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Tuesday, 10 Jul 2012
Mr Page listed the impressive series of events that are marking our 450th anniversary, including a lecture, a fete, Old Wycombiensians' sports fixtures, a gala ball that raised £40,000, the Charter Day on the 18th July and an Old Wycombiensians' dinner in September.
After awarding the prizes Colonel Bennett In his address told some personal anecdotes of his time at RGS, admitting that he committed some youthful indiscretions himself. The words of rebuke from his form master, Mr Neil Cooper, always remained with him: "There is a time and a place for that sort of behaviour, Bennett, and that was neither the time nor the place. Enough said."
Learning to work within the boundaries that are set in school helps us to master the wider opportunties and the accompanying risks that we meet after we leave. We often have to work in 'grey areas' where the the legality or ethics of the situation are unclear. It is important to work out what we really believe in so that we can work within self-imposed boundaries and still achieve our goals, whilst remaining true to ourselves.
Source: Website Reporter