In September, we have been looking at the value of RESPONSIBILITY and thinking about all the things we are responsible for. We have talked about being responsible for looking after things, like our pets or our toys. We have also talked about owning up when we are responsible for something going wrong.
In October, we will consider the linked value of RIGHTS. We will talk about important human rights, such as the right to safety, shelter and food. We will explore the UN Convention on the Rights of a Child, Article 42, which talks about the right to education, fair treatment and the right to give your opinion.
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