The second theme of our Inclusive School Year is “Be Kind”. By treating kindness, compassion and empathy as intentional acts, help your students create positive environments that are inclusive, respectful and free from bullying. With virtual Ambassador presentations and resources for every age, you can teach your class or youth group how all acts of kindness, no matter how big or small, make our schools, homes, and communities a much better place to live. “Be Kind” presentations focus on anti-bullying, respect, empathy and kind actions, and are available from January- March, 2023.
Get started by booking your RHF Ambassador presentation below, or explore additional videos, lesson plans and activities on this topic by grade level. If you have already booked a presentation, you’ll also find pre and post presentation activities here:
Book a Presentation
RHF Ambassadors are individuals with various disabilities affecting their mobility, vision, and/or hearing. They share their engaging stories with children and youth in schools and communities in the form of virtual presentations provided at no cost. Book a “Be Kind” themed presentation for your class, school or community group from January - March, 2023.
Ready to explore all the themes which make up an inclusive school year? This fall, we started the year with a “Be Aware” theme on disability inclusion, and in the final months of the school year students will learn to “Be Bold” making a difference in their communities.
Pre-Presentation Activity: Share the story Roll On by Ainslie Manson. You may have the hard copy book, or you can find the e-book and the audio book in our resource library.
Post-Presentation Activity: Social divides – what are they and am I brave enough to cross them? Watch two video clips of youth with disabilities and consider the social divides that may exist within their school community, then participate in a social change project.