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Statements To Live By

Monday’s whole school collective worship introduces our statement to live by. Each of these statements encourages us to see the immeasurable value of ourselves and others, recognise the ways in which we can be the people that God wants us to be and also to accept that things won’t always go just the way we want and that that is OK. They provide the children with opportunities to discuss and explore a wide range of issues including feelings, empathy, belonging and taking care of themselves and others. These statements are displayed in our classroom to remind us of our focus for the week.

• We are all special.

• I can say one good thing about myself.

• I can say how I feel.

• I can laugh and have fun.

• I know what to do if I see anyone being hurt.

• I understand that rights match responsibility.

• I try to stand up for myself and others without hurting others

• I try to be just and fair.

• I can tell you how I look after myself.

• I think before I make choices that affect my health.

• I can work, play, rest and pray each day.

• Simple things can make us happy.

• I try to love others as I love myself.

• I try to follow our school and classroom rules.

• I know I belong in a community that includes my school.

• I know we are happiest when we are united.

• I listen to what you say.

• I show that I am listening to you.

• I co-operate with others in work and play.

• I try to use words that make the world a better place. (Please, sorry, thank you)

• I try to appreciate the beauty and the wonder in the world around me.

• I know that it is ok for me to make mistakes.

• I can learn from my mistakes and failures.

• I try to keep going when things are difficult and not give up hope.

• I know what humility means.

• I know when to ask for help and who to ask for help from.

• I can recognise comfortable and uncomfortable feelings.

• I know how to help others when they are in trouble.

• I understand what trust means

• I try to forgive people when they hurt me.

• I try to accept forgiveness from others.

• I know how to show I am sorry.

• I understand the importance of peace.

• I know what human dignity means and I show that I respect others.

• I stand up for people who are being treated unfairly.

• I notice that we are the same and we are different.

• I try to be accepting of others.

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