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What does ITE CARE culture mean?

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What does ITE CARE culture mean?
Clean as you go!
Put away utensils after eating in cafeterias.
Do not eat and drink in class.
Do not throw litter in class.
Your attitude determines your altitude!
Wear proper lanyard, tie, shoes and uniform.
Have proper hairstyle eg. uncoloured hair
No banned accessories allowed eg. earrings in males
C - Clean as you go!
A - Attitude & Attire
R - Respect
E - Expectation

Written by:
Wan Siew (SB)
Celine (SB)
with guidance from Mr Bernard Ng (LT/ADN/CW)
teachers by being polite and greeting them and
classmates by not fighting and arguing with them.
Study and play hard to go to polytechnic by achieving at least GPA 3.00.
Definition of Care:
A cause of object of worry, anxiety, concern.

Let’s find out and learn about more what C.A.R.E. stands for each letter!

Cleanliness in you and the environment
The purposes of keeping clean and tidy include health, beauty absence of disgusting smells and to avoid the spread of dirt from one to another. In the classroom where nearly forty students learning and sitting together in such small area, the environment will need to be clean enough. If we still keep on throwing rubbish on the floor, we will have a higher chance to get sick because of breathing in the air which contains bacteria. Therefore it is necessary for us to put the rubbish or any other used materials inside the dust bin.
Besides the negative impact on our health, having dirty classrooms and school will give others a bad impression on us. Others will just think it is impossible and unreasonable for a student accept to have such dirty and uncomfortable learning environment. And it is unacceptable for us to have lessons in such environment.

“You will always have to live with yourself, and it is to your best interest to see that you have good company --
a clean, pure, straight, honest, upright, generous, magnanimous companion.”

Have you ever noticed that the students or employees with the most positive attitudes in the school or workplace have the most friends? People want to be around those who make them feel better about themselves.
Students/employees with positive attitudes tend to be more productive students/employees because they always see the accompanying opportunity with every challenge. Things are seldom as bad as you think they are: Research shows that only eight percent of the things we worry about are worth being concerned about.
People with positive work attitudes know this, therefore they do not waste time worrying, and they expend their energies on more positive activities. There are several benefits to having a positive work attitude, and many ways to cultivate a positive work attitude.

“Attitude changes all things.”
It is important to respect others because respect is the basis of good relations between people. We should respect others so that others can also respect us.
Respect is important because it allows people to communicate and live in relative harmony. If I respect you, even when I don't agree with what you do or say, I won't make nasty comments or try to make your life more difficult. I may voice my opinion about things, but I won't insist that you agree or follow my line of thinking.
Similarly, if you respect me, you'll listen to my opinion, weigh it honestly and then make your own decision. Again, you may voice your disagreement, but it won't become a full-blown argument because we can respect each other's differing opinions.

“To get it, you must give it.”
Positive expectations occur when we hope, believe, and prepare for the best. We will constantly find ourselves looking for opportunities to help those we love and care for to be successful. Our work contains energy, enthusiasm, and hope. People become excited by our energy and outlook towards a matter.
Thus it is important to have some expectations in yourself.

“An attitude of positive expectation is the mark of the superior personality.”
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