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"Article 24 - Everyone has the right to health, water, food and clean environment"

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Pupil Voice Year 6

Helena - "I genuinely enjoyed every part when we started working on the creation process.  It wasn't just about putting ideas on paper; it was about bringing our class together and sharing our thoughts and aspirations.  This process has brought a tangible benefit to our class.  There's a noticeable shift in the atmosphere – it's more positive, and we now have a sense of camaraderie.  I can feel the difference when I walk into the classroom; it's simply a nicer, more welcoming place.  We're not just classmates anymore; we're a team working towards a common goal of making our class the best it can be."

Andriya - "Before we had our class charter, things were a bit chaotic and sometimes we didn't quite know how to treat each other.  But now, with the charter in place, we have a clear guide to follow.  It helps us understand and respect each other's rights.  There's a sense of clarity and direction that wasn't there before.  Everyone knows what is expected of them and how their actions affect others.  This mutual understanding has made our class a more respectful and harmonious environment.  It's not just about following rules; it's about understanding why those rules are important and how they help us create a better space for everyone."

Leighton - "Having Article 23 chosen for our class is something that means a lot to me.  It gives me a sense of pride and happiness.  This article emphasises the importance of listening to others and respecting their views, which is something I strongly believe in.  Since its implementation, I've noticed a significant change in how we interact with each other.  There's more attention, more understanding, and more respect.  People are actually listening to what others have to say, not just hearing them.  This change has created a more inclusive and supportive environment in our class, and it makes me feel really good to be a part of it."

Hollie - "From the moment we started working on the class charter, I had this belief that it was going to bring fairness to our class.  And truly, it has done just that.  It's not just about making rules; it's about creating a level playing field where everyone is treated equally.  The charter has given every one of us a voice, ensuring that everyone is heard and considered.  This sense of equality has been a game changer for our class dynamics.  It fosters a sense of belonging and respect among us.  By making our class a fairer place, it's also contributed to making the entire school a better environment.  It's amazing to see how a single initiative can bring about such positive changes in our little community."

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