Rights Respecting School Award
Welcome to our brand new UNICEF webpage area where we will be updating you about our journey to become a Rights Respecting School.
Our timeline of events will give you all the information you need to find out about what we are doing and how you can help!
What is the RRSA?
The RRSA recognises achievement in putting the United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child (CRC) at the heart of a school’s planning, policies, practice and ethos. For a school to receive accreditation, it must evidence that it has reached the four standards of a Rights Respecting School.
For more information about the award visit the UNICEF website
How are we going to do it?
At Wyndcliffe we are planning to learn about the articles of the convention in our RE and PSHE lessons, where we will begin to understand how to appreciate and enjoy the rights the Convention has given us. Alongside this, every classroom in the school will display a charter that highlights some of the articles that the children feel passionate about. Display boards and posters around both buildings will reinforce articles from the Convention too.
We want our children to champion the rights of the Convention to enrich their experience at school and in their community!
What have we done so far?
What are children's rights?
A child friendly version of the CRC.
Why not try and learn the words to this fun song about having rights?
Watch this school's RRSA journey
This puppet show is informative and great fun to watch to learn more about the CRC.
Hello to all the children of the world! A lovely song about saying hello to children all over!