Head: Let values begin at home
The teaching of values must start in the home.
So says acting principal of The Lester Vaughan School, Tanya Harding, as she spoke to the importance of positive home influences on children while delivering remarks at the school’s 20th anniversary church service yesterday.
“We have to make sure that our children are being brought up properly from the home,” Harding said while speaking at Holy Innocents Anglican Church in Welchman Hall, St Thomas.
“By the time we get them at 11 years old, those personalities are already formed. We then have to try to work with what we get so that we could mould them into citizens we would be proud of,” she added. (AD)
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