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TBS turns Blue

Students across the key stages embraced World Children’s Day by choosing to wear Blue.

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This year was extra special as we celebrated the 30 year anniversary of the Convention on the Rights of the Child. It was a day whereby we could reflect on the Convention and observe just how fortunate students at TBS are.

Earlier in the week, students in KS3 enjoyed a special Assembly whereby we looked at the importance of the Convention and the threats that still face this young generation. It is hoped this has activated their thinking skills and encouraged them to be the change they want to see in the world.

We encourage parents to further discuss the Convention with their children to instill even more critical thinking amongst our youth on such a vital global concern.

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