Bronze: Rights Committed FAQs
You can find our frequently asked questions below. If you have any further questions, take a look at our downloadable Bronze Checklist, or email the Central Team at email@example.com.
How long does it take to achieve Bronze: Rights Committed?
We encourage schools to take up to six months to achieve Bronze: Rights Committed.
Are there resources to help me?
Yes, there are resources and guidance to help you achieve Bronze: Rights Committed in the working towards and applying for Bronze section. We have developed pages on how to inform your whole school community, how to introduce the CRC and how to get your pupil-led Steering Group in place.
We have also developed a range of teaching resources to help you in your RRSA work. Schools find our Primary and Secondary Starter Packs particularly useful at this stage.
Is there an accreditation visit for Bronze: Rights Committed?
No, there is no accreditation visit by Unicef UK for Bronze: Rights Committed. You just need to email several documents to your Professional Adviser (see working towards and applying for Bronze), who will then look at them and evaluate whether you have taken the necessary steps to be awarded Bronze.
How can I contact my Unicef UK Professional Adviser?
Contact details for your Professional Adviser can be found in the email you received from us confirming your registration, or on our contact page.