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We Care About How Others Feel (poster)

Overview

We care about how others feel – We try to understand other people’s thoughts and feelings.

Our ethos statements are designed to be printed and displayed within the classroom. Each statement supports character development and the acquisition of key citizenship skills. A pupil certificate is available for each ethos statement.

The values and skills outlined in our ethos statements are further explored in the following lesson plans:

  • Looking Out For Others
  • How do you feel today?
  • What is a citizen?
  • Being part of a school community

Find them on our Resources page.

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