Thoughts come to me in bits and pieces.
The house charts are still displayed at the back of the hall.
They’ve become bigger and grander, not restricted to single sheets of chart-paper.
Also, the availability of print-outs means that girls with neat handwriting don’t make all the charts.
There are big boards on the wall, displaying the names of achievers, including prefects, toppers and those who achieved something in sports.
There is a projector in our assembly hall!
The grand piano is still there, except that it no longer has the sign that we used to find hilarious: ‘DO NOT MOVE’.
About sixty girls turned up for the writing programme I’m offering for classes VI and VII and St. Mary’s. How will I choose 25 of them?
The girls felt almost proud when (not knowing their names) I identified them by their houses.
This is the beginning of a grand new adventure.