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  • Small Group Open Events October 2021

    Due to Devon being in a Covid Enhanced Response Area until 4th October, we have taken the difficult decision to change the way we conduct our open events by replacing the College Open Evening on Tuesday 21st September with a wide range of smaller and more personal events. We are very keen to meet prospective parents/carers and pupils and are delighted to be able to offer a ‘package’ of Covid-safe opportunities to help inform your choice of secondary school for September 2022.
    Small group tours – wide range of dates available
    We are offering small group tours with our Executive Headteacher Michael Johnson, Deputy Executive Headteacher Neil Payne and SENDCO Laura Mackie. After school for those who may not be able to visit in working hours and morning tours for those who wish to visit during a normal school day.  Being able to see the school ‘in action’ provides an excellent window into what we offer here at Chulmleigh College, and with the tours being led by our Senior Leadership Team in a small group environment, you will have ample opportunities to ask any questions you may have. 
    We are offering a wide range of dates for these tours, please click on the links below to book.
    After school tours:
      https://tinyurl.com/CCAfterSchoolTour2021 Morning tours: https://tinyurl.com/CCMorningTour2021
    Year 6 Taster Morning Saturday 16th October 9am-12pm We are delighted to be able to offer prospective pupils the chance to attend a Taster Morning at the College, where they will experience a range of lessons and activities. https://tinyurl.com/CCY6TasterMorning2021

     

Children's Rights and Entitlements Policy

Statement of Intent

  • We promote children's right to be strong, resilient and listened to by creating an environment in our setting that encourages children to develop a positive self- image, which includes their heritage arising from their colour and ethnicity, their languages spoken at home, their religious beliefs, cultural traditions and home background.
  • We promote children's right to be strong, resilient and listened to by encouraging children to develop a sense of autonomy and independence.
  • We promote children's right to be strong, resilient and listened to by enabling children to have the self-confidence and the vocabulary to resist inappropriate approaches.
  • We help children to establish and sustain satisfying relationships within their families, with peers, and with other adults.
  • We work with parents to build their understanding of, and commitment to, the principles of safeguarding all our children.

What it means to promote children’s rights and entitlements to be ‘strong, resilient and listened to’.

To be strong means to be:

  • Secure in their foremost attachment relationships, where they are loved and cared for by at least one person who is able to offer consistent, positive and unconditional regard and who can be relied on;
  • Safe and valued as individuals in their families and in relationships beyond the family, such as day care or school;
  • Self assured and forms a positive sense of themselves, including all aspects of the identity and heritage;
  • Included equally and belong in early years settings and in community life;
  • Confident in abilities and proud of achievements;
  • Progressing optimally in all aspects of their development and learning;
  • Part of a peer group in which to learn to negotiate, develop social skills and identify as global citizens, respecting the rights of others in a diverse world;

To be resilient means to:

  • Be sure of their self worth and dignity;
  • To be able to overcome difficulties and problems;
  • To be positive in their outlook on life;
  • To be able to cope with challenge and change;
  • Have a sense of justice towards themselves and others;
  • Develop a sense of responsibility towards themselves and others;

To be listened to means:

  • Adults who are close to children recognise their needs and right to express and communicate their thoughts feelings and ideas;
  • Adults who are close to children are able to tune in to their verbal, sign and body language in order to understand and interpret what is being expressed and communicated;
  • Adults who are close to children are able to respond appropriately and, when required, act upon their understanding of what children express and communicate;
  • Adults respect children’s rights and facilitate children’s participation and representation in imaginative and child centred ways in all aspects of core services.