To promote rights all over the school.
Give every child a voice.
Right of the Month- May
Article 27 Right to a good standard of living
Every child has the right to a standard of living that is good enough to meet their physical, social, and mental needs.
World Children’s Day 2019
We celebrated World Children’s day at Albany. Wednesday 20th November 2019 marked 30 years since the introduction of the UNCRC. We celebrated this as a school. The Super Ambassadors and Rights Raccoons led an assembly and set competitions to design bunting to hang around the school to help with celebrations. The children judged the entries and the winning design for each year group won a certificate and a prize. Children and staff across the school wore blue to celebrate the event. Pupils in all classes participated in activities to learn and understand children’s rights. There were also practical challenges where children learned about the journey to water sources to collect water and carry it home. We held a special assembly on a Friday to find out what each class had done throughout the week to celebrate World Children’s day.
Article of the month- April
Article 24 Right to food, water and medical care
Every child has the right to the best possible health. Governments must work to provide good quality care, clean water, nutritious food and a clean environment so that children can stay healthy.
Article 7, (birth registration, name, nationality, care)
Every child has the right to be registered at birth, to have a name and nationality, and, as far as possible, to know and be cared for by their parents.
These are the articles we haven chosen for our school...
Article 2 - All children have these rights no matter what.
Article 3 - Everyone who works with children should always do what is best for each child.
Article 12 - Your right to say what you think should happen and be listened to.
Article 13 - Your right to have information.
Article 14 - Your right to follow your own religion.
Article 15 - Your right to meet with friends and join groups and clubs.
Article 17 - Your right to honest information from newspaper and television that you can understand.
Article 28 - Your right to learn and go to school.
Article 29 - Your right to be the best we can be.
Article 30 - Your right to use your own language.
Article 31 - Your right to relax and play.
Article 42 - The government must let children and families know about children's rights.
Unfortunately not the ones with chocolate chips.
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