Making Connections INTEGRITY
Integrity – ‘The Spirit of Honour’
“We aim to demonstrate integrity in our relationships with those in our own and wider community. We believe integrity is at the core of how others see us and as such, seek to be hold fast to what is good, by being honest, fair, trustworthy, respectful and ethical in everything we do. Integrity means we do the right thing and make the right choices, even when no one is watching. When we practise integrity, there is no difference between our behaviour and what we know to be right.”
Titus 2:7 – ‘In everything set them an example by doing what is good’
Source: Kotzur, T. (Principal) St Andrews Core Values
TEACHING ATTITUDES THROUGH LITERATURE
The Empty Pot by Demi
PICTURE BOOKS IN THE JS LIBRARY
Blabey, A. (2015). Pig the fibber. Scholastic Australia, Lindfield, NSW.
Booth, C., & Groves, P. (2010). Potato music. Malvern, S. Aust. : Omnibus.
Burch, R. G., & Motoyama, K. (2002). Telling the truth : learning about honesty, integrity, and trustworthiness. Huntington Beach, Calif. : Creative Teaching.
Child, L. (2007). Whoops! but it wasn’t me. London : Penguin.
Heinrich, S. (2007). The most beautiful lantern. Sydney : Hachette Livre Australia.
Johnson, R., & Parish, S. (2004). The truth about Reedy. Archerfield, Qld. : Parish.
Wilson, T. (2007). Harry Highpants. Malvern, S. Aust. : Scholastic.
NON FICTION IN THE JS LIBRARY
Cox, P. R., McCafferty, J., & Tyler, J. (2004). Don’t tell lies, Lucy! : a cautionary tale. London : Usborne.
Pryor, K. J. (2010). Integrity. South Yarra, Vic. : Macmillan Library.
Tym, K., & Wade, S. (2008). Tell the truth. London : QED.
FICTION CHAPTER BOOKS
Forrestal, E. (1996). Someone like me. Ringwood, Vic. : Penguin.
Reflecting Integrity and Respect in Action through Teaching and Learning.
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