Good morning scholars,
I hope you had a lovely weekend full of laughter, relaxation and fun. As we transition into the month of June, we look forward to warmer weather, more daylight hours, and sunny skies. This month also marks a time for reflection.
Being reflective means you give thoughtful consideration to your own learning and experiences. You can assess and understand your strengths and limitations in order to help yourself grow. I want you be a PYP reflective student and think about what you understand, what is still unclear, and what you can do to find information to better understand. When we take the time to reflect, we can give purpose to our actions.
As the year comes to a close, reflect on your choices. The artist Vincent Van Gogh once said, “Great things are not done by impulse, but by a series of small things brought together.” What are the small things you are doing on a daily basis to make our school, community, and world a better place. We expect everyone to follow the essential agreements of the school all day, every day, until the very last day of school. Every day you are in school is a day of learning.
I am not sure if you know this about me but I LOVE to sing and dance because it makes me feel happy. I would like to share a video with you about being confident. I hope you feel confident in your ability as a learner, have the courage to take risks, apply what you have learned and make appropriate decisions. Some times we need to take time to spread a little joy.