9MarchThe Jean Steels Rhetoric Competition
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10MarchIB Information Evening
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As the only independent school on the Isle of Man we provide parents with choice and we seek to offer an education that is distinctive and of the highest quality. We cater for a broad ability range and through our bursary scheme we provide financial support to families who could not otherwise afford independent education. We are a small school and this encourages a strong sense of community and allows individuals to flourish. As a Christian foundation we believe that education should be of the whole person and we seek to prepare our pupils to be confident and responsible citizens with a life-long love of learning.
In this context our aims can be stated as follows:
Lead by example and show everyone else what being kind looks like.
Have an expectation that others will be kind - carry out acts of kindness
Recognise and praise others when you notice them being kind.
Stand up for others
Give support to others and let them know they are not alone.
Be kind to yourself
Do not expect perfection. Challenge yourself while looking after your wellbeing.
Mind your Head!
Connect with the people around you.
Be active. Go for a walk or run, cycle, play a game, garden or dance.
Take notice. Be observant, look for something beautiful or remark on something unusual.
Give what you can: time, patience, and understanding. Be kind.
Set yourself goals
Everyone has their own goals. What can you do to challenge yourself?
Consider having four realistic goals at a time: academic, mental, social and physical.
What do you do when you face a challenge? What do you do when things do not go to plan?
If at first you do not succeed, try, try again.
I loved King William’s College from the start. I made up my mind within an hour of our time there that I wanted my son to attend. You have to come to College to understand what makes it stand out from the rest. It is a place of genuinely caring and friendly people. Another aspect of College we love is its vast international community. Our son has made some great friends and as a result has come to appreciate and respect other cultures and traditions. Our son loves College. He loves the independence to make choices, the easy access he has to his tutors, the opportunity to make his own mistakes and learn from them, but most of all, he loves the fact that expert assistance is always a breath away.U5 Overseas Parent