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What makes a hero?. Qualities of a hero. Video of tutors. Can you think of someone who matches this criteria?. Proud Achieving Caring Loyal Dynamic Hard Working Strong Resilient Courageous Brave. Selfless Determination Focused Gallantry Perseverance Dedication Sacrifice

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qualities of a hero
Qualities of a hero
  • Video of tutors
can you think of someone who matches this criteria
Can you think of someone who matches this criteria?
  • Proud
  • Achieving
  • Caring
  • Loyal
  • Dynamic
  • Hard Working
  • Strong
  • Resilient
  • Courageous
  • Brave
  • Selfless
  • Determination
  • Focused
  • Gallantry
  • Perseverance
  • Dedication
  • Sacrifice
  • Commitment
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dorothy jameson
Dorothy Jameson

St Oswald's Hospice was founded in the early 1970's by Dorothy Jameson, a local lady who felt that North East people, facing life limiting illness, ought to receive the same type of care and support offered in London

thomas barnardo
Thomas Barnardo

This vision is the same as the one Thomas Barnardo had when he came to London in 1866 and found children sleeping in the streets and being forced to beg for food. It was in 1867 that he set up the Ragged School and started helping the abused, vulnerable, forgotten and neglected children of east london and his work still continues today.

Barnardo’s helps more than 190,000 children.