#KINGSMEADSAYHELLO

This morning the Junior School TDI drive team launched our school campaign #sayhello.

The girls shared various messages to demonstrate the power of greeting. In Isizulu “Sawubona” –  which when translated means “I see you”. This is extremely powerful. It means, I acknowledge you, I acknowledge your presence in this space. I see you as a human being. You breath the same air as me, you hurt like I do, you love like I do. You feel disappointments like I do, you have dreams and hopes like I do.

Every human being needs to feel that they belong. Our souls long for a sense of belonging whether it is at school, at work at home with our families. If we are to build a school that is inclusive to all and that provides a place of belonging we need to first acknowledge each other through greeting.  I see you;  I see you;  I see you;  I see you;  I see you;  I see you;  I see you!

Let’s make Kingsmead a place of welcome and belonging. Ask yourself how big is my welcome?  Let people walk away feeling that this is home and this is where I belong.

2018-11-05T13:07:26+00:00November 5th, 2018|Junior School|