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Learning Behaviours

Our six learning behaviours:

Respect – children will respect each other and be thoughtful, caring and considerate. They will understand the impact of their actions on others and realize that respect leads to self confidence and high self esteem. They will show respect to their belongings and environment.

Tolerance – children will show tolerance towards others, understanding that everyone has differing views and beliefs. They will learn to accept others, regardless of people’s beliefs.

Reflection – children will be able to reflect on their actions and learning and think about how they may do things differently next time.

Open-mindedness – children are able to ask questions, investigate and explore new things. They have a growing mindset and thrive on learning and taking part in new experiences.

Cooperation – children will be able to collaborate and communicate effectively with others and take joint responsibility for their actions.

Resilience – when children come across a difficulty they will show the ability to bounce back. They will be able to cope when things do not go as they planned or had hoped for. When things are challenging, they are able to persevere in order to look for a solution.

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