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Right's Respecting Mannequins

Please see individual photos of the mannequins with the Article number attached.

Please see individual photos of the mannequins with the Article number attached. 1 Nursery Article 7. The right to play.
Please see individual photos of the mannequins with the Article number attached. 2 P1 Article 6. The right to a name.
Please see individual photos of the mannequins with the Article number attached. 3 P2 Article 28. The right to education.
Please see individual photos of the mannequins with the Article number attached. 4 P3 Article 24. The right to clean water.
Please see individual photos of the mannequins with the Article number attached. 5 P4 Article 22. Refugee children.
Please see individual photos of the mannequins with the Article number attached. 6 P5 Article 14. The right to parctice Religion.
Please see individual photos of the mannequins with the Article number attached. 7 P6 Article 12. The right to a voice.
Please see individual photos of the mannequins with the Article number attached. 8 P7 Article 17. Right to access information.
Right's Respecting Mannequins

Each year band had to make a mannequin showing what their right was. There are 8 in total from Nursery through to Primary 7. They can be found on the bench in the main corridor. Again, they look very effective.

Each year band had to make a mannequin showing what their right was. There are 8 in total from Nursery through to Primary 7. They can be found on the bench in the main corridor. Again, they look very effective. 1
Right's Respecting Bunting

Every class in the nursery and main school was given a right to draw about. The children were given pieces of bunting. Their name was to be written on one side and decorated. On the other was the number of the right their class was given and drawings of what that right meant to them. The result is a display that looks very impressive.

Every class in the nursery and main school was given a right to draw about. The children were given pieces of bunting. Their name was to be written on one side and decorated. On the other was the number of the right their class was given and drawings of what that right meant to them. The result is a display that looks very impressive. 1
Right's Respecting Newsletter 2 Spring Edition
Child Friendly Convention

Mrs Barbour, Parent Representative, and Darcey Poland, pupil member of the steering group, show Miss Magee and Primary 4 the child friendly United Nation's Convention of the Child Rights. There is one for every class in the primary school and the nursery. It should be hung in the classroom.

Mrs Barbour, Parent Representative, and Darcey Poland, pupil member of the steering group, show Miss Magee and Primary 4 the child friendly United Nation's Convention of the Child Rights. There is one for every class in the primary school and the nursery. It should be hung in the classroom. 1
Right's Respecting Newsletter 1

The Steering Group look over the Rights Respecting Newsletter

The Steering Group look over the Rights Respecting Newsletter 1
The Steering Group

The Right's Respecting Group with the United Nation's Convention on the Right's of the Child. Included is lead teacher Mrs Maguire and Parent representative Mrs Barbour.

The Right's Respecting Group with the United Nation's Convention on the Right's of the Child. Included is lead teacher Mrs Maguire and Parent representative Mrs Barbour. 1

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