The RRS Council had a very exciting week. They were invited to give a presentation to the Head Teachers Conference about what it means to be a Rights Respecting School. All eleven members of the Council worked hard to explain what UNICEF is, what children’s rights are and how important it is for children to become the change-makers in this world.
Easton explained that, since 1946 when UNICEF was founded in the aftermath of World War II, they have worked to ensure that children around the world reach their full potential, and by being a RRS Gold school we can all play our part in helping to achieve this.
Teachers were then given a quick quiz and passed with flying colours! Feedback from those attending the conference was very positive and we look forward to helping other schools achieve RRSA status in the near future.