A large part of our Children's Rights in Action work this year has centered around building a partnership with Middleton Primary School. Through Skype calls, emails and a PowerPoint exchange, we have learnt new ways to develop our rights work.
Each class develops their own charter, this enables the children to have ownership over the way their rights are met. Throughout the year our class work focuses on children around the world, we look at how their rights are being met and identify where more needs to be done to meet the needs of these children and give them their rights.
Unfortunately not the ones with chocolate chips.
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