Ben Hodgkiss works with Brainwaves, a children’s rewards company that continually tries to find new ways to engage children, and promote positive behaviour in the classroom. Children can be encouraged for their participation in activities such as fundraising through rewards including personalised stickers, stampers and certificates.
In addition to academic development, the classroom is the perfect place for children to develop their characters. Character development helps children to build key social and personal components, such as a sense of morality, self-belief, and integrity; valuable traits that will continue to help students throughout the rest of their lives. This article outlines the best activities for inspiring character development in the classroom.
There are many different ways for schools to get involved with fundraising, whether it be for charity or to raise money for a school requirement, such as a new classroom or equipment. In order to promote positive behaviour, primary schools can encourage pupils to fundraise as a worthwhile group activity that can help others or benefit their own learning.
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