The Honeywood Way To Be[e]
The meaning of each of our values is broken down and adapted to different contexts and then explicitly taught and modeled to students so that the values are embedded in our school culture.
Be Our Best
When you want to be respectful, try to put yourself in someone else's shoes and behave in a way that shows you care. At its heart, being respectful means showing that you value other people's perspectives, time and space.
A responsible person is one who is able to act without guidance or supervision, because he or she is accountable and answerable for his or her behaviour. Such a person can be trusted or depended upon to do things on his or her own. Such a person will follow through on obligations.
Being kind is a vital way of bringing meaning to our own lives as well as the lives of others. Being kind allows us to communicate better, be more compassionate, and also to be a positive force in people's lives. Kindness has its true source deep within you, and while some people are innately kind, it's something that everyone can cultivate by choice.
Being safe means learning to be safe in the classroom, in the playground, on line, and the community.