10Jun
2018
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SOCCER AID FOR UNICEF

On Friday we took part in Soccer Aid for UNICEF. This involved us raising money for UNICEF, designing our own football assault course, and taking part in the football game. Our winning designers were: Reception – Asher (Crocodiles) Year 1 – Liam (Penguins) Max (Parrots) Year 2 – Tehzeeb (Dolphins) Every pound raised through donations […]

25May
2018
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UNICEF SOCCER AID PLAYGROUND CHALLENGE

This half term we are asking the children to complete a homework challenge – to design an obstacle course involving a football. The winning obstacle courses will be completed by their year group. Designs could include ladders, hoops, nets, cones – anything we can lay our hands on really! Children will then be asked to […]

06May
2018
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What is a rights respecting school?

1.5 MILLION CHILDREN IN THE UK GO TO A RIGHTS RESPECTING SCHOOL There are three stages to the Rights Respecting Schools Award. Its transformative and rigorous approach means the journey to the highest stage can take up to four years. Together young people and the school community learn about children’s rights, putting them into practice every day.  The […]

09Feb
2018
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Safer Internet Day

Every child has the right to be safe. Article 3 (best interests of the child) The best interests of the child must be a top priority in all decisions and actions that affect children. Article 17 (access to information from the media) Every child has the right to reliable information from a variety of sources, […]

08Oct
2017
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Protecting children’s rights

This week we are starting to discuss Rights with the children as we create our own classroom charters. So, why do we have Children’s Rights? Human rights apply to all age groups; children have the same general human rights as adults. In 1989, however, world leaders decided that children needed a special convention just for them because people under 18 years old often need special […]

06Jul
2017
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The Grand Opening

This week school council had the prestigious task of opening the new playground structure. The school council said thank you to the workers who had spent so much time and effort making our playground a lovely place to be. Each member of the school council then released a balloon in order to mark the opening. […]

17May
2017
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Day for Change

Last week Owls collected the most loose change for our Day for Change challenge. I wonder who will win this week? Don’t forget, this year the money we raise will be matched £ for £ by The Power of Nutrition, a charitable foundation- meaning the impact of our fundraising  will be even greater. Day for […]

07May
2017
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Day for Change

On Friday 26th May our school will be supporting Unicef UK’s Day for Change and we very much hope that you will join us in supporting this worthwhile, fun and educational event. It is a great opportunity for our pupils to learn about and raise money for children in other parts of the world. The […]

29Apr
2017
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TOY SALE SUCCESS!

Unicef Article 31 ‘All Children have the right to play’   Our Oasis group of children have had a great time collecting toys to sell, and on Friday they organised a Toy Sale which proved very popular with all children. We raised over £100 for UNICEF. Well done gang! 24th May is a Day for […]

25Mar
2017
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Red Nose Day

Part of our commitment to being a Rights Respecting School is raising money for local and international charities. Red Nose Day presents an excellent opportunity for us to do this, have some fun and raise awareness of many local, national and worldwide issues. http://www.rednoseday.com/the-difference-you-make  

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