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Our School Values (R3ICH)

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Respect

I treat others the way I want to be treated.


The skunk shows respect by giving others the space they need
without stepping into their privacy. Skunks will usually walk away calmly and not impose on others.
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Responsibility

I know my duty and carry it out with pride and diligence.

The elephant demonstrates responsibility by being attentive to
the needs of their young. Baby elephants are born with little or   no survival instinct. Nearly everything is taught by their mother and relatives or other female elephants. They depend on one another for help and guidance of the matriarch when needed.
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Resilience

I am positive and keep giving my best.


At the age of 40, the eagle flies to a mountain top and sits on
its nest. There it knocks its beak against a rock until it plucks it
out. Then the eagle will wait for a new beak to grow and starts
plucking its thick heavy feathers. This is a tough challenge but the eagle is resilient.
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Integrity

I am able to distinguish right from wrong.


The lion demonstrates great integrity by standing up against other strong animals and avoids fighting with the weak. The leader stays true to its pack and will not hesitate to defend themselves against other intruders who try to disrupt their peace.
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Care

I share and care for others


The bear demonstrates its caring nature by being affectionate,
protective and attentive to the needs of their young. They often
share friendship with others.

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Harmony

I am cooperative and work well with others.


The goose practises teamwork with their own kind by being
there for one another. Geese annually migrate to warmer climates during winter. If a goose becomes injured during this trek, another goose will leave the migrating flock to stay with its fallen comrade.The goose will stay with the injured until he has recovered or until its final breath.