Trustworthiness In School

vs. unreliability

Gaining the confidence of others by demonstrating reliability

To practice Trustworthiness I will:

  • follow through with my commitments
  • complete all tasks to the best of my ability
  • keep confidences
  • tell the truth
  • anticipate the concerns of others

If you look at the “I wills” for being trustworthy, you are looking at the definition of what would make a good friend.  It’s about following through on promises, honoring secrets, telling the truth and being your best and proactive.  These are the activities that bond two people or a group together.

Creating a community within the classroom and the school is a key bully prevention strategy. Teaching students to value one another and feel connected to each other will create a trustworthy environment where students will care for each other.

This month focus on your trustworthiness to build up your relationships.

Curriculum Connection
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Tower of Trust

Includes printable activity page and resources

No Matter How You Say It

Teambuilding – Trustworthiness

Divide the class into groups. You can use seating arrangements such as a row or table to define the groups or create groups on your own. Instruct each group to…

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