Bourne Community College are proud to be a Rights Respecting School. Rights Respecting is an initiative run by UNICEF UK that puts the rights of the students at the heart of our practice. These rights have been put into a Convention, and at Bourne Community College, we ensure that we place this Convention at the centre of our planning, teaching, policies, and ethos.

Bourne Community College have been awarded the Gold Award for this initiative. This means that all staff and students understand the Convention and know how these rights affect them daily. As a school, we ensure that the Convention underpins all practice, and we take this responsibility very seriously, not only teaching about the convention, but by also modelling rights, responsibilities and respect in all our relationships. Alongside this, all curriculum areas provide high quality learning opportunities for students within their subject area and we endeavour to ensure that students feel safe. Students are actively encouraged to make informed decisions about health and well-being, and we strive to ensure that students feel valued within our school and community.

 

 

 

 

 

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Bourne student's American football training.

"I started playing 6 years ago and got into American football by watching a game at Wembley. I train on the weekends, every weekend and my aim is to compete in the National Football League".
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Dear Parents & Carers

I regret that COVID and sickness are hitting our staff and as a result, I am going to have to ask that some year groups stay at home for the next few days with online learning set by my teachers.

This is the plan for next week:

Monday 24th January - Year 9/10 to be taught at home with online lessons set by teachers.
Tuesday 25th January - Year 7/8 to be taught at home with online lessons set by teachers.
Wednesday 26th January -Year 7/8 to be taught at home with online lessons set by teachers.

Work will be available on Go4Schools.