Kindness

After the children in KS2 had completed the work set by their teachers today, we had a chat about kindness towards other people. The children were particularly interested in how to make sure that people of all different backgrounds and skin colours felt equal and included.

We talked about Martin Luther King Jr.’s work on civil rights and the achievements he made in this area. We discussed his dream of equal rights for people of all skin colours and thought about what our own dreams for the future would be.

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7 Responses to Kindness

  1. Danar says:

    Its great to be kind to other because if you treat someone good they will treat you even better and I loved the work they did.

  2. Eesa says:

    If someone is upset and you help them out they will get happy and say thank you.

  3. Hina says:

    You should always be kind towards other people and you should treat someone how you want to be treated.

  4. 0272014wh says:

    Never judge people , just because they have different skin colour it doesn’t mean you can’t treat them like you want to be treated.

  5. 0272014wh says:

    Never judge people by their skin colour .

    It’s just like if you have 2 eggs a brown and a white one, if you crack both of them you could see that they are the same !!!

  6. 0272015ad says:

    If you be kind to them when you need them they will be kind to you like a boomerang when you throw it, it comes back to you.

  7. Eesa says:

    Being rude is not nice and it upsets people if you do do not do it again. Go to that person and say sorry. Being rude will not get you anywhere don’t be rude simile and talk to friends kindly. It is not nice.

    By Eesa

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