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Rights Respecting Schools

Heolgerrig Community School aims to be a school where children’s rights are at the heart of our ethos and culture, to improve well-being and to develop every child’s talents and abilities to their full potential.

Unicef is the world’s leading organisation working for children and young people and their rights. In 1989, governments across the world agreed that all children have the same rights by adopting the UN Convention on the Rights of the Child (UNCRC). These rights are based on what a child needs to survive, grow, participate and fulfil their potential.

This convention sets out 42 rights that children across the world should have. It is our aim, as a school, that children know about these rights and have these rights met, whilst respecting and valuing them. The rights are known as articles.


What's it all about?

Convention of the Rights of the Child


Convention on the Rights of the Child_ The Children's version.pdf

Sally Holland is the Children's Commissioner for Wales.

https://www.childcomwales.org.uk/

The School asked you for your say on what Articles from the United Nations Convention for the Rights of the Child you felt should be added to our school charter. Thank you for your votes. Here are the 10 you chose.


10 Rights chosen by you

Bronze Award

The Rights Respecting Schools criteria recently changed, which meant we had to reapply for our award. I am delighted to announce that we have been successful in gaining the Bronze Award.

Rights Respecting Schools Award - a welcome for primary schools


Rights Respecting Schools

An introduction for our pupils

What does it mean to be a Rights Respecting School?


Talking about pupil's rights


Right of the Month

March- Article 7Name and Nationality


Children must be registered when they are born and given a name which is officially recognized by the government. Children must have a nationality (belong to a country). Whenever possible, children should know their parents and be looked after by them.