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From the Headmaster's Desk

In an increasingly global world it may seem paradoxical that we depend so heavily on the members of our local communities. While multinational corporations seem to have outstripped national governments as the deciders of international policy, and as shopping strips in cities around the world come to seem increasingly filled with the same brands and the same stores, we rely on the individuals in our local communities to provide our identifying character and flavour. But equally, in this world in which there also seems to be a cult of individualism, we depend increasingly on working closely in interdependence with each other. As the world gets bigger, we need to shelter in our local networks. As the Irish proverb says, ‘we live in the shelter of each other.’