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Euston Street Primary School, Belfast


Huge congratulations to everyone involved in the Euston Street Primary School community. 


Not only are we making progress in championing and demonstrating the rights of children everywhere but we have now been officially recognised by UNICEF as a SILVER Rights Aware school. 

This is as a result of curriculum, policy and cultural changes we have made to ensure that ESPS is always ensuring that our pupil's rights are protected and embedded in the children of our school. 


Many thanks to everyone on staff, parent and pupils for all of their hard work in developing and promoting the rights of children the world over. 


You can read the full UNICEF inspection report for ESPS at the following link. 


UNICEF Rights Respecting School

Euston Street is a Rights Aware school, this means that we are actively working toward promoting awareness and protection of children's rights everywhere and always. 

This is a programme funded and regulated by UNICEF, the organisation that is responsible for the forging of the UN Convention on the Right Of the Child. 

Our dedication to the rights of the child is shining through in our curriculum, our extra curricular activities, clubs and the very walls of our corridors. 

This part of the website is dedicated to presenting news, events, pictures and information about how we are pushing rights to the front of our school's ethos and how you can help us in our mission. 


Rights Respecting News

5th Nov 2021
We are a Rights Respecting School and Article 29 UNCRC tells us that education should...
14th Apr 2020
Please download the Safer Schools App to be able to access very useful support...
28th Feb 2020
Huge congratulations to Miss Webster's Year 5 class this week for winning our KS2...
28th Feb 2020
Huge congratulations to Mrs McKeown's Year 3 class this week for achieving our Rights...
27th Jan 2020
Well done to Mrs Toye's Year 6 class for winning the Rights Respecting class of the...

RRSA Right of the Month

Each month in school, in order to continue developing and highlighting the importance of children's rights, we choose an area of the RSAA charter to focus on. 

This month we are focusing on every child's right to be safe and secure online. 

This is a great opportunity to engage in conversation with your children about what we are doing in school to help keep our pupils safe online and discuss what could also be done in the home to further ensure all of our children are always safe, secure and sensible online. 



Article 19 - We have the right to be safe and not harmed.