We are proud to be a Bronze Accredited Rights Respecting School, which means our pupils learn about and enjoy all of their rights as children, respect each other and develop positive relationships with their peers and adults in the wider community. At St Ursula’s, we understand that we need to give all of our children the best start in understanding their role in society and be able to make a difference to the world. Our Eco School Councillors work together to ensure that our children’s rights are reflected in the changes in our school and that every child has the opportunity to speak their mind.
We encourage all of our children to be proud of who they are and where they come from. Each child can and will use their voice in our school to make changes for the better.
There are 42 children’s rights – we learn about them within our lessons, assemblies and themed weeks such as Refugee Week, Mental Health Week or Cultural Diversity Week.