HCOS Newsletter

March 2019

With a MERCIFUL, HUMBLE and EMPATHETIC heart

As Christians we are called to live a life that reflects our faith. Amidst the many choices and challenges that face our students, mercy can often seem more like wishful thinking. However mercy is not abstract, it requires us to take action and to be intentional. The definition of mercy is, “not receiving the punishment that we truly deserve”. In our Learner Profile we describe students who “will be forgiving and compassionate towards those who are in need”. A...

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Considering the Whole

Now may the God of peace himself sanctify you completely, and may your whole spirit and soul and body be kept blameless at the coming of our Lord Jesus Christ.
1 Thessalonians 5:23 (ESV)

Wholistic Learning for Students – What is it & How do we do it?

Children, like adults, learn best when we consider their whole bodies; their nutrition, sleep, play, rest and emotional needs. Very often, problems that develop in a child’s learning can be traced back to specific needs...

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