Kinnoull Primary School

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Well done to everyone at Kinnoull Primary School for our silver award Rights Respecting Schools and we are well on the way to achieving gold! A fantastic effort from children and staff and very well deserved.

 

 

Rights Respecting School

By Konstantina and Maisie

 

UNCRC - The United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child

 

Everyone under 18 has these rights.

Everyone has these rights no matter what.

You have the right to privacy.

You have the right to a good quality education.

You have the right to rest and play.

Why is the Convention important?

It helps people respect other peoples rights.

All classes have the Convention displayed and we use it for our class and school charters  and when we are discussing rights.

Charters

The class charters have sentences on how staff and pupils should behave.

We make these up with our teacher.

We then sign or use our fingerprint to say we agree to follow these behaviours.

They also have the rights that are most important to us at school. The behaviours are  linked to this to show how we can respect everyone's rights.

Scottish Air Ambulance: Helimed79 Campaign

Thank you to everyone who helped us collect over 4000 crisp packets to be recycled. the money from the recycling will help towards the cost of a new helicopter for the SCCA. This helicopter will help to save people's lives.

Article 39 You have the right to help if you have been hurt.

Article 24 You have the right to the best health care possible.

Our Playground

This year we will be working alongside the Pupil Council, Eco and Health group to make sure our new, improved playground has spaces for play and rest  and is a safe and fun place to be.

Article 31 You have the right to rest and play.

World Down Syndrome Day March 21 2020

Kinnoull Primary will be promoting WDSD by coming to school wearing odd socks. As this is a Saturday the school will be participating on Friday 20 March.

Article 23 You have the right to special education and care if you have a disability, as well as all the rights in the Convention, so that you can live a full life.