Rights Respecting School Council
At St Benedict’s we have a 'Rights Respecting School Council' which consists of members from each year group. These pupils meet regularly to discuss how we embed rights and responsibilities into our everyday life and how our school can help support children in other countries that do not have access to all of the children’s rights.
Our Vision, Values and Aims
'Every child should have the right and the means to fulfil their dreams'
At St. Benedict's Primary School we aim to develop children into:
who love learning, make progress and achieve.
who are able to communicate effectively and live safe, healthy and fulfilling lives.
Responsible and Rights Respecting Citizens
who are open minded, self and socially aware, who have pride in their history and heritage and respect for that of others.
Article 15 - You have the right to choose your own friends and join or set up groups, as long as it isn't harmful to others.
At St Benedict's we have a number of after school clubs and activities.
The clubs we currently have are:
- Reading Club
- Football Club
- Maths Club
- Gardening Club
- Dance Club
- Computer Club
Keeping Yourself Safe
Article 39 - You have the right to help if you've been hurt, neglected or badly treated.
It is important that you always know who you can speak to if you don't feel safe. In school you can speak to any adult and they will do all they can to help you.
You can also use this link: https://childline.org.uk/
|who are able to communicate effectively and live safe, healthy and fulfilling lives.
|who are open minded, self and socially aware, who have pride in their history and heritage and respect for that of others.