SUMMER FAYRE - Friday 8th July 10.00am to 12.30pm - we can't wait to see all of children and families there!

Interactive Bar

Google Services


School Updates

Google Translate

Home Page

Unicef Rights Respecting School

UNICEF Rights Respect School Award

Silver Award Holders

In July 2018 Greet was recognised as a being a Rights Aware school by UNICEF. Our Silver Award acknowledges that our school community is fully aware of the articles enshrined in the United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child (UN CRC) and that these articles are reflected in the school's ethos, practice and envirnoment.

Quotes from Greet's July 2018 Silver Accreditation Report


'The senior leadership team are totally committed to a rights respecting ethos and believe that it has had a positive impact on the school community.' 

UNICEF RRSA Greet Accreditation Report, July 2018


'Children at the school have a very good knowledge and awareness of the Convention. They are able to recite particular articles and are clear that they unconditional and universal. Children demonstrate and awareness of where and why some children may not be able to access their rights.'

UNICEF RRSA Greet Accreditation Report, July 2018


'Student leadership is a strength in the school and pupils are able to voice their opinions and make decisions. Through Curriculum Studies pupils are encouraged to have more collaboration and pupil led approaches. The School Council has organised voting, for instance when they selected charities to support, to increase pupil participation. Through rights respecting, members of the student council have taken part in debates and delivered speeches at the Birmingham City Council.'

UNICEF RRSA Greet Accreditation Report, July 2018

Changes since partaking in the award:


  • Our class and phase assemblies now relate to the articles in the CRC
  • The displays in our hall now show articles from the CRC
  • Each class has developed its own class charter based on the CRC
  • We held a Rights Day in December 2017
  • We held a Sparkhill Circle Big Debate in December 2017, which allowed pupils from 6 local schools to debate the motion "is it right to give foreign aid?"
  • The school has a 'right of the week' which is mentioned at staff briefings
  • Each weekly parent newsletter has an article related to the 'right of the week
  • £1000 was raised for the charity selected by our pupils in 2016/2017, Birmingham Children's Hospital
  • Already this academic year (2017/2018) the school has raised just over £1100 for the charities chosen by the pupils. £400 was donated to Cancer Research UK and £700 has been raised for Smile Train.

Example of assembly plan with references to the UN CRC

Examples of parent newsletter with 'Right of the Week Article'

Example of Steering Party Minutes


Bottom Information

Safeguarding Information

At Greet safeguarding of pupils is at the forefront of everything we do. Check out our safeguarding page for the latest information and advice.

Read More