What does being considerate mean?
Treating others in the way we would like to be treated.
If I am being Considerate I can:
- Build a strong rapport with others leading to really positive relationships.
- Think carefully before acting and speaking and as a result be able to help others to become their best selves.
- Show kindness through my words and actions.
- Show excellent manners in my speech and actions.
- Develop greater confidence in my interactions with others, speaking politely at all times.
- Speak with kindness towards others and motivate them to be their best.
- Behave in a warm and welcoming way which makes others feel appreciated.
- Show kindness and care in words and actions towards fellow students, staff and members of the wider community.
- Always remember to say thank you and show gratitude to others.
- Work really hard to ensure that others feel accepted, appreciated and included.
- Say thank you to someone for their actions e.g. say thank you to your parents for cooking your dinner. You could even write a thank you note!
- Compliment someone.
- Think of something you can do to help your local community e.g. the school hub, litter picking, etc.
- Make sure people feel included – is there someone you could invite to play your game tomorrow?
- Smile at someone as you walk past them.
- Random act of kindness.
- Play a turn-taking game.
- Write a letter to let someone know how much you appreciate them.