Thank you for the feedback from your children's reports, here is a selection - "My child has absolutely loved her first year of school, I've been blown away by how much she has learnt over the past year and I'm so glad we chose Niton Primary School for her. Thank you to all of you." "A lovely report and great to see our child is enjoying their learning too." "Many thanks to Mrs Patching and Miss Stotesbury for all of their support." " I am extremely proud of how well my child has done this year, thank you." "We are so proud of the effort our child has put in this year, thank you to the school and teaching staff for helping him to achieve this." "We are extremely proud and grateful for the start our child has had under your care. He's enthusiastic everyday in terms of going to school and adores learning. Thank you to you all!" "We are very happy with the progress our child has made. Her confidence has grown and she has enjoyed this year so much. Thank you for the support you have given her, we very much appreciate it." "We are so proud of everything our child has achieved, thank you for your support." "Thank you to all of the teachers - especially Mrs Johnson who has encouraged, supported and believed in our child." "We are so proud of our child's report. She really enjoys school, which is lovely, and I can't thank you enough for all you have done for her." "We have seen a big improvement in writing, reading and creativity since she has been getting help at school, thank you."

2021- 22 Class names are based on inspirational people (current or historical) who link to and are an inspiration to our school values.

Please click on the class names below to find out more about these inspirational individuals and to find out what’s been going on in the class groups.

Pinocchio

Reception

Keller

Year 1

The Queen

Year 2

Tubman

Year 3

Pankhurst

Year 4

Brownlee

Year 5

Parks

Year 6

 

Rights Respecting Schools.

Rights Respecting Schools

Mrs Louise Tapper – Reception Class Teacher and Team Leader

 

 

 

What does it mean to be a Rights Respecting School?

A Rights Respecting School, is a school that embeds the United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child (UNCRC or CRC) in their practices to improve well-being and help all children to realise their potential.

What is the UNCRC?

The United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child, or UNCRC, is the basis of all of Unicef’s work. It is the most complete statement of children’s rights ever produced and is the most widely-ratified international human rights treaty in history. 

The Convention has 54 articles that cover all aspects of a child’s life and set out the civil, political, economic, social and cultural rights that all children everywhere are entitled to. It also explains how adults and governments must work together to make sure all children can enjoy all their rights.  See here for a list of all the articles. 

In 1989, governments worldwide promised all children the same rights by adopting the UN Convention on the Rights of the Child, also known as the CRC or UNCRC. The Convention changed the way children are viewed and treated – in other words, as human beings with a distinct set of rights instead of as passive objects of care and charity.

These rights describe what a child needs to survive, grow, and live up to their potential in the world. They apply equally to every child, no matter who they are or where they come from. 

What do we need to do to become a Rights Respecting School?

To become a Rights Respecting School Niton Primary School has started the Rights Respecting School Award and have been awarded a recognition of commitment (ROC). We are currently working towards the silver award.  See here for the award journey. 

The Rights Respecting School Award (RRSA) is an initiative run by UNICEF UK, which encourages schools to place the UN Convention on the Rights of the Child (CRC) at the heart of its ethos and curriculum. A Rights Respecting School not only teaches about children’s rights; it also models rights and respect in all its relationships, whether between children or between children and adults.


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