UNICEF Rights Respecting School
All Saints’ is a UNICEF Rights Respecting School
In September 2022, All Saints’ began its journey to become a UNICEF Rights Respecting School.
Our school uses the UN Convention on the Rights of the Child throughout school life, ensuring that children’s rights are respected in our culture and practice, notably through our ‘Ready, Respectful, Safe’ behaviour policy.
Mr Street and his team of UNICEF Ambassadors play an integral part in communicating the UNCRC in every day school life here at All Saints’, communicating this is acts of worship each term and supporting fundraising achievements, more of which you can read below.
Back in November, to coincide with World Children’s Day, we looked at how climate change is affecting the rights of children around the world.
Our UNICEF Ambassadors made a Good Luck card to highlight how it affects the rights of children on each continent.
It was sent to the UK Minister for Energy Security & Net Zero ahead of COP 28, the UN’s Climate Change Conference, in Dubai.
Soccer Aid 2023
Last summer, All Saints’ children raised £637.13 for Soccer Aid, which supports children around the world with funds to build better health and education facilities.
Each class was tasked with designing a football obstacle course before every child showcased their ball skills by completing it!
Mission for Morocco
Domenik and Aayan in Year 6 heard about the devastating earthquake in Morocco and wanted to do something to help.
They organised a bake sale in September which was incredibly well supported and raised £1188.51 to support UNICEF’s vital work providing immediate, life-saving supplies and lasting support to families to help them rebuild their lives.
Pounds for Pandas
Muhammad in Year 6 alerted All Saints’ children to the number of pandas left in the world and how they could help save their number for future generations. He decided to hold a bake sale, set up with the help of his friends, which raised over £200.