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RIGHTS RESPECTING SCHOOL AWARD CHARTER / AGREEMENT EXAMPLES. Reception Credit: Trelewis Primary School (Merthyr Tydfil). All children have the right to be safe, learn and play. How can we all be safe, learn and play? We take turns and share our toys and games We listen to adults

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All children have the right to be safe, learn and play

How can we all be safe, learn and play?

We take turns and share our toys and games

We listen to adults

We try different activities

How can adults help us?

They can look after us

They can listen to us

They can give us different toys and activities

Key Stage 1Credit: Belmont Cheveley Park Primary (Durham) with RRSA Trainer Bev Noble

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Key Stage 2Credit: Belmont Cheveley Park Primary (Durham) with RRSA Trainer Bev Noble

Article 29 All children have the right to an education which develops their personality and talentsto the full

We respect this right by: Concentrating during learning sessions

Sharing equipment

Letting others work without disruption

Adults respect this right by: Preparing interesting lessons

Providing different learning strategies

Giving us feedback

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Adults

Students

Both

Follow procedures and policies, including issuing consequences only for those who have not met their responsibilities

Provide positive feedback when possible

Provide a stimulating environment with good resources, using creative and varied teaching styles

Always use correct first names and make an effort to pronounce them properly

Listen to and follow instructions

Allow the teacher to teach

Respect the classroom and school environment

Allow others to learn

Accept that there will be consequences for not meeting your responsibilities

Complete homework as requested

Try your best in all parts of school life

Listen to everyone’s opinions

Don’t intentionally intimidate, humiliate or embarrass anyone

Treat people politely and without discrimination

Turn up on time with the correct equipment

Keep the school safe for everyone

SecondaryCredit: Wallasey School, The Wirral

ARTICLES 28 & 29 OF THE CRCChildren have a right to an education. Discipline in schools should respect their human dignity. Children should be encouraged to reach the highest level of education they are capable of. Education should develop each child’s personality and talents to the full. It should encourage children to respect their parents and their own and other cultures.

This covers:Education Potential Culture Dignity Talent SEAL

Wallasey School, The Wirral (Secondary)

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SecondaryCredit: The Sweyne Park School, Essex

Wallasey School, The Wirral (Secondary)