Good Manners Day

<犀利士 p>Manners are important life skills which enable children to get along better with classmates, teachers and family members as well as learn socially acceptable and responsible behaviour.

Our focus is mostly on the following manners,

  1. Table  manners ; children are taught not to speak whilst eating, chew food thoroughly before swallowing, close their mouth whilst chewing, politely ask food to be passed over, to keep their elbow off the table, always use a table mat and to clear their table after eating.
  • Telephone manners: don’t shout when receiving calls, always say hello and goodbye, and always be friendly.
  • Magic words: children are taught when and how Hello, please, thank you, sorry, excuse me.

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