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Wellbeing Wednesday - Benevolence Day!

01 Dec 2021

Benevolence Day  - Thursday 9th December 2021
 Respect & Tolerance

 
We are looking forward to our second Benevolence Day of the term - the focus is on Respect & Tolerance. The children will explore these fundamental values over the course of the day - it is of the greatest importance that our children learn to understand and respect each other, and other members of our local and wider community. 

Our children will experience more change, see more places, learn more things, and be exposed to a greater variety of people and cultures than any other generation in the history of humankind. To succeed in this complex and diverse world, we want to support them in developing the capacity for tolerance and respect. 

Teaching Respect & Tolerance 

How a Sense of Security Is Crucial

Both tolerance and respect emerge in children who feel safe. There are two aspects of this sense of safety. The first is a belief that one is special, valued, and accepted. This develops when the most important adults in a child's life repeatedly tell and show them how loved they are. When a child feels this unqualified acceptance, it will be much easier for them to accept others.

The second key element depends on how threatened a child feels by new experiences. From brainstem to cortex, our brains have dozens of neural systems involved in reading and responding to potential threats. The brain will categorize new experiences as negative and potentially threatening until it is proven otherwise. All new situations or novel stimuli, therefore, activate the stress-regulating neural systems in the brain. If a child is in a safe and familiar setting, they will perceive the feelings from this activation as "excitement" but, if they are in an unfamiliar and potentially threatening environment, the same situation will be perceived as frightening.

Help a Child Respect Themself

The people in our lives act as a mirror in the process of building a sense of self. When they give us attention, encouragement, and praise, our reflections are clear and positive; at other times, our interactions may make us feel negative or incompetent. When made to feel special and valued, a child grows to respect themself, and a solid, positive sense of one's self allows the maturing child to respect others.

Promoting Tolerance & Respect in Young Children

 
- Create learning opportunities about new places, people and cultures. Expose children to a variety of perspectives through books, songs, food and cultural events and celebrations.

- Intervene when you hear or see intolerance behaviour - don't be punitive - help children to learn healthier ways to interact with others. 

- Model tolerance and respect. Children will learn to reach out and be sensitive and respectful of others by watching how adults discuss, relate to and value other people.

We look forward to an interactive and informative day.

With best wishes,


Emma Getty
Deputy Head with responsibility for Language Learning, Safeguarding and Pastoral Care

 
 
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