Southwark Value: COURAGE


Last week we explored what it means to have courage. We discussed what courage meant and when we might need to be courageous and what that feels like before and after we have shown courage.

We learnt that it takes courage to admit that you are wrong. It takes courage to learn from your mistakes. It takes courage to make new starts. It takes courage to make new friends, start new clubs or activities, and it takes courage to make difficult choices like standing up for what it right. We agreed that it sometimes feels a bit scary to show courage. However, we remembered that it is ok to be scared as it often means that we are about to do something really brave and courageous.

Please open the assembly slides attached to this post and find some time to look through this with your children.

What have you done recently that took courage?


Mr Skirton

Southwark Value: COURAGE