one of those qualities we all know we should practice more. In our busy family lives it can be challenging to find the right ways to develop a sense of gratitude in our kids without coming across as nagging. After all, telling your...

Charlotte Mason and the Growth Mindset

Good evening and thank you so much for coming to this evening’s Curriculum Night. I know it’s another evening event in what is generally already a busy week for most of us. But I feel that it’s so central and important for us to cometogether, and...