Getting Along With Others

Getting Along means working well with teachers and classmates, resolving disagreements peacefully, following rules of the classroom and making positive contributions to school, home and the community including protecting the rights of others and looking after the environment.  Examples of getting along behaviour are being helpful when working in a group, listening and not interrupting when someone else is speaking, talking rather than fighting when someone acts unfairly, not breaking classroom rules, helping others in need, volunteering for worthy causes and cleaning up the environment.