This is an excellent opportunity to look at how the Rights Respecting Schools Award (RRSA) can be explored with young children across Early Years Settings, the Foundation Stage and Key Stage 1. This course will help embed the RRSA ethos in each of these key stages within your school and provide support for the RRSA lead teacher.

The course will:

  • highlight key areas of the award relevant to working with young children
  • explore and provide practical ways to explore rights, and respect for rights with young children
  • share examples of how other settings and Key Stage 1 teachers have developed the Rights Respecting Schools Award with parents, staff and children
  • look at resources for developing your own work further

Course information

Who should attend?

Although the training is for Early Years or Key Stage 1 teachers, you may wish to send your RRSA lead teacher, so they can cascade the training to other staff members.

Course duration:
1 day (10.00am to 4.00pm)

Cost:
£140 per person. Find out more here. Refreshments and lunch will be provided. 

How do I book a place?

All bookings are made online via our eventsbrite system, a minimum of two weeks prior to course date. Check each course link below. Courses are limited to 30 participants - book early to avoid disappointment. Exact venue is confirmed once booking is made or closer to the time of the course.

Dates and Locations

Date

Location

Booking links

LONDON and the SOUTH EAST

10 February

Central London

http://tinyurl.com/rrsa-l-10215

18 June

Central London

http://tinyurl.com/rrsa-l-180615

8 October

Central London

http://tinyurl.com/rrsa-l-081015

SOUTH WEST OF ENGLAND

15 January

Dorset

http://tinyurl.com/rrsa-sw-150115

28 January

Taunton

http://tinyurl.com/rrsa-sw-280115

11 March

Gloucester

http://tinyurl.com/rrsa-sw-110315

WALES

For information about training sessions in Wales, please contact Sarah Hooke

directly at sarahhoo@unicef.org.uk




 
RRSA for Early Years Foundation Stage & Key Stage 1 © UNICEF UK Education / 2012
RRSA for Early Years Foundation Stage & Key Stage 1© UNICEF UK Education / 2012

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