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World Kindness Day

Jenefer Wiltschut – Head of Wellbeing

Kindness is a powerful force that can have a positive impact on our lives. It can make us feel happier, healthier, and more connected to others. World Kindness Day, celebrated on November 13th each year, is a reminder of the importance of kindness in our society.

Being kind and incorporating it into our daily lives is a free and readily available way to improve our wellbeing. Studies have shown that kindness can boost student’s self-esteem and confidence, improve social connections and interactions, and reduce stress and anxiety. When students are kind to others, they are also kind to themselves. They feel good about themselves and their actions which can lead to a more positive outlook on life.

There are many ways that we can practice kindness in our daily lives, either at school or at home. Here are a few examples:

  • Be a good listener. When someone is talking to you, give them your full attention. Make eye contact and nod your head to show that you are listening.
  • Offer help to others. If you see someone who needs help, offer to lend a hand. This could be anything from holding a door open to helping someone with their homework.
  • Say something nice to someone. A simple compliment or word of encouragement can make someone’s day.
  • Smile at others. A smile is a contagious act of kindness. It can instantly brighten someone’s mood.
  • Do random acts of kindness. Leave a kind note for a friend or family member. Help out at a local charity. The possibilities are endless!

Kindness is a simple act, but it can have a profound impact on our lives. By practicing kindness, we can make the world a better place for everyone.

Let’s make every day World Kindness Day!

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