On the 20th November it was World Children's Day. To acknowledge this important day, we were visited by a representative from Unicef. He told us all about World Children's Day and what this means for children all over the world. The pupils discussed the rights of every child and took part in a question and answer session. We all agreed that article 31 (the right to play) is a very important right, especially for children who are currently living in refugee camps. As a Rights Respecting School, we are dedicated to speaking out for children's rights.