The children at Osmani School exercised their right to voice their opinion and express their view when they voted for their chosen candidates to represent their class as Rights Respecting Ambassadors. We held an Election Day where the children in Year 2 to Year 6 voted in democratic fashion placing their private votes into a ballot box.
Our brand new ambassadors will work to ensure every member of our school community is aware of the UNCRC articles and of children’s rights. They will attend weekly meetings where they will discuss any issues that have arisen from discussions within their class and make decisions affecting our school.
At Osmani School, we respect the views and contributions made by our ambassadors and aim to use these to make improvements to our school whenever possible. Our wonderful pupils are excellent at identifying issues that are important to them and tackling them.
At the meetings, they discuss issues which concern the children in school, such as:
- How the learning and curriculum at our school can be improved.
- How we, as a school, can contribute to the wider community.
- How we can resolve conflicts with our peers using our TAG system.
- How we can influence events and the development of the school.
- How to raise awareness of RRSA and the Global Goals in school.
Our New Rights Respecting Ambassadors (2018-19)
Y2L – Ayaan and Janan
Y2V – Yunus and Aleena
Y3O – Zeeshan and Alisha
Y3G – Sumeet and Janifa
Y4A – Akil and Khadija
Y4S – Zahir and Fahmida
Y5E – Keyaan and Zaynah
Y5J – Tahmid and Khadija
Y6A – Jarif and Priyanka
Y6T – Mouaad and Zara
To view the Level 1 July 2017 report click here.