Making Connections SERVICE
Service – ‘The Spirit of Selflessness’
Service involves selfless giving and making a difference in the lives of others by identifying and responding to their needs, and carrying out that service without expecting recognition or reward. At St Andrews an ethic of service abounds which helps account for the commonplace, selfless, individual and community actions that go to enriching the lives of others.
Galatians 5:13 ‘….. but through love serve one another’
Source: Kotzur, T. (Principal) St Andrews Core Values
PICTURE BOOKS IN THE JS LIBRARY
Castle, Caroline., UNICEF. (2002), For every child : the UN Convention on the Rights of the Child in words and pictures, London : Random Children’s.
Readman, Jo., Roberts, Ley. (2006), George saves the world by lunchtime, London : Eden Project Books.
McCarney, Rosemary. (2014), Every day is Malala Day :, Saint Leonards, NSW : Allen & Unwin.
NON FICTION IN THE JS LIBRARY
Abouraya, Karen Leggett., Wheatley, L.C. (2014), Malala Yousafzai : warrior with words, StarWalk Kids library, StarWalk Kids Media, Great Neck, NY.
Brooks, Jeremy., Daly, Jude. (2009), Let there be peace : prayers from around the world, London : Frances Lincoln.
Kindersley, Barnabas., Kindersley, Anabel., UNICEF. (1995), Children just like me, A Dorling Kindersley book, London : Dorling Kindersley.
Taylor, Barbara. (2008), Planet animal : saving Earth’s disappearing animals, London : Carlton.
Walsh, Melanie. (2008), 10 things I can do to help my world, London : Walker.
Reflecting Action through Service: Teaching and Learning.