Students Showing “Random Acts of Kindness”

June 18, 2014

Today [June 18] Primary 4 and 5 students from East End Primary are taking to the streets to participate in the school’s first ever “Random Acts of Kindness” as a culmination of lessons on citizenship.

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One of the teachers said, “Along with five faculty members, this group of 32 students will be practicing random acts of kindness in the form of opening doors, helping to carry packages, helping people to cross the street, and any other small act that might be considered kind. The aim of this project is to help our students to recognize the intrinsic value of simply helping others.”

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  1. St. D says:

    Alright East End Primary! Spread the love. :)

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  2. Lulu says:

    Great idea! Love this! Good job kids---have fun!

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  3. proud parent says:

    Well done EEP!!! Heard nothing but good things!!!

    And Happy Birthday to you Nakejae Caines

    What a way to spend your Birthday and you feel so proud...

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  4. I love EEP says:

    Well Done guys! A wonderful bunch of kids and a wonderful school!

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  5. Bermy Citizen says:

    Great bunch of kids lead by some awesome teachers!!! We're proud of you EEP Students!!!!

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