Respect means a feeling or show of honor or esteem for someone or something. Having respect for someone means you think good things about who a person is or how he/she acts. You can have respect for others, and you can have respect for yourself. Showing respect for others include things like not calling people mean names, treating people with courtesy, caring enough about yourself that you don't do things you know can hurt you.
Citizenship means being a member of and supporting your school, community and country. As a good citizen you are respectful of other people and their property. Since we live and work together in our classrooms and communities, it is important we help and care for each other.
Trustworthiness is being honest, telling the truth, keeping promises, and being loyal. Trustworthy people don't lie, cheat, or steal. By having the courage to do the right thing and being loyal to your friends, family and community you demonstrate that you are trustworthy.
Responsibility is doing what is expected of you to the best of your ability. It means keeping your agreements and admitting mistakes without making excuses. When you are responsible, others can depend on you.
Fairness means everyone is treated in a way that allows them to have equal opportunities. When fairness is shown there are no favourites and each person’s thoughts, words and actions are considered as important as the other’s.
Caring is showing concern and kindness to others. We care when we feel a strong desire to help other people in need. We care when we say something kind to help a friend or family member who is feeling sad or upset.