EARA – Equalities and Rights Advocates

blankWhat is EARA?

EARA stands for Equalities and Rights Advocates. This means that we want to;

  • help raise awareness and protect children’s rights.
  • make sure children’s voices are heard
  • promote equality in and around our school
  • ensure children’s rights are embeded within our curriclum projects.

 

 

 

Our EARA team have identified these rights to focus on for our Autumn 1 projects:

  • Year 1 Sensational senses – You have the right to a good enough standard of living. This means you should have food, clothes and a place to live.
  • Year 2 Beauty on my doorstep – Everyone has a right to life- plants are fundamental to human survival.
  • Year 3 Stone Age – You have the right to a good enough standard of living. This means you should have food, clothes and a place to live.
  • Year 4 Raiders of the lost cities – You have the right to protection against discrimination. This means that nobody can treat you badly because of your colour, sex or religion, if you speak another language, have a disability, or are rich or poor.
  • Year 5 Space – Every child has the right to accurate information.
  • Year 6 Brazil – Everyone has the right to a safe home.