CRC Article 28 – All children have the right to a good quality education.

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CRC Article 28 – All children have the right to be the best that they can be.
Reception children visited the Locomotion Museum to see the world famous ‘Flying Scotsman’. We had a marvellous time and we had the chance to climb aboard and listen to the train driver tell us all about how the steam engine works. We enjoyed hot chocolate and we watched, ‘The Polar Express’,  when we returned to school.

Article 29: All children have the right to an education which encourages us to respect other people’s values.

Reception children learn about different festivals and celebrations. In the Autumn Term, Reception children learned about Diwali, the Hindu festival of light. We  listened to the story of ‘Rama and Sita’, dressed up, danced to music and made Diya lamps from clay.

Article 28: Every child has the right to education. 

Article 29: Education must develop each child’s personality. 

Reception children enjoyed taking part in activities for Children in Need and Anti-Bullying Week. We learnt about what a charity does and how this helps people and families. We listened to the story of ‘Kindness is my Superhero’ by Alicia Ortego and talked about all the ways we can be kind to others. We wore our odd socks to show awareness of this cause.

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