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Jersey's first Rights Respecting School celebrates extension of UNCRC to Jersey
25 June 2014Grouville School celebrates being the first UNICEF UK Level 1 Rights Respecting School in Jersey as government extends the United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child (UNCRC) to the States of Jersey.
First secondary school in Scotland achieves Level 2 Rights Respecting Schools Award
St Columba’s High School in Inverclyde has become the first secondary school in Scotland to receive a Level 2 Rights Respecting Schools Award from UNICEF UK. 25 June 2014
UNICEF UK Rights Respecting School awarded prestigious award
Level 2 Rights Respecting School Croydon College is awarded the prestigious Queen’s Award for Voluntary Service.6 June 2014
BT and UNICEF UK launch internet safety partnership
BT and UNICEF UK launch a new partnership working with teachers, parents and children across UNICEF UK Rights Respecting Schools to keep children safe online.8 April 2014
RRSA school welcomes actor and UNICEF UK Supporter Michael Sheen
Welsh actor Michael Sheen visits UNICEF UK Rights Respecting School in Swansea to hear from pupils and teachers how they’ve put children’s rights at the heart of their school. 20 February 2014
Nick Clegg RRSA school visit
Deputy Prime Minister Nick Clegg visits Dore Primary School in South Sheffield to present staff and pupils with UNICEF UK’s Level 2 Rights Respecting Schools Award.5 February 2014
Young people to speak up for education at Malala Day
Less than a year after she was shot by the Taliban for her strong voice in the fight for education, Malala Yousafzai will mark her 16th birthday at Malala Day.11 July 2013
Poll: British children concerned by effects of climate change
A poll commissioned by UNICEF UK, published today, shows that children in Britain are deeply concerned about the impact of climate change, both for their own futures and for those of children in developing countries.
17 April 2013
Northern Irish Minister visits Rights Respecting School
John O’Dowd, the Education Minister in the Northern Irish Government, visited St Mary’s High School in Newry this week.7 December 2011
UNICEF young supporters quiz Chris Huhne
UNICEF UK gave 19 young people the chance to participate in a youth question time on climate change, just weeks before the Climate Summit in Durban. 9 November 2011
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