It’s Good to be Me Rosettes

Elise in P7A had the brilliant idea of finding more ways to celebrate children in school for all the things that make them who they are   Elise really enjoyed when the school took part in ‘It’s Good to be Me’ Day and wanted to include more of this attitude day to day at school and celebrate all […]

School Tour Film Making

What do you do when Covid restrictions stop new children and their families visiting the school? At St Johns the Primary 7s took on the challenge to create a tour of the school ONLINE! They have created this fantastic video tour that can be seen here on the school website:   https://dignityinschool.childrensparliament.org.uk/wp-content/uploads/2021/12/StJohnsIntroTourVideo.mp4https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=shYx_o7eWBc

Special Delivery from Aberdeen

The Primary 6s at St Johns worked with Jo to design some ‘Dignity in School’ Logos. You can see some of them all across our site 😀   They designed their logos on postcards so they could be shared with the children at Stoneywood (the other School taking part in the project – from Aberdeen). On the back the […]

Happiness Party

To celebrate World Childrens Day and Children’s parliament’s Birthday (which just so happen to be on the same week!) We had a day of party games at St Johns.   The Primary 1s and Primary 3s played classic party games like musical bumps and of course we used the Children parliament birthday playlist to do all our dancing! […]

It’s the latest card game sweeping the school – Children’s Rights Heros!

Spider man has his webs   Wonder woman has her lasso of truth  BUT what makes a Children’s Rights Hero?   That’s what P6 were investigating with Frances and Jo in our playing card making workshop  We decided a Children’s Rights Hero might have…   A joke machine   A sword of rights  A cape of kindness   A […]

Worry Butterflies

  In our self-assement questionnaire children at St Johns told us that sometimes they are worried at school. Children have told us that when child feels sad, stressed and angry it is really important for them to speak to someone they trust. This could be a friend, a parent or a teacher/ PSA. By not sharing a worry, this can […]

Lights, camera – human dignity! 📣🎬📸

Today we had some special guests in our workshop – the team from BBC Bitesize   This morning a group of MCPs from Primary 5 at St Johns worked together to tell us about relationships between children and adults in school.   In our workshop ….   We used drama to show what ‘shouting’ looks like in school  We drew a character […]