In 2015, Southmead Primary School became a Rights Respecting School.
Being a Rights Respecting School means that we discuss issues with equality, justice and sustainability both nationally and internationally.
Each class has a Class Charter which was created together to exemplify the rights children have and how each child will respect the rights of others.
The rights, which are known as articles, are also displayed around the school. Have a look at some of the fabulous posters that the children created last year!
This year, we have also created a whole school Golden Charter.
Throughout the year we promote these rights and values through our everyday teaching, assemblies and various events.
Year 5 & 6 will be attending the Wandsworth Munga Debating challenge on Thursday 28th June. Please see attachment for useful websites based on UNCRC article 24: We all have the right to a clean environment.