Rights Respecting Schools Award
What is the RRSA?
The letters RRSA represent 'Rights Respecting School Award'. The award is given by UNICEF to a school for recognising the 'rights' of a child. There are 3 awards, they are:
Bronze - Being Rights Committed.
Silver - Being Rights Aware.
Gold - Being Rights Respecting.
Cavendish have recently been awarded the Bronze Award and will be assessed for the Silver Award in February 2018.
Latest Cavendish RRSA News
October - October was Black History Month and Miss Frazer and Mrs. Brants each lead assemblies in kS2 on why we celebrate Black History Month. The children learnt about key figures in Black History such as Martin Luther King, Rosa Parks and Jessie Owens. We held a competition to design a poster which shows why Black History Month is so important. The steering group judged the posters and the winner was a member of 3CH.
In Autumn Term 1, all children across the school have been very busy creating class charters with their teachers. The idea of the class charter is to decide which rights are the most important to the children within the class and then to plan how they and duty-bearers (the adults) will make sure these rights are being met in school.
Here are some examples of the brilliant charters that have been produced so far!