On this page you’ll find loads of resources to help get you started on your journey towards rights-based practice.
Use the self assessment tool help you discover your strengths and areas that may need a bit more support when it comes to rights-based practice. Then start the journey with the introductory tools. These tools provide a deep dive into the UNCRC in schools.
This is a simple self-assessment tool that can be used with both adults and children in school to help you discover your strengths and areas that may need a bit more support when it comes to rights-based practice.
The tool involves two questionnaires, one for adults and one for children. It will guide you through how to carry out the questionnaires, how to analyse your results and what your next steps could be as a result.
Start with working your way through each of these resources, each one has the time taken to complete. Each one of these resources contextualises your practice from a rights based perspective.
Spilt into digestable sections, this is a resource for all adults in school. ‘What is the UNCRC’ is an overview of the UNCRC, delving into incorporation in Scotland and your role as a duty bearer.
How much do you know about children’s human rights? Challenge yourself to see if you can spot the myths!
The children have developed practical tips on what adults can do to make rights real in their professional practice.
Designed as a small gatefold booklet, the Children’s Parliament’s Wee Book of Promises communicates the UNCRC using accessible language. The booklet is used in all of Children’s Parliament’s work and Members of Children’s Parliament receive a copy when they participate in our projects and consultations.
You can use a check in to see how children are doing
This resource is a collection of some of our favourite check in activities. There are a range of ways to do this, you can pick what works best for you.