PRINCIPALíS EASTER MESSAGE
It takes a village to raise a child - and we are that village.
All the mothers and fathers, guardians, grannies, teachers, neighbors, friends and people who care, are the people of our village. We interact and build relationships that can help a child to grow and become his own best; that can help a family to be happy and help a community to flourish.
The quality of our relationships will determine the progress of our village. Relations in which we practice Ubuntu - to care for the welfare of others like we do for ourselves.
The relationships in our families can build self-confidence and a sense of belonging. Strong positive relationships develop resilience to daily challenges. It is through relationships with others that we learn to give back, pay forward and share love and care.
When children build strong positive relationships with adults and peers, they learn how to interact in a respectful manner with different people. They gain skills to live successfully in a diverse world with many challenges.