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Rights Respecting Mascot

During the school UNICEF DAY, the children were given the opportunity to design a school Rights Respecting Mascot. Hundreds of wonderful mascots later, the Rights Respecting Steering Group were able to shortlist a number of mascots for a whole school vote. Every child in the school then voted on their favourite mascot and we are delighted to announce that the new Cheadle Catholic Rights Respecting Mascot is: FRIENDLY FRANK! 

You will be seeing a lot more of Frank around the school!

UNICEF DAY

 

On 15th September (the International Day of Democracy) Cheadle Catholic Junior School held a UNICEF DAY. The Rights Respecting steering group held an assembly explaining the UN Charter on the Rights of the Child.

 

The assembly was centred around the fantastic 'For Every Child' book. During the day, each class took part in a Rights Respecting activity in class. The children also designed a Rights Respecting mascot - the steering group will meet next week to shortlist the mascots in preparation for a whole school vote!

 

Cheadle Catholic Junior School is committed to placing the UN Convention on the Rights of the Child at the heart our ethos.

 

We are now recognised as a Bronze: Rights Committed, Unicef Rights Respecting School. 

 

We are very much looking forward to the next step in our Rights Respecting journey.

Cheadle Catholic Junior School is becoming a UNICEF Rights Respecting School. This is an award given to schools by UNICEF, a leading charity organisation for children and their rights.  It recognises the work that duty-bearers (teachers, staff and other adults) do to ensure that all children can access their rights as defined in the United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child.

 

A rights-respecting school not only teaches about children's rights but also models rights and respect in all its relationships: between teachers / adults and pupils, between adults and between pupils.

The 'Rights Respecting School Award' (RRSA) helps our children grow into thoughtful, respectful and responsible young members of the school and wider community. By learning about their rights, our children also learn about the importance of respecting the rights of others.

 

The Award is based on the key principles of equality, respect, dignity, participation and non-discrimination and putting these at the heart of our ethos and culture will enhance relationships, wellbeing and enable all children to flourish - developing their talents and abilities to their full potential. It will also raise children’s awareness of local and global issues in relation to human rights.

 

The school council will play a pivotal role in placing the UN convention for the Rights of the Child at the centre of all we do at school - they will form the Rights Respecting School 'steering group'. Have a look at the different versions of the UN convention on the Rights of the Child below.

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