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At each stage of the Rights Respecting Schools Award (RRSA), schools working with Unicef UK need to use and complete a number of forms and guidance documents. Links to our key forms and guidance are provided below for Level 1 and Level 2

Step-by-step guidance is available on what schools need to do to become a Rights Respecting School. Find out how to get started, what to do to achieve the Recognition of Commitment (ROC), then the Level 1 and finally the Level 2, the highest level of the Rights Respecting Schools Award.

Accreditation is achieved by an external assessment process, to provide evidence that the four RRSA standards have been met. Schools collect data including feedback from pupils and teachers to show the impact of becoming an RRSA school on the lives of pupils.