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NAIS Dublin receives UNICEF Bronze accreditation for the Rights Respecting Schools Award (RRSA)

This week Nord Anglia International School Dublin received the Bronze accreditation for the Rights Respecting Schools Award (RRSA) from UNICEF. This award recognizes NAIS Dublin’s commitment to create a safe and inspiring place for children to learn, where they are respected and their talents are nurtured and able to thrive.

UNICEF Bronze Award

The UNICEF Rights Respecting Schools Award embeds children's rights in the daily life of the school and empowers children to grow into responsible active global citizens. NAIS Dublin is the first Nord Anglia Educationschool to gain this award and one of the first schools in Ireland. Part of the accreditation process was to create an action plan to achieve the Silver RRSA and based on the feedback from UNICEF the school stand in a good position to achieve this by the end of the academic year.