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RRSA - Rights Respecting School award

July 2016 - We have achieved our Level 2 award!

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For more information you can visit http://www.unicef.org.uk/rrsa

Some exciting RRSA features in our school:

Our School Charters

In school, each class has developed a Classroom Charter, using the rights which are important to them. We also have a Whole School Charter, a Lunchtime Charter, Home/school Charter and a Playground Charter.

Rights Respecting Superhero

As part of our Children in Need day, the children designed a 'Rights Respecting Superhero.' The superhero had to have different superpowers, to ensure children were having their rights respected. The Global Committee chose the winning superhero, from over 100 pictures!

Here was the winning picture, well done!

The school voted her name should be 'All Rights Rose.' She has become our RRSA logo in school. She has even been made into a real life doll, thanks to Mrs Dawson, and travels around different classes, ensuring children respect their rights!

'Rights walk'

Each year, our Global Committee and RRSA steering group complete a 'rights walk' around the school. 

 They use our Rights Respecting superhero, on a 'Rights Card' which they designed, to identify where our 'Rights' are being 'respected,' around school. The Global Committee are fantastic at finding the different 'Rights' and tell the children about their walk, during assemblies.

Here are some photos of our most recent walk in May 2018:

 

Lunchtime and playground charters:

The Global Committe have worked together to create a Lunchtime and Playground Charter. These are to keep children safe in the playground and in the dinner hall.

Now we are renewing the gold level of our award, the Global Committee felt they needed to change a few things on the Outdoor charter - please see the new one below.

 

 

Rights respecting VIP table

We have linked our VIP table to our Rights Respecting work, in school. 

Children who are are respecting and promoting their rights at lunchtime, are chosen by the supervisory assistants to have a special meal in the Head Teachers office!

They also get to wear a special gold lanyard to show everyone they are a VIP, for the day.

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