Make it Right
Our Secondary students planed their project in October during Enrichment time. They investigated Rights and discussed what Rights they wished their project to focus on. Eventually they developed the idea of a project that would impact two areas: the Right to Health Care and the Right to Play. Their ambitious idea is to design, raise sufficient funds for and eventually install a therapeutic play room in Kramare Children’s Hospital!
We are delighted to be able to announce that Kramare Children’s Hospital has agreed to partner with us on what we hope will be an amasing student-led project. Students from our whole School will be working together on multiple, linked projects over the next few months to both raise funds for this therapeutic play room and raise awareness of the importance of Children’s Rights.
Look out for our upcoming sale of the student designed greeting cards, sponsored events, Primary School Art Exhibition and more!
We are sure you will join us and support our students as they find ways to give back to their local community and work on a project which has the potential to benefit hundreds of children every year. We are very grateful to Kramare Children’s Hospital for agreeing to work with us on this exciting project.
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Our first debate of the season has finished and we await the outcome of the debate. We had four teams arguing both for and against the motion, “Technology is ruining human relationships.” It certainly stimulated a range of ideas with our primary debaters who are learning strong skills of argument and ways of putting their views forward!