Article of the week – 11.05.20
This week’s RRSA Article of the Week looks at and explores ideas about freedom of thought and religion. The Angmering School is committed to providing an inclusive environment where everyone feels welcome and has the opportunity to express their thoughts and beliefs.
If you would like to know more about this article from the United Nation Conventions on the Rights of the Child (UNCRC) have a look at the slides and explore some of the activities. If you have any questions or would like to know more about RRSA at TAS please get in touch with Mrs Sykes (email@example.com) or Miss Cox (firstname.lastname@example.org).
Article of the week – 04.05.20
Do you want to know more about the rights you have as a young person? This week’s Article of the Week pack explores ideas about identity and how your right to an identity should be respected. As a Rights Respecting School, The Angmering School values the identity of all the students in the school. These resources are shared with you as a voluntary contribution to your home learning and are not compulsory. However, if you do complete any of the activities and would like to share them, please email them to email@example.com.
Article of the Week – 27.04.20
The Angmering School is one of 5000 schools involved in the Rights Respecting Schools Award with UNICEF. Get involved in learning more about your rights, there has never before been a more important time to learn about them and know them. Please share any work you produce based on the articles from these slides and we will make sure they are showcased on our social media and shared with UNICEF via their Facebook Page. If you would rather remain anonymous, just make sure that you state this and that your name is not visible on the work you create. Click here
The Angmering School Rights Respecting Ambassadors would like to share something of interest to those students and parents who wish to engage with the UNICEF Rights Respecting Schools work. The Angmering School is committed to respecting the rights of our students at all times and these resources provide further support for children and young people to know the articles that make up the United Nations Conventions on the Rights of the Child (UNCRC); rights that all children under the age of 18 hold, should know about and should have respected. Please enjoy learning about children’s rights with your families while we stay at home to protect the NHS and help to save lives. click here
Unicef’s “Day for Change”
Well done to all our students who raised funds for Unicef’s “Day for Change”. This was a great opportunity for our students to learn about how nutritious food can change children’s lives as well as empowering students to raise vital funds, helping to make sure malnourished children can grow up healthy and strong.
We asked students in START to decide ways their tutor group could raise money for Day for Change. The Power of Nutrition, a charitable foundation, agreed to double our school’s donation so Unicef can help even more children.
Our students raised a grand total of £851 with all their activities (including a sponsored silence, name the water melon, a plant stall, guess the amount of sweets in a jar, ice cream sales, penalty shootot, bake sales, sponge a student, sponge a teacher, film night and many more!) which when doubled by the Power of Nutrition, a charitable foundation to make £1,702. This will be sent to Unicef to help even more children. Well done to everyone who took part.
Unicef said “We’ve raised an incredible £89,000 so far and counting, and it’s all thanks to schools like yours. Every single pound raised will be doubled by The Power of Nutrition, a charitable foundation, meaning the impact of your gift is even greater.”
Thanks to all your hard work and creative efforts at the end of last term, you helped UNICEF and many children suffering from malnutrition in countries like Liberia.
The Angmering School contributed £1,059 towards this fundraising event and that amount was further doubled by The Power of Nutrition.
So, a huge thank you for getting involved in Day for Change and helping children like you have access to their right to health and nutrition (Article 24).
Angmering Voices helped support Y6 students on their transition evening: