‘When I started at Parkhill Junior, I received a warm welcome from all members of staff and especially from the children. I was very impressed and amazed by how much the right-respecting behaviour was embedded throughout the school. I was surprised to see how well the children followed the 6Rs and how it was second nature to them. It made me realise, that I’ve definitely made a right choice to be part of this rights-respecting school and I was thirsty to discover more. Whilst learning and trying to figure out the school’s routines and ethos, everyone was friendly and they took the time and effort to go through any unanswered questions. I felt settled and a part of a team.
Now, I am delighted to lead my own team, to the same journey which I’d been on, few years ago. Excited and pleased to welcome my enthusiastic team to making a change. Together we will promote our future children to be become more resilient, responsible citizens; ready for anything that life throws at them, to build strength which impacts their future, to take risk and become reflective thinkers. Consequently, this would help them to improve on their wellbeing, their families’ and the local communities. Finally, together we will make the world a much better place.’ – Mrs De Oliveira (Rights Respecting Lead)
‘It is vital for children to understand their rights and to be able to advocate for these themselves. Being part of the team that promotes this across the school is extremely important to me.’ – Ms Ahmad
“Rights Respecting means giving each child an outstanding education, being part of the Rights respecting team at Parkhill Junior means I can be a part of making that happen.” – Ms Dunn
‘Our world has been and is going though many conflicts. We face conflicts in our daily lives of varying significance. Our pupils are constantly making choices as they live their lives, both independently and with guidance. I believe the core of a successful society is kindness and respect for others and being part of the Rights Respecting team, I value my role in promoting rights respecting behaviour in our pupils so they continue to create and enjoy their harmonious environment for learning.‘ – Ms Habib
‘It is not only about teaching children’s rights but also about creating a safe learning environment, where children feel confident to use their voice and their ideas are respected and valued.’ – Mrs Malik