Article 42 (knowledge of rights) Children have the right to know their rights

We have the right to enjoy learning

Article 12 (respect for the views of the child) 

Every child has the right to say what they think in all matters affecting them, and to have their views taken seriously 
Article 28 (right to education) 
Every child has the right to an education… Discipline in schools must respect children’s human dignity.  

Article 31 (leisure, play and culture) 

Every child has the right to relax, play and join in a wide range of cultural and artistic activities 


I will allow others to learn.

I will show cooperation by following instructions to the best of my ability

I will try my best


Show consideration and respect for everyone irrespective of their needs and abilities

Follow the school procedures and policies, to ensure that behaviour of individuals does not disrupt learning.

Provide a stimulating environment with good resources.

We have the right to respect

Article 6 (survival and development)  
Every child and student has the right to life, to grow up safely. 
Article 19 (protection from all forms of violence)  
Young people have the right to be protected from all forms of violence, abuse, neglect and mistreatment; 
Article 29: (goals of education) 
Education must develop every child’s and student’s personality, talents and abilities to the full. It must encourage the student’s respect for human rights, as well as respect for their parents, their own culture and others cultures and environment; 
Article 23: (children with disability) 
A child and student with a disability has the right to live a full and decent life in conditions that promote dignity, independence and an active role in the community.   


Show consideration and courtesy by respecting other people's property and the learning environment.

To report incidents of bullying, discrimination, and abuse.

To find a way to solve differences without using abusive language (swearing or threatening behaviour) or violence.


To listen, hear and act on students concerns in an appropriate and sensitive way.

To be a positive role model and encourage caring behaviour.

To educate and raise awareness around bullying, discrimination, and its consequences.