Good ambitions should scare you a little and excite you a lot - Joe Vitale.
The definition of ambition is, ‘a strong desire to do or achieve something’. We want all of our students to aim high, take control and create the futures they want to live in. In other words, to believe that there are no limits to what they can do.
We want students to be curious and optimistic and always strive to be the best that they can be. Ambition is not a competition, where you are trying to be better than others, but is more about self-growth, self-development, self-expression and self-improvement.
Using their new Global Campus Passport as a guide, students in Years 4 to 6 are now using the Be Ambitious section of the Global Campus to:
- explore what it means to be ambitious
- get tips on setting goals and achieving them
- discover ways to become ambitious
- share their ambitions and achievements
For each Global Campus activity a student completes they will earn a stamp in the Passport. And for those who can achieve all 22 stamps, there's a Star Award on its way.
Good luck to all our students - we'll be reporting on your progress in the months and weeks ahead