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St John Fisher Primary a Catholic Voluntary Academy, Sheffield
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Our Term 3 Learning Value is

15th Jan 2021

Our Term 3 Learning Value is 'Respect'.

We need to understand that having respect for both ourselves and others is key to being happy and confident. It is also important if we want to be liked and respected by others in return.

Having respect for ourselves and others is very important because:

  • it helps us to be more self-confident
  • it means that we encourage others to also be more confident
  • it helps us to see ourselves and others through kind eyes
  • it teaches us to like ourselves and to be proud of our achievements without being arrogant
  • it leads us to celebrate - joyfully - the qualities, attributes and achievements of others
  • it empowers us to build resilience so that we can face challenges positively (and overcome them)
  • it keeps families and communities strong and united
  • it enables us and others to feel happy, safe and loved
  • it opens our minds to new ideas and possibilities
  • it helps us to learn more about our own lives, drivers and potential as well as those of others
  • it encourages us to be accepting of difference and to remember that which is shared in common
  • it helps us to grow fully as children of God, every day
  • it reminds us that we each also play a part in the development of others who are on their own journeys