NSPCC Kindness Challenge Week
Our Charity Prefects and Wellbeing Prefects helped Upper School participate in the NSPCC’s Kindness Challenge week in October. We do, of course, place a high importance on the virtue of kindness as it is one of our School’s core values along with friendship and educational excellence.
During the course of the week our prefects led an assembly, shared kindness activity challenges and were out and about at breaktime spotting kindness in action and rewarding it with High March kindness stickers. Pupils were encouraged to be ‘kindness kids’ and to record the acts of kindness they did and the kind of acts they received. It was wonderful to see the positive impact which kindness can create ripple through the School.
Well done to everyone at Upper School!
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