Active Citizenship Record Sheet for KS3
Positive Tolerance - No Thoughts of Hate - No Hate Crime.

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WITHIN THE CLASSROOM AND THE SCHOOL COMMUNITY

Can be unfriendly; disrespectful; reluctant to join in and contribute.

Usually friendly; helpful; joins in when encouraged to do so; cooperative.

Friendly, helpful, kind; readily joins in; considerate; committed.

Friendly, helpful, kind; shows initiative and takes on extra responsibilities.

SOLVING PROBLEMS PEACEFULLY

Can show anger; blames and puts down others.

Tries to verbalise feelings and manage anger; needs adult support to resolve conflict.

Manages anger; listens politely; uses logic to resolve conflict but still needs adult support in conflict-situations.

Manages anger; listens to alternative views; uses strategies to solve conflict and problems independently but knows when to get adult help.

CELEBRATING DIVERSITY

Can be disrespectful; self-centred; ignores others' rights.

Usually respectful; not self-centred but may disregard injustices unless prompted.

Interested in the practice of fairness and justice; treats others fairly and respectfully.

As before - but also actually supports others when seeing injustice committed.

EXPRESSING RIGHTS WITH RESPONSIBILITY

Knows school and class rules but can ignore them; apathetic about the wider world.

With support, a growing sense of responsibility in class and school; also describes simple ways to improve school, community or the world.

A growing independent sense of responsibility; identifies simple ways to improve school, community or world; wants to make a difference, but needs guidance.


A clear sense of independent responsibility; an emerging idealism - wants to make the world a better place, and independently sees opportunities for action.

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