In celebration of Random Acts of Kindness Day on 17 February, our Branxton centre community decorated their foyer and set up a ‘random acts lucky dip’ full of random acts of kindness for families to take part in. The children chose to celebrate the occasion by recognising their centre’s cleaner, Paul, for the fantastic work he does for families and staff.
The children then made Paul a card to say thank you for his hard work and kindness, and also attached a chocolate for him to enjoy. The children’s faces lit up as they presented the card to Paul, who was clearly touched by the gesture.
This gesture from Branxton proves that acts of kindness, no matter how small, can have a significant impact on someone’s day. They can brighten someone’s mood, make them feel valued and create a ripple effect of positivity throughout our community. At St Nicholas Early Education, we believe that kindness is not only important in our interactions with others but also helps to build a positive and inclusive environment where everyone feels valued and appreciated.
Well done, Team Branxton!