Throughout the summer term, there will be explicit opportunities across the curriculum for students to exercise their rights, once again raising the profile of Tanbridge’s Rights, Respecting School Award work.
Each week, staff across the school will be integrating specific children’s rights into their lessons with the aim of highlighting the importance and relevance of these to all students across all subjects.
|1st June - 5th June||Right to an opinion||Article 12|
|8th June - 15th June||Freedom of Association||Article 15|
|15th June - 19th June||Right to Health Care||Article 24|
|22nd June - 26th June||Freedom of Expression||Article 13|
|29th June - 3rd July||Right to access books||Article 17|
|6th July - 10th July||Right to understand their rights||Article 42|
Mr Baker, RRSA Co-ordinator, said: “As with the earlier RRR week in March, this is a brilliant opportunity to raise awareness of children’s rights here at Tanbridge House School. Again, the students in the RRR group have been working really hard behind the scenes to prepare resources for staff and create posters to promote this to the wider student body and have done a brilliant job of raising the profile of this valuable work.”Week 1 - Right to an opinion (Article 12) Week 2 - Freedom of association (Article 15) Week 3 - Right to Health Care (Article 24) Week 4 - Freedom of expression (Article 13) Week 5 - Right to access books (Article 17) Week 6 - Right to know and understand your rights (Article 42)