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Every week the ‘Keys to Kindness’ award is given when a pupil or class display a considerable act of kindness. They then get to hang the key outside their classroom to signify to the school that they are the current holders of the key.
The idea for the award comes from the quote from the school’s patron saint St Vincent who said ‘kindness was the way to unlocking peoples hearts and believed that kindness was greatly important and that we should make this our duty.’ Mother Theresa of Calcutta also spoke about kindness and provided us with guidance on how to be a good person.
Below, we will be sharing with you information about the types of things that earn our ‘Keys to Kindness’ award.