The days leading to the first week of school are often a whirlwind (in this year’s case, a Typhoon signal 10 and 8 within a week to be exact) and usually so is the first week. But this year’s been a little different. For sure, the week’s been fraught with the usual bac...

Every classroom I have taught in has been a hub of energy. The children may look very young but I have been surprised at how established their personalities are already. After half an hour in the classroom I believe you could spot the introverts from the extroverts, th...

February 8, 2016

It's my first year teaching kindergarten at The Harbour School. Last August, as I stepped into my new classroom with all the nervous excitement of any first year teacher, I was as ready as I would ever be for the challenge. I spent the summer organising, preparing and...

The final 2015 holiday season is upon us after what can only be described as a momentous year for everyone at The Harbour School. We go boldly into 2016 in the semi-trepidatious knowledge that it will overshadow both the challenges and achievements of 2015.


Our expansi...


The Black Dolphin as of this writing is currently anchored off Round Island, the fifth grade class is ashore for the day examining the relationship between world explorers and the natives that they encountered.

I love the feeling of being at anchor, the boat gently b...

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