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Rights Respecting School Award (RRSA)

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“Our aim is to develop confident young learners through encouraging and inspiring our children in a rights respecting nurturing environment”

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Our Rights Respecting Journey

RRSA Overview Powerpoint

Rights Respecting School Maintaining Gold Award

We are absolutely delighted to announce we achieved Rights Respecting School Maintaining Gold Award in April 2022. This is the highest award in the UNICEF programme and was the result of a lot of hard work put in by pupils, parents and staff over the past three years.

The Maintaining Gold Award means we are recognised as being a school which has fully embedded children’s rights throughout our policies, practice and ethos. The pupils have also taken part in practical action projects which have helped protect and stand up for children’s rights around the world both locally and globally.

The UNICEF Assessors noted in their report that the strengths of Longstone School include our commitment to the United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child in all areas of school life, our ability to give our pupils a voice in making key decisions about the school and the campaigning of our active and enthusiastic School Council.

We will continue to work hard on our Rights Respecting School journey by developing a new action plan which will help us maintain our Gold Award status.

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 Child Friendly School Development Plan 

2023 - 2026

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