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Wednesday 15th July

Year 6 Class Charter


As you know, at the beginning of the new school year we set up our new class charters. By doing this, we aim to support a positive learning environment in our classrooms and the wider life of our school. 


This important element of our classrooms, outlines your unconditional rights as children and aims to promote responsible behaviours through respecting our own rights and those of our classmates. 


We know that you have had the opportunity to assist in the development of your classes charters in past years, so we are again aiming to develop the most effective charters to make our classrooms into the best learning environments for everyone. 






Your Job


Today, it is your job to have a careful look through the rights/articles below. Once you have read through them all, you need to choose your top 3 rights/articles for our class charter. Whilst you are reading them, you need to think why you are choosing specific rights/articles as you will need to explain your choices too. 




1. I am choosing Article -- because ...

2. I am choosing Article -- because ...

3. I am choosing Article -- because ... 


Nobody knows YOUR class better than YOU. Therefore, you need to explain your choices using detail.


You could even use Point, Evidence, Explanation (PEE) for your response to this! 


It is vitally important that everyone completes the task as this will be your pledge to our class charters in Year 6.


You need to record your choices in an email on Purple Mash and send it to Miss Wallace or Mr Grimshaw. 


Article 2 You have the right to protection against discrimination.This means that nobody can treat you badly because of your colour, religion, if you speak another language, have a disability, or are rich or poor.


Article 3 All adults should always do what is best for you.


Article 12 You have the right to an opinion and for it to be listened to and taken seriously.


Article 13 You have the right to find out things and say what you think, through making art, speaking and writing, unless it breaks the rights of others.


Article 14 You have the right to think what you like and be whatever religion you want to be, with your parents’ guidance.


Article 15 You have the right to be with friends and join or set up clubs, unless this breaks the rights of others.


Article 28 You have the right to education.


Article 29 You have the right to education which tries to develop your personality and abilities as much as possible and encourages you to respect other people’s rights and values and to respect the environment.


Article 31 You have the right to play and relax by doing things like sports, music and drama.