Would you like to promote kindness in your classroom or school? Encourage pupils to be kind using our Acts of Kindness checklist that highlights a variety of ways that pupils can be kind to others.
The resource can be used as part of World Kindness Day or during Anti Bullying Week in November, or at any time in the school year when a sprinkling of kindness may be needed. Our Kindness Award Certificates can be given to pupils who show kindness, celebrating their thoughtfulness towards others.
The checklist could be used in school, or at home.
The resources will:
- Inspire pupils to show kindness to others.
- Provide opportunities to discuss why it is always important to be kind.
- Celebrate kindness in the classroom or school community.
This pack includes:
- Acts of Kindness Checklist
Pupils can tick off the acts of kindness that they have completed. Perhaps, they may complete some of them more than once!
- Kindness Award Certificates
Celebrate kindness by giving pupils a beautifully designed certificate to acknowledge how kind they are.
When is World Kindness Day?
World Kindness Day is celebrated each year on 13 November. The idea is to celebrate and promote good deeds and acts of kindness.
When is Anti-Bullying Week?
Anti-Bullying Week takes place in November each year. This year it runs between Monday 16 to Friday 20 November.
Relationships Education Statutory Guidance (2019) links
- Pupils should know the characteristics of friendships, including … kindness. (Caring Friendships)
- Pupils should know that healthy friendships are positive and welcoming to others, and do not make others feel lonely or excluded. (Caring Friendships)