As staff, we promise to:
- Give students opportunities to voice their opinions
- Plan for outstanding progress
- Provide opportunities for leadership whenever possible
- Take account of learning needs when supporting education
- Keep our learning space clean, safe and vibrant.
- Ensure students are respectful of others
- Trust students to make the right decisions
Our staff members have chosen their favourite right from the Convention and have them displayed on their doors. This means that all students are able to visualise which right is favoured by the staff and provides a great talking point.
Each tutor group has also chosen the right that they think is the most important to them and the one they value the most from the Convention. Here is a selection of chosen rights and why the students value them.
|I think this is important because you get to socialise and meet new people, while you are getting a bit of a break. It means we do not have to work non-stop and we can meet people from all different backgrounds through these activities.
Ella Rose Clark, 7RR
|I think having the right to an education is the most important right because having an education is crucial for setting up the rest of your life because it can get you a job. But it’s not just that, because education also helps your mental health and well-being, so I feel it is a very important right.
Dan Bulbeck, 8RD
|We believe that this right is the most important because when everyone is equal, all the other rights will happen. You can get everyone’s view across and make everyone feel valued and welcomed. Equality matters.
9JW RRSA team