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Worlds Children's Day - Students Takes Over at TBS

Children have their rights denied every single day

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 We want to build a world where every child is in school and learning, safe from harm and able to fulfill their potential, and we know you do too. It's time to put children back on the agenda.
 

On Tuesday TBS students took over for the day. In primary, there was a sea of students wearing blue, and primary students took over Mrs Alderton's and Mrs Prabhu's office. Whilst in the office they discussed the importance of the UNICEF global goals. On Friday, the Primary Student Council lead a discussion about student voice at TBS, and how we can all make positive improvements to our school.

In Secondary the Student Leadership team were shadowing Senior Leadership Team in their offices all morning. There was also musicians busking between lessons and at break and lunch. Student Council also interviewed students between classes and each student should were been given a copy of the rights.

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