Respect Every Single Person, Every Child and Every Teacher
|Over the past year our schools has done lots of work around Respect which has contributed towards our Rights Respecting School, Bronze Award. And thanks to this work our school is such a respectful place to learn and work.
Here are some of the things that we have done which has contributed towards helping us achieve this award.
- We have created Classroom Charters, which focus on the conventions of the rights of the child.
- We have trained all staff on UNICEF values and the rights of children within our school and wider community.
- We have changed relevant school policies to ensure values of respect across the whole LSA community.
- We have created a UNICEF Gallery in the assembly Hall displaying LSA student art work.
- We have raised over £1500 for UNICEF to help children in the developing world.
- We have created a new policy based on RESPECT. This is now incorporated into every child's personal planner.
- We have led Rights Respecting School assemblies over a two week period to introduce our intended journey.
- We have designed a RESPECT display to welcome visitors at the entrance to LSA.
- We have created public performances in years 9 and 10 based on children living with situations of domestic violence.
- We have created poetry for a competition based on Freedom and the rights of every child.
Lytham St Annes High School is committed to creating a community that is based on the principles of:
We aim to:
- Create opportunities to empower us to become more active as citizens and learners
- Improved self esteem and feelings of being listened to
- Increased levels of respect for each other
- Greater understanding and respect for other cultures and beliefs that are different to their own
- Create a wider and deeper understanding of the world in which our students live
As citizens of our school community, student and staff are expected to keep a code of RESPECT which our students have put together below.