Exceptional Education at the Heart of the Community

Exceptional Education at the Heart of the Community


What does being humble mean?

Seeing the intrinsic worth in others, all created equal; giving honour and encouragement to all; not lauding it over others.

If I am being Humble I can:

  • Learn to really value myself and see myself in a positive way.
  • Have a humble confidence which is expressed in a positive way towards others.
  • Recognise that I am still learning.
  • Be honest about how I am doing and talk about how I would like to improve to become the best version of myself.
  • Show a willingness, as well as skill, in listening to others.
  • Take a real interest in how others are and take the time to check they are ok.
  • Display a willingness to ask for help and be willing to help others.
  • Be really inquisitive to find out as much as I can, knowing there is always more to learn.
  • Listen well to feedback and look to apply advice given.
  • Be positive about the things that others achieve – it is infectious and brings joy to us all.
  • Value positive traits in others and see others in a positive way.
  • Help others to feel more confident about who they are and what they can do.
  • Treat people equally and makes sure everyone feels valued and appreciated.
  • Be thoughtful and kind and ensure others are appreciated, celebrating their achievements.


  • Write down three things you are thankful or grateful for.
  • Appreciate others strengths – tell someone something they are great at!
  • Draw a picture of someone and write down all of the reasons why they are amazing.
  • Help others – not just because you want praise!
  • Let someone else go to the front of the line.
  • Spend time listening to others instead of telling them something.
  • Think of one thing you want to improve.
  • Ask for feedback from someone.
  • Make a list of things you are thankful for.