RRSA - BwD Co-production Charter

Today we held our last RRSA meeting of this school year.

We explored article 15 from the UNICEF CRC - the right to freedom of association.

We discussed clubs and activities we would like to see outside school.

Some students agreed to write a letter to the local council explains what they think should be available. We were joined by Peter - one of our parents and an ex-student Jordan.

We also discussed what activities we could do in the new school year to support Kenya. Some ideas were family fun days, car wash tombolas.

We also got ideas about what to spend our £300 on, which we received from Cathy Reilly, SEND Engagement and Co-production Lead, for participating in a discussion about having our voice heard as part of the BwD Co-production Charter for the local area on the 6th of June.

We came up with lots of ideas, from games to outdoor equipment.

Cathy had come into school to help us to tell her what we would like to see available for children and young people with SEND to be able to access within BwD.

As a group, we know it is really important too advocate for others and make sure our voices are heard, so we really enjoyed the session with her.

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