Values as a basis for interacting with others
Values characterise how we behave and thus have a big influence on our future.
What are values and how did they come about? Why are they important? The children in the fifth class have been working on these questions recently. Values characterise how we behave, and determine how we interact with others, which is why they are so important on the road to a successful life.
Many children learn these values at home. Other families don't have time to interact with one another. Where poverty is rife, these skills may be crude, or the children are left to themselves. That's why this "small talk" regarding values and interacting with others, is a standard part of the curriculum at Escuela Lyoness.