Rights Respecting School
East Preston Infant School is a Rights Respecting School and we are proud to hold Gold accreditation. All pupils, staff and visitors have the right to be healthy, safe, educated, listened to and treated fairly. These principles are at the heart of our school ethos, and our policies and practices support these rights. We are committed to equal rights, mutual respect and shared responsibility.
Our Rights Respecting Film
We have produced our very own Rights Respecting video featuring staff and pupils. Follow the link by clicking here.
Our Rights Respecting Song
Please click on the links to view our letter to parents explaining about this award and East Preston Infant School's Five Rights (Key Provisions). Click here to be redirected to the... UNICEF website and to view the 54 articles in the United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child.
UNICEF Convention on the Rights of the Child
Rights Respecting School - Five Rights
A Right to be Safe
Please click on the links below for some great websites and fun games to help you stay safe.
Safety in the Home
A Right to be Healthy
Click on the links below to find some activities to help with your right to be healthy.
Nutrition for Children (Parents)
A Right to be Listened To
Children at East Preston Infant School are listened to in circle time and through The School Council.
Try to have a discussion with your child at the end of each day and really listen to what they say. For example you could ask them:
- What did you learn at school today?
- What games did you play in the playground?
- Who are your friends at school?
- What would you like to do this weekend?
- Tell me about the story you are reading.
A Right to be Educated
Do you know your targets for literacy and maths? To be redirected to these and lots of other useful information to help with your child's education please click here ... 'How to Help Your Child Learn'
The West Sussex Parent Partnership Service provides impartial advice and information to parents and carers of children who have special educational needs.
Parents that attend parents evening show support in your learning.
A Right to be Treated Fairly
Our code for a happy school is: Be Kind, Take Care, Show Respect and Do Your Best.
Click on the links below to view the behaviour code that we use in school
Do you have clear boundaries at home? For some useful parenting tips click on the following links...
We are linking up with Paddington Bear at East Preston Infant School!
Paddington is travelling around the world, visiting different countries. In each place he learns about the lives of children who live there and we receive a postcard telling us about each visit.
We then link the information he gives us to ‘the rights of a child’ and we talk about a child’s right to be happy, healthy and safe.