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When a passer-by reportedly once asked Michelangelo what he was doing, as he saw him hammering away with a chisel at a large block of marble, the artist is famously said to have responded: ‘I am freeing the angel which is trapped inside this stone’. Sometimes it seems that our work is also one of freeing the angels trapped inside young boys! One of the aims of education to give each student the skills and confidence to discover his true essence and to be able to articulate what he really thinks. By giving students wide and varied experiences, by pushing them a little beyond their ‘comfort zone’, we hope to expand their vision, and help them to find passion and joy and develop their character. We also hope to give them the knowledge and intellectual rigour to be able to make sense of the world and to find their place in it. We hope to be able to teach them to think and to feel and to engage fully in the world, to release their inner angel.