13 June 2014

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donna-evansThe word, “respect” can have many meanings, but it basically refers to treating others with understanding, kindness and tolerance. We communicate it with more than just words and includes the tone of our voice and our body language. Respectful behaviours can be as simple as saying “please” and “thank-you”, being co-operative and calm, willing to work through differences, accepting that everyone makes mistakes and taking responsibility for our own, and looking for the positive qualities in others. Every person is entitled to respect from others. It is important that not only do we teach the importance of respect to our children, but that we model respectful behaviours ourselves.

Mrs Donna Evans
Head of Middle and Senior Years
Deputy Head of School

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