Since 2008 when there were 250 UK schools working towards becoming rights-respecting the initiative has grown phenomenally. There are now just over 2300 schools currently working towards becoming Rights Respecting Schools.
In order to be able to provide centralised support for schools there will be a registration charge of £200 from 1 September, 2011.
The one-off registration charge will cover the central support provided to schools over the full duration of their rights-respecting journey. The registration charge allows us to support schools with services including:
- The RRSA Virtual Learning Environment (VLE) support website including digital versions of some of our print resources
- Half termly email newsletters letting you know about training and support options, teaching resources and RRSA school successes
- Central administrative email and telephone support
- A monitoring database to help us track your school’s progress and provide appropriate support interventions
As a registered charity we rely entirely on voluntary donations to fund our vital work for children and their rights. Our RRSA programme does not make a profit – it simply aims to cover our running costs.