Dignity in School
The Hub

A home for school-based human rights practice

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Children’s Parliament is working with our school partners St. Johns RC Primary School (Edinburgh) and Stoneywood Primary School (Aberdeen) to demonstrate how primary schools and early learning can take a children’s rights based approach to education.

The Hub will be home for resources, prompts and inspirational stories that will create a momentum behind our shared commitment to making rights real for our children.

‘When we join a new class our teacher asks about us and it makes me feel good’
‘When we join a new class our teacher asks about us and it makes me feel good’

P6/7 – Stoneywood, Aberdeen

We have been investigating rights in our schools through different activities!

A dignometer is a tool by which we can learn and talk about human dignity.

We have thought about how children have rights at different stages in their life

See a sneak preview! There is more to come

We made a deck of cards about defending children’s rights, we then thought about how to play them!

We have created useful resources for rights based practice, including workshops and tools!