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Bursted Wood Primary School

Rights Respecting School

Rights Respecting School

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At Bursted Wood Primary School, we are proud to be a Rights Respecting School and of having achieved the

Bronze: Rights Respecting level.

Our whole school community - children, parents and staff - are committed to our journey to become a

Silver Rights Respecting School. 

 

 


 

Newsletter - Spring 2024.pdf

 

We believe that one of our key roles is to foster curious learners who know that they have a right to have their voice heard, which is why the Unicef Convention of the Rights of the Child sits at the heart of our curriculum and day-to-day life. 

 

We are committed to making our pupils responsible and passionate advocates for their rights, and the rights of others, using the Unicef rights as a common thread throughout every aspect of our school life.

 

From our corridor displays, class charters to our assemblies and thought-provoking lessons, rights are at the heart of our school. 

 

We are proud that:

  • Our Rights Respecting Steering Group - The School Council - are passionate about publicising and embedding the rights across all aspects of school life. 
  • Our Eco Warrior committee is instrumental in leading positive change to improve the school and local environment.
  • Our team of trained Play Leaders inspire the key rights linked to inclusive play for all through their recreational activities and support. 
  • Our whole school community - children, parents and staff - are committed to our journey to become a Silver Rights Respecting School this year. 

Unicef and the Child Rights Convention