Character Strengths

In order to support children with personal achievement, children need to know themselves well and be able to identify their skills and talents. At Arkleston we use the language of character strengths to help children articulate this.

We created a grid that all children should have a copy of and can use to identify the strengths used prior to an activity at the planning stage or after an activity at the reflection stage. 

Below are examples of the language we use at Arkleston, both in the classroom and playground, when discussing our character strengths.


Classroom Character Strengths_Logos 1

Classroom Character Values (1)

Playground Character Strengths_Logos


Pupil Self Assessment Sheet

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