UNICEF Rights Respecting Award

September 2018:

We have achieved our bronze award for the Unicef Rights Respecting School award. This means that we are showing a continued commitment to learning about the UN Convention on the Rights of the Child and encouraging an atmosphere of equality, dignity, respect, non-discrimination and participation.


June 2019:

We have achieved our silver award for the Unicef Rights Respecting School award. This means that we are showing an enhanced commitment to learning about the UN Convention on the Rights of the Child and continue to promote and encourage an atmosphere of equality, dignity, respect, non-discrimination and participation throughout the school

Over the next 12 months we will continue to add to this page with events, activities and evidence of our progression towards our silver award.

June 2019:

Fire Horse Productions E-Safety Workshop - Key Stage 2

The staff and children of Key Stage 2 were visited by FireHorse Theatre Company who performed their latest e-safety themed production for our children in Key Stage 2.

This is activity linked to the following articles:

  • Article 16. Everyone has the right to privacy.
  • Article 17 Governments must help protect children from materials that could harm them.


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June 2019:

Awarded UNICEF UK Outright Award 2018

The staff and children of Lea Forest achieved the UNICEF UK Outright Award 2018.

This is activity linked to the following articles:

  • Article 12: Every child has the right to have their views taken seriously.



June 2019: ICT Week

Over the course of a week all children in every year group will be taking part in a variety of activities themed around the safe use of technology and how to prevent cyber bullying.

  • This is activity linked to the following articles:
  • Article 16. Everyone has the right to privacy.
  • Article 17 Governments must help protect children from materials that could harm them.



June 2019: African Drumming Workshop

Children from Years 3-5 took part in a day of African drumming and learnt the history of African music and Djembe drums.

  • This is activity linked to the following articles:
  • Article 29 Education must encourage respect for all cultures.




-Updated June 2019-