RRSA Journey

We have been working on many projects to try and achieve our RRSA.  This journey started in 2015.  Here are some things we have done.


Wall display

This is our new wall display. The pupils on the RRS committee planned and created this display. We used materials from the old display and recycled them. This tells the next part of our RRSA story. Initially we had to get our whole team on board the RRS ship. We did many activities in school to makes sure all staff and pupils understood the RRS ethos. We made our charter and are all on-board with trying to achieve this.

The RRS ship has now set sail and we are trying to share our vision with our families and the community. So far we have had information assemblies, values workshops, we sent our Fizzy mascot home to help parents know all about UNCRC and we wrote a school show which displays the RRS attitudes and values. Many parents and people from the village came to see our show and we have video evidence of us in action. We went through the script and linked each part to the UNCRC articles.

We update the blog regularly and this blog has been looked at all over the world. We hope to make some stronger links with international schools and then we can share more of our good work with them.

This was wall display 1 We set sail on the Fisherton RRS ship. We have made our charter. We will now share our RRS ideas and learning with the community.


Please read the Fisherton Primary Rights Respecting School charter.

 Children will respect these rights by:

  • Playing nicely and treating others with respect.
  • Inviting others to play and making sure nobody is left out.
  • Trying their hardest in all that they do and not distracting others from their learning.
  • Keeping their classroom and school tidy.
  • Making sure everyone is enjoying their playtime and taking care of the playground toys.
  • Putting their hand up and making an effort to ask and answer questions.

Adults will respect these rights by:

  • Ensuring there is always adult supervision in the playground.
  • Providing opportunities to play with friends and to join a variety of groups.
  • Encouraging and challenging children and other adults to do their best.
  • Providing a safe and clean learning environment.
  • Providing time to rest and play.
  • Making sure everyone has a chance to answer questions and share ideas.

This was written in 2016 with input from pupils, staff and parents. We researched the articles within the UNCRC when we developed our school values and wrote this charter in alignment with the UNCRC and the school values. We hope all children and adults of the school and community adhere to, and agree with, this charter.



Click here to see the links to UNCRC

Our Rights Respecting Mascot Fizzy

We are pleased to introduce our Right Rights Respecting School mascot.

Please welcome Fizzy into your family for a few days and ensure that all her rights are respected and her needs are met. Help your child to jot down how and when Fizzy’s rights were respected.

We hope you enjoy this little bit of fun that will help the whole school community on our journey to becoming a Rights Respecting School.

Day for a Change

We took part in Day for Change.

We started the New Year 2016 with a new challenge! Day for Change is Unicef UK’s annual fundraising campaign for Unicef’s work to keep children safe around the world. The challenge was to collect as much loose change as you can from January to May – from around the house, down the sofa,  pockets – and anywhere else anyone could think of!

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