Issue 14 of Aiglon's award-winning magazine is out! Take a look with us behind the cover, and be sure to let us know if you would like a copy.
- School: What happened when Aiglon went digital
- Mountain: Service – whether at home or abroad – can be life-changing
- Ideas: Why going off-script isn’t an option when you’ve got lines to learn
- People: The Aiglonian restaurateurs serving the hottest plates in town
Letter from the Editor
It has been an extraordinary six months for our global community. As news reports of a virus in Wuhan came in, teachers and houseparents on the mountain started to make plans for a digital Aiglon, so when the lockdown was imposed, we were ready to deliver teaching and learning in a completely new, but totally Aiglon, way. What was it like to revolutionise Aiglon? You can read Mrs Nicola Sparrow’s thoughts on page 4 – and find out what it has really been like for our students on page 26.
I particularly want to acknowledge our graduating class: this isn’t the way we wanted your time at Aiglon to end, without a proper send-off, but we can’t wait to welcome you back in the first week of January to truly celebrate your success. At Aiglon, we aim to prepare you for everything life might throw at you, and no one can take away what you have achieved during your time here.
Finally, we want to recognise the many, many contributions Aiglonians around the world have made to the fight against Covid-19. Service, as you can read on page 16, is at the heart of our school’s values – there has never been a time when it has been more needed.
Until we meet again on the mountain.
Director of Admissions & Marketing
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