Welcome to the Rights Respecting Council
We are made up of pupils from each class. Our aim is to promote children's rights throughout the school. We meet up every half term with Mrs Reeves to discuss our rights and share our ideas.
If you want to share your opinion with the school, speak to your Class Rights Councillor, so they can bring it up in our next meeting.
Below you can look at the CRC and find out more about your rights.
This is Polly, she is our Rights Respecting School Mascot.
Polly was designed by a former pupil at our school, during our ROC phase. The Rights Council agreed that Polly would make a fabulous mascot, and she was voted the winner. Her rainbow colours remind us that everyone has rights no matter their race, religion, beliefs or background (Article 2) and a parrots ability to speck reflects our right to express our opinions and be heard (Article 12).
Each class has a small parrot soft toy that are used by teachers when learning about the RRSA . You will also see her picture around school, helping us to recognise areas in school that link to the CRC.
Sustainability Week 2022
During Sustainability Week , we learned about the Global Goals and how one small change can make a big impact.
Each class made a pledge to help.
Find out more about Global Goals and how you can help here Homepage - The Global Goals
Past Events This Year