Leadership and Community
What makes a good leader?
- Humility and gratitude
- The ability to put others or the community first
We can all be leaders but it is not without risk that we bravely show up and put ourselves on the line for others. We admire our pupil leaders for risking the voting system and putting themselves at risk of being not chosen by their peers.
Know that the only way to lose is by not trying- if you try you have won.
I come to school excited to learn.
I do my reading and homework.
I make good choices and follow the rules
I know am a good learner and I want to succeed.
I take responsibility for my choices.
If I upset someone, I can explain how my choices have made others feel and apologise
I believe I can learn so I am happy to be challenged
I include all others
I join in
I think before I speak
I show excellent manners at all times
I help others to achieve
I believe I can achieve- my actions and words show my self-belief.
I am a community member and I include everyone
I set a good example to other pupils with my words and actions
I am proud to take on a leadership role
I feel proud when I represent my school and do this positively
I work alongside adults and pupils from all classes in school enthusiastically
I notice if a task needs doing and offer to do it
I make careful choices, including e-safety, and I can manage my emotions
Take pride in your community.
Take pride in your achievements.