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St Joseph's Catholic Primary School
Ysgol Gatholig Joseff Sant.

We grow together in God’s love as we pray, learn and play

Dyn ni’n tyfu gyda ‘n gilyddd mewn cariad Duw wrth i ni weddio, dysgu a chwarae

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Welcome to

St Joseph's Catholic Primary School
Ysgol Gatholig Joseff Sant.

We grow together in God’s love as we pray, learn and play

Dyn ni’n tyfu gyda ‘n gilyddd mewn cariad Duw wrth i ni weddio, dysgu a chwarae

Right of the Month

Right of the Month - June   

 

Article 31 -  You have the right to relax and play  

 

How can parents support what children are learning about rights at school?

  • Take the time to ask your child what he/she has learned recently regarding children’s rights. 
  • Discuss the ideas learned in class, and try to think of examples from your own experiences, or from the media, of rights being respected or denied. 
  • Discuss how your child or your family can promote respect for rights, or help those whose rights have been violated. 
  • Ask your child’s opinion on children’s rights.  

 

Some typical ways of using Rights Respecting language at home.

 

  • You have the right to play but you must respect the family’s right to a tidy house  and must tidy up your toys afterwards. 
  • You have the right to watch the TV but your right to be fed is more important right now and you need to turn the TV off.   

 

 

 

Right of the Month - May  

 

Article 24 -  You have the right to education 

 

How can parents support what children are learning about rights at school?

  • Take the time to ask your child what he/she has learned recently regarding children’s rights. 
  • Discuss the ideas learned in class, and try to think of examples from your own experiences, or from the media, of rights being respected or denied. 
  • Discuss how your child or your family can promote respect for rights, or help those whose rights have been violated. 
  • Ask your child’s opinion on children’s rights.  

 

Some typical ways of using Rights Respecting language at home.

 

  • You have the right to play but you must respect the family’s right to a tidy house  and must tidy up your toys afterwards. 
  • You have the right to watch the TV but your right to be fed is more important right now and you need to turn the TV off.   

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Right of the Month - April 

 

Article 24 -  You have the right to good quality health , to clean water and good quality food 

 

How can parents support what children are learning about rights at school?

  • Take the time to ask your child what he/she has learned recently regarding children’s rights. 
  • Discuss the ideas learned in class, and try to think of examples from your own experiences, or from the media, of rights being respected or denied. 
  • Discuss how your child or your family can promote respect for rights, or help those whose rights have been violated. 
  • Ask your child’s opinion on children’s rights.  

 

Some typical ways of using Rights Respecting language at home.

 

  • You have the right to play but you must respect the family’s right to a tidy house  and must tidy up your toys afterwards. 
  • You have the right to watch the TV but your right to be fed is more important right now and you need to turn the TV off.   

 

 

 

 

 

 

Right of the Month - March 

Article 7 -  You have the right to  a name and a nationality 

 

Right of the Month - February 

 

Article 29 -  You have the right to  meet with your friends and join groups and clubs 

 

How can parents support what children are learning about rights at school?

  • Take the time to ask your child what he/she has learned recently regarding children’s rights. 
  • Discuss the ideas learned in class, and try to think of examples from your own experiences, or from the media, of rights being respected or denied. 
  • Discuss how your child or your family can promote respect for rights, or help those whose rights have been violated. 
  • Ask your child’s opinion on children’s rights.  

 

Some typical ways of using Rights Respecting language at home.

 

  • You have the right to play but you must respect the family’s right to a tidy house  and must tidy up your toys afterwards. 
  • You have the right to watch the TV but your right to be fed is more important right now and you need to turn the TV off.   

 

 

Right of the Month - January

 

Article 24 -  You have the right to food and water , and to see a doctor if you are ill

 

Article 13 -You have the right to your own religion

 

Right of the Month - December

 

Article 13 -You have the right to your own religion

 

How can parents support what children are learning about rights at school?

  • Take the time to ask your child what he/she has learned recently regarding children’s rights. 
  • Discuss the ideas learned in class, and try to think of examples from your own experiences, or from the media, of rights being respected or denied. 
  • Discuss how your child or your family can promote respect for rights, or help those whose rights have been violated. 
  • Ask your child’s opinion on children’s rights.  

 

Some typical ways of using Rights Respecting language at home.

 

  • You have the right to play but you must respect the family’s right to a tidy house  and must tidy up your toys afterwards. 
  • You have the right to watch the TV but your right to be fed is more important right now and you need to turn the TV off.   

 

 

Right of the Month - November 

 

Article 19 - You have the right to be safe.

 

How can parents support what children are learning about rights at school?

  • Take the time to ask your child what he/she has learned recently regarding children’s rights. 
  • Discuss the ideas learned in class, and try to think of examples from your own experiences, or from the media, of rights being respected or denied. 
  • Discuss how your child or your family can promote respect for rights, or help those whose rights have been violated. 
  • Ask your child’s opinion on children’s rights.  

 

Some typical ways of using Rights Respecting language at home.

 

  • You have the right to play but you must respect the family’s right to a tidy house  and must tidy up your toys afterwards. 
  • You have the right to watch the TV but your right to be fed is more important right now and you need to turn the TV off.   
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