Supporting and practicing self-confidence can assist students to value their uniqueness, and to be comfortable expressing their opinions.  A critical element of self-confidence for students involves growing and learning to appreciate their identity. Knowing who you are, and holding firm to the person you believe yourself to be in the face of life’s challenges and choices, is a life-long skill that can begin to develop in childhood. Educators have a key role in helping to show students that they matter, and that they bring value to the classroom.


Division: All
Purpose: To help students to know they are special and that they matter and belong within the classroom; 

Daily Greetings

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Purpose: To acknowledge and welcome students and show them that they are valued, to celebrate diversity and uniqueness, and to model the importance of taking time for relationship building at school.

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Purpose: To help build a rapport and a relationship between educator and student, and to let the student see that he is genuinely cared about as a person.

What’s New?

Division: All
Purpose: To celebrate and acknowledge things going on in each of our lives.

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