Definition

Self-Discipline is the 'correction or regulation of oneself for the sake of improvement'.

Self-discipline supports:

  • improved health
  • greater academic and career success
  • better relationships
  • better financial health
  • fewer regrets
  • improved time management
  • completion of tasks and projects

How do we demonstrate self-discipline?

In school:

  • By wearing my full uniform with pride at all times.
  • By being organised for learning by bringing all my equipment, my Journal and reading book.
  • By working to my full potential in all lessons to make great progress and achieve success.
  • By completing my independent learning to the best of my ability.

During home learning:

  • By being organised for home learning by having my device, exercise book open, all my equipment ready, and my Character Journal or Learning Journal.
  • By ensuring that I know my passwords and am logged in ready to start online lessons.
  • By working to my full potential for all subject s to make great progress and achieve success.
  • By making sure that I engage respectfully with online learning tools such as the chat function and microphones.