Rights Respecting School Bronze to Silver

"We are very proud to be apart of UNICEF's scheme for becoming a rights respecting school. A rights respecting school is a school that follows the principles of the United Nations convention on the rights of a child. and adults and children together can make a difference in children lives. It is a school where the rights of children are learned practiced and enforced through everyday learning and where children will learn that no matter who you are, how old you are, big or small we all have rights and all children are entitled to having those rights met." Maria Georgiou, RRSA Lead

We began our journey to becoming a rights respecting school in September 2019, but due to COVID many of our actions and activities were on hold, until September 2023. We resumed our RRSA journey in September 2023, and although it hasn't always been easy, this academic year we have managed to achieve bronze status for our school. We are the only Greek school in the U.K to have achieved Bronze status and it is our goal for the next academic year to achieve Silver. It it's important to us to be a part of something so big and something so important, it teaches our children their rights and gives them a voice to speak up now and throughout their lives. 

It also showcases the importance of having these rights not just in this country but in other countries around the world where it is not always clear, and rights are not automatically given. Overall it teaches our children the importance of fighting for what is right always.

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