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Empathy at Sara Village School

by Charlotte O'Toole

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Empathy at Sara Village School
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Empathy is our ability to understand and share someone else’s thoughts feelings and perspectives. It is made up of three important elements: feeling, thinking and acting.

Feeling: when we understand that someone is having thoughts or feelings that may, or may not, be different to something that we have previously experienced.

Thinking: when we are able to use previous knowledge and experiences to gain an insight into how that person may be feeling now.

Acting: when we use our understanding of the other person's thoughts or feelings to help, support or guide that person.

Sara Village School is a small primary school based in Saudi Arabia. We have a very diverse but transient community which means that our student population is regularly changing. We have been working on strengthening and developing the empathy skills of our students in a number of different ways.

We hope you enjoy looking at the incredible work that our students have created over the last few months.
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Empathy in Reading at Sara Village School
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Displaying empathy is about showing that we have a real understanding of others and their thoughts, feelings and opinions; even if they are different from our own. All of our Sara Village School students have been exploring a number of different story books that have helped to develop our empathetic skills and to ultimately put ourselves in another's shoes! We have had a number of interesting discussions over the past few weeks based around these books and what lessons they can teach us about the way that we treat and look out for others.
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