At Baguley Hall School we are committed to following the Golden Rule of Peace Mala which is simply "Treat others as you would wish them to treat you."
Our new Peace Mala display is now up in school full of all the lovely work made by children in all year groups at Baguley Hall. Well done everyone!
Peace Mala Day 2016
Well done Baguley Hall Superstars on yet another successful Peace Mala day!
We started the day with activities for pupils with parents and carers in the hall after our Peace Mala assembly. Here, students and families made messages of peace for our new peace tree in the edible playground. Activities also continued in classrooms where children revisited the golden rule of Peace Mala and made random acts of Kindness boxes for their classrooms as well as an aray of lovely activities including art and PHSE. Well done to our fantastic Peace Pals too for all your help. Watch out for them around school being fantastic Peace Mala role models!
By becoming a Peace Mala school we endeavour to cut through all forms of prejudice, to confront bullying, to support human rights and to celebrate what makes us different from each other. Fourteen spiritual traditions, along with their individual versions of the Golden Rule, are represented on the bracelet.
Wearing the bracelet is a promise to help create a better world. Every adult in our school wears a bracelet to show how important Peace Mala is to us as a school.
Rights Respecting School
We are working towards becoming a Rights Respecting school, with the values of the UN Convention on the Rights of the Child at the heart of our ethos. We are aiming to empower our children to become active citizens and valuable members of our community.