On Friday it was BBC Children in Need and staff and children enjoyed dressing in yellow or in spots or wearing Pudsey clothes. We had a great time with special activities to support our learning about Children in Need and raise money for the charity day. We talked about 'Children in Need' or 'Pudsey Day' and discussed every child’s right to have their needs met explaining to the children that this meant a safe place to live, warm clothes, healthy food and water to drink for example. We talked about how not every child in the world had all these things and that the money we raised today would help supports children who are less fortunate than us, helping them to have a happier and better life.
As a Rights Respecting School we use these activities and discussions to help our children to learn about the rights of every child and understand that some children are less fortunate than others, do not have their needs met and need some help. It highlights to our children the importance of giving, helping others and being kind to other people which is a valuable part of our Personal, Social and Emotional Development (PSED) and our British Values curriculum.
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