Mr John Crerar - Message from the Head of the Preparatory School and Deputy Principal

Published on: Tuesday 15th January 2019

The Scots College Preparatory School has built a culture of excellence with outstanding results at Sydney, State and National level over the last decade. Being National Champions in eleven of the last twelve years, one can be assured that if their son joins the Snowsports program they are part of a most professional, positive and efficient sporting body.

 

Underlying what is undoubtedly a most successful Program is a wonderful sense of community, loyalty and teamwork that has been enhanced and supported by our Snowsports Parents Association. Whether it is in supporting the fundraising program, summer training or providing warm encouragement on the snowfields, the friendships formed in Snowsports are treasured and lasting. Indeed, Snowsports is not only a lot of fun but is a sport in which all members of the family can be involved.

 

Success is contingent upon thorough and organised preparation. At Scots we are most fortunate to have two very talented and committed Masters-in-Charge, Mr Andrew Kovari (Senior School) and Mr Clive Tanner (Preparatory School). Always one step ahead in preparation and training, much of the success and positive culture that is inherent in Snowsports can be attributed to the work of Mr Kovari and Mr Tanner.

 

For many, Snowsports provides the avenue for success and recognition. As one watches the boys’ development over the years, it is most encouraging to see fine Scots boys growing in skill, confidence, teamwork and personal development. As Year 6 boys tackle the slopes with younger peers, even from the Early Learning Centre, there is a wonderful sense of camaraderie as they quest to give their personal best.

 

I have no hesitation in recommending Snowsports to the Preparatory School community in 2019. Highly organised, successful and a whole lot of fun, I am sure you’ll enjoy the experiences of the snowfields!

 

JOHN CRERAR

HEAD OF THE PREPARATORY SCHOOL – DEPUTY PRINCIPAL

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