COMMENTS FROM ANOTHER PARTICIPANT
"I just wanted to express my thanks for an incredible morning. The children were incredibly articulate and passionate about their Rights.They clearly have an outstanding idea of what they are and how they can influence them. The young man who showed me around the school was so enthusiastic about the school and all he has achieved there.
Can you please pass on my thanks to the children and all the staff involved, it was an inspirational morning".
Mrs Jane Trott – Chilton Community School, Stowmarket
Our new RRSA Governor, Cllr Trenchard, met with the RRSA team on 16th October to investigate ways which she could facilitate Whitehouse RRSA journey to Gold. Collaborative work with the Junior Road Safey officers and the Eco-committee were discussed. Cllr Trenchard also forwarded valuable contact details to the Eco-leads which were capitalised upon to raise pupils' awareness of waste in a November assembly..
EYFS Global Citizenship Day Display
KS1 Water Display
The day was planned around 4 uplifting books narrating the story of 3 real-life characters who are now helping their community by running a particular charity:
→ KS1 - The Water Princess
access to water – Georgie Badiel Foundation raising funds for water pumps.
→ LKS2 - Ada’s violin
→ UKS2 – The Boy Who Harnessed The Wind
Moving Windmills charity which aims at “inspiring a generation of creative problem