United Nations ‘World Children’s Day’

Monday 20th November was the United Nations ‘World Children’s Day’ and in the Primary Phase we enjoyed a thought-provoking assembly from Miss Gonzalez.

As we end the week, we invite our community to reflect on the voices from children of the world. From climate change, education and mental health, to ending inequality, racism and discrimination, children and young people’s voice on the issues that matter to them and their generation are vital. In 2023 it’s more important than ever that the world listens to their ideas.