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RRSA Membership

All the support you need to become Rights Respecting

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The Rights Respecting Schools Award is a membership programme with an annual subscription charge.

The subscription is determined by pupil numbers and reduces after schools have achieved full rights respecting recognition, at Gold. In some nations, territories and LAs, the costs to schools may be covered – please see below.

Membership provides all the support that schools need to succeed in becoming Rights Respecting, including: Online training and workshops, e-Learning, resources and guidance materials, support from your Professional Adviser, accreditation visits and access to our annual conference. You can learn more about what membership includes and what are our charges are here and read more about the impact of being a rights respecting school here. If your school is not yet registered for the Rights Respecting Schools Award, and you wish to join, you can register here

If your school is a state funded primary or secondary school in Scotland or any school in Jersey, Guernsey, Manchester, Cardiff or Cornwall – please tick the relevant box on the registration form and your subscription for the coming year will be covered.

If you have any questions, please get in touch with [email protected]. 

If your school registered for RRSA prior to 2022 and has not yet paid an annual subscription you can set up a direct debit using:

  • this form if your schools has already achieved Gold: Rights Respecting


  • this form if you’re at registration, Bronze or Silver

If you are unable to pay by direct debit please email [email protected]

If you’re a school already registered for the RRSA in Scotland (state funded primary or secondary schools only),  London, Jersey, Guernsey, Manchester Cardiff,  or Cornwall  – no action is needed, please access training and continue to make progress with the programme utilising the other membership benefits as needed.  For advice please contact your local Professional Adviser. You can find their details here.

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