On our Silk Road, the Headmaster's office was Rome. Above and at bottom are two pictures we snapped of some traders from Arabia peddling their silk in exchange for Rome's glass and jewels.
At right, you'll find a few of the virtues, vices, objects and activities that are personified in Everyman. Once the messenger of death visited everyman, it was his friends and kindred who first abandoned him. They were soon followed by Goods (worldly possessions) , Beauty, Strength, Discretion, Five Wits and Knowledge. It was only Good Deeds that stayed with Everyman through it all.
All of these events are examples of the many culminating experiences that follow weeks and months of study by the boys. Each is a physical, hands-on manifestation of the boys' learning --their study, knowledge and meaning-making. They are also examples of the incredible, innovative and creative curriculum work by our teachers, that has come from our Curriculum Initiative.