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Rights Respecting School.

Article 3 (Best interests of the child)

Each member of staff at Maesgwyn have the best interests of the child at heart.  When staff make decisions they think about how these decisions will affect the children. This particularly applies to budget and policies.

Article 12 (Respect for the views of the child)

The pupils at Maesgwyn are involved in many decisions about the school. Debates and ideas are developed through the School Council and Youth Forum, it through these groups that children and young people have their voice heard and where they share their opinions in a safe and non-judgemental environment.

Article 23 (Children with disabilities)

The inclusion of pupils is paramount to the effectiveness of the school. Each child, regardless of their disability, has the right to care and support so that they can live full and independent lives.

Article 28 (Right to an education)

At Maesgwyn the individual needs of the pupils are the primary concern. Pupils are able to access a wide range of subjects both academic and vocational to improve their educational opportunities.

Article 29 (Goals of education)

Every child at Maesgwyn has the opportunity to develop their personality, talents and abilities to the fullest.