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Reflection

As 2020 comes to an end we naturally reflect on the time gone by and what we have achieved. It was therefore logical that our assemblies this week should focus on that theme of ‘reflection’. Mr Searle led the assemblies taking students through a series of insightful steps around what it means to reflect. The importance of reflection being summarised by Margaret Wheatley that: ‘Without reflection, we go blindly on our way, creating more unintended consequences, and failing to achieve anything useful’. Reflection can therefore be particularly useful in dealing with the challenging situation that many of us have faced this year, allowing us to come to terms with thoughts and feelings even in revealing anxieties we may not have been aware of so they can be addressed. Maybe the most pertinent part of our assemblies this week has actually embraced our mantra of ‘A Mind to be Kind’ with the thought that we should ‘Be a reflection of what you would like to receive. If you want love, give love. If you want truth, be truthful. What you give out will always return’

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