We are a Rights Respecting School
We are extremely proud to be a Rights Respecting Level 2 school.
As a result of our Rights Respecting work we have seen many benefits such as:
- Pupils’ enhanced moral development
- Improved behaviour and relationships in the playground
- More positive and caring attitudes towards diversity in society and the reduction of prejudice
- Pupils’ development as global citizens
- Overall school improvement including the learning environment and attitudes to learning
Our staff and children are extremely enthusiastic about the project, and we continue to promote the rights of children locally, nationally and globally.
Our RRSA champions meet each Thursday with Miss Walsh to discuss ideas about how to continue to promote children’s rights. Below are some of the things that we have achieved this year:
- New classroom charters
- New whole school charter and outdoor charters
- Send my friend to school campaign
- Outright campaign thinking about refugee children
- Celebrating ‘Right of the Fortnight’
- Fairtrade cooking for children and their adults in KS2
Parents/carers: To see more information on how you can meet rights mentioned in the articles, please click here to see a copy of our ‘Whole School Charter’.
Click here to see the 2017-2018 RRSA Champions list.
Some of our children worked closely with a local company, ‘Apollo Arts’, to create our very own RRSA song! Click here to see a preview of the lyrics. We regularly sing our school’s RRSA song during assembly time and the upbeat tune certainly makes it a firm favourite with our children.
The RRSA steering group meets every term to discuss new ideas. If you would like to get involved please see Miss Walsh.
Please click the links below to view our monthly RRSA Newsletters:
‘This is an inclusive school and staff work tirelessly in promoting diversity and respect for each other and for different cultures. Pupils have a well-developed understanding of the rights of the child. The school’s commitments as a “rights respecting” school are woven through the broad and balanced curriculum.’
The Glebe Primary School – Ofsted 2016