The only constant in education is change, and that change is you!

Gavin Mccormack

The only constant in education is change, and that change is you!

The only constant in education is change, and that change is you!

Ten things to whisper in your child’s ear everyday.

  1. I believe in you 100%. Whatever you want to be, I’ll be right behind you.
  2. Be yourself, that’s all that you can do. You’re amazing just as you are and I love you.
  3. I trust you and you can trust me. If you make a mistake or do something wrong, that’s ok! We all make mistakes!
  4. I will always be by your side. No matter how far away you are from me, just call and I’ll be right there!
  5. I’m your friend. I may be a lot older than you, but I love being with you just as much as you love being with me!
  6. Try to be as kind as you can to everyone you meet. Smile, love, care and laugh. That’s all I ask of you.
  7. Try your best, that’s good enough for me. But whatever you do. Don’t ever give up. Don’t ever let doubt get in your way. If you can imagine it, you can become it!
  • 8. If you see someone crying on the playground, sitting on their own or looking lonely, go over, hold their hand and make sure they’re ok! Imagine what it would be like to be so sad!
  • 9. Take care of plants, animals and insects. They’re all part of the universe and so are you. The world is your home but it’s also theirs. Let’s share it together.
  • 10. I love you, unconditionally!

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3 Responses

  1. I believe all teachers and parents, and as a community we all must recite points number 8&9 on a daily basis. Somewhere down the line it shall become part of natural behaviour as the child grows.

  2. This is so pertinent, especially in today’s hard-charging, highly-structured world. I see so many parents placing undue performance pressure on their children when in fact they should be nurturing the more primal of skills, such as acceptance, confidence, and empathy. It’s not grades that gets one up the ladder of life, it’s mindset – one of the greatest contributions one can make towards the success and happiness of children.

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