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Loughborough Church of England

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"Together in God's grace, may we give our children the roots to grow and the wings to fly"

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  • Respect is valuing myself
  • Respect is liking who I am
  • Repect is listening to others
  • Respect is knowing others are valuable too
  • Respect is treating others nicely


‘Do to others as you would have them do to you.’ Matthew 7:12


Not many children could tell you what ‘RESPECT’ means, yet we expect them to understand its full ramification. Talk about different aspects of respect, for example, in their behaviour, in their manners, when showing qualities such as tolerance, patience and caring, and when thinking about other people before themselves. Also, notice how people gain respect; this may be through their behaviour, from the way they treat other people, or simply from their position in society. When do children hear the word ‘respect’? What does it mean in that context?


Bible Stories

The Roman Centurion ( Luke 7: 1-10)

Jesus Angry in the Temple (Matthew 21: 12-17)

Other Stories

Dinosaurs and all that Rubbish by Michael Foreman

Tenzin’s Deer by Barbara Soros

Moon Man by Tomi Ungerer

The Sun in Me by Judith Nichols

What’s This? – A Seed’s Story by Caroline Mockford

The Last Giants by Francois Place

Little Grey and the Great Mystery by Rachel Rivett

The Magic in the Pool of Making by Beth Webb