5/04/2022

 



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Your child will meet a range of people from all different walks of life. They may have differing views of them and can teach them many things. Knowing how to respect others is a big part of socializing and raising your child to be respectful of all should be a part of this. Below is some guidance from a prep school in Buckinghamshire on how to teach your child to respect other cultures.

 

Use a Map

The world is very big and diverse. There are 195 countries around the world, all with their own identity. This is a great place to start and can help your child to develop a broad understanding of where different people are from.

 

Treating Everyone as Equals

We are all equals that deserve respect and to be treated kindly. This is a message that you can send to your child by doing so in your interactions with others. 

 


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School trips give children the opportunity to explore the world around them and put what they’ve learned into practice. They can gain new, unique experiences and create lasting memories with their friends. There’s much more to school trips too. For example, they teach children how to present themselves when outside of their school environment. A nursery in Amersham has shared more on the benefits of school trips for children with us below.

 

Taking Responsibility

When on a school trip, children go out and represent their school. It’s their duty to uphold a positive image and not misrepresent themselves and their peers. This can teach them about responsibility and to be mindful of their behaviour. 

 

Open-Mindedness

There’s so much that you can learn by being surrounded by the same people in the same environment. Travelling opens children to new ideas and ways of thinking that are different to their own. At the same time, they can develop respect for others’ ideas and their cultures.

 

With the National Elections just within reach, Rex Education and the Parish Pastoral Council for Responsible Voting (PPCRV) are working together to help educate voters about the values we should be looking for in the leaders we will elect.

“How the Philippines will come out of this pandemic and handle the impending global economic recession will rely on the next 6 years. This is why it is crucial that the leaders we will elect in the upcoming May 9 elections share the heart of the Filipino people and possess the values to stand for and serve our country. We have to choose well and vote for someone who is truly Maka-Pilipinas,” said Rex Education CEO, Don Timothy Buhain.