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Integrity

"The quality of being honest, having strong moral principles and moral uprightness."


To have integrity is to do the right thing and have good morals. It's a very important life skill for children to learn, and helps build trust and reliability.


Integrity is about admitting your mistakes, and not seeing them as setbacks but using them as opportunities for improvement. It's about being positive and having a good attitude and surrounding yourself with similar people.

Keep your promises and give an honest explanation when you can't.


It's about staying focused on a task, working hard to complete it and putting in all your effort to do it the best you possibly can.


Showing integrity will allow you to make better relationships and connections with people. Others are more likely to respect you and see you as reliable.


Having integrity makes you a better person, improving your potential and allowing you to be the raw version of yourself instead of adapting to fit in. Your confidence will grow and people will recognise you for your great reputation.


A lack of integrity can lead to overthinking late at night and make it harder to sleep. A lack of sleep the makes your attitude worse and negatively affects both your physical and mental health.


Integrity will help you become a natural leader who will be admired by others. You'll inspire people to be the best version of themselves and lead them in the right direction.


Being honest and doing the right thing is a key part of demonstrating integrity. If you don't own up to your mistakes it will only put a weight on you and make you feel uneasy. It'll create a wall between you and others, making it harder to build good relationships and let people in.


Showing respect to others and their opinions is a great way to demonstrate integrity not only in everyday life, but also in school and the workplace. If you respect others then they'll respect and appreciate you.


Here at Tempest we teach our children to stand for what they believe in, and to always do the right thing even when no-one is watching. We teach them to treat people equally and to take responsibility & accountability for their own actions.


We understand that integrity is more than just being honest; it's acting ethically, consistently, and in a trustworthy manner. We work with our students to help them become the best possible version of themselves 🥋



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