On Friday 16th November 2018 The Steering Committee launched the Unicef Shoeshare Campaign. As a school we are aiming to collect as many unwanted shoes as we can, to donate to Unicef. They are working in partnership with Clarks shoes to ensure that all children get access to a good education.
So far we have collected over 100 pairs of shoes. When the campaign ends on 14th Decemeber, the Steering Committee will deliver the shoes directly to Clarks.
World Human Rights Day
Article 2 The Convention applies to every child, regardless of race, colour, sex, language, place of birth, religion, politics, disability, and status.
As part of World Human Rights day on 10th December 2019, we had an assembly which told the story of Cinderella. We then discussed the rights that Cinderella did not have.
Human Rights are basic needs that all human beings have. Our Basic needs never change; it is a need that all human beings everywhere have and so it represents a genuine human right.
Some basic human rights are
•The right to a home
•The right to a decent amount of food
•The right to clean water
•The right to an education
•The right to medical care
Why do you think there is an
International day to remember Human
Safer Internet Day 2019
Article 19: You have the right to be protected from being hurt and mistreated, in body or mind.
In our Rights Respecting Schools assembly this week we discussed Safer Internet Day. The theme this year was ‘Our internet, our Choice’.
We need to ask for permission for some things and give permission for others, when we’re online as well as offline. Asking for and giving permission is an opportunity to make a choice about your life online. You have the power to make a positive choice but that choice could take many forms.