Glusburn Community Primary School gains international recognition

Keighley News: Glusburn Primary School’s UNICEF group, with community cohesion co-ordinator, Lynn Ashton, celebrate gaining international recognition from the United Nations body Glusburn Primary School’s UNICEF group, with community cohesion co-ordinator, Lynn Ashton, celebrate gaining international recognition from the United Nations body

Glusburn Community Primary School has gained international recognition for its efforts to respect the rights of children.

The school has been accredited with the Rights Respecting School Award Level 2 by United Nations body UNICEF.

Glusburn had earlier become the first school in North Yorkshire to achieve Level 1, and became the second to reach Level 2.

UNICEF assessors, Mick Bradley and Beverly Noble, have praised the school for its warm welcome when they visited earlier this year.

The pair said: “It was clear to the assessors during the visit that everyone places a real importance on developing and embedding a rights-respecting ethos.

“It was particularly notable the Convention on the Rights of the Child and implementation of children’s rights are at the very heart of school governance. Children are involved in many aspects of decision-making and school improvement.”

Headteacher, Richard Hunt, paid tribute to Lynn Ashton, community cohesion co-ordinator.

He said: “Lynn’s superb leadership of the staff, pupils and governors has led the school to this award.”

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