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Protecting our planet

Our children have been thinking about what we can do as global citizens to ensure that we are doing all that we can to protect our planet. Take a look at some of our work. 

Article 12- Children have a right to say what they think should happen when decisions are being made that affect them – that is, children’s voices should be heard.
Article 13- Children have the right to get and share information.
Article 29- Education should include the development of respect for the natural environment


World Refugee Day

In P4C sessions the children have also been exploring the question 'what makes a home' linking in to World Refugee Day (20th June). 

Article 7 - Children have the right to acquire a nationality and, as far as possible, the right to know and be cared for by their parents.

Article 22 - Children who are refugees have the right to special protection and help. Refugee children are entitled to all the rights in the Convention wherever they are.

Article 38 - Children in war zones should receive special protection.


Children's Rights Poetry Recital

To conclude World Poetry Month our children showcased their poems that they had written on the topic of children's rights.  Watch our fabulous performances below. Well done to Year 4 - our winning class!

  Year 1's Poetry Recital​

  Year 2's Poetry Recital

  Year 3's Poetry Recital

  Year 4's Poetry Recital

  Year 5's Poetry Recital

  Year 6's Poetry Recital


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