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07:54 AM - 16 May 2022

We pray for all our students who will be sitting public examinations. May their hard work and efforts be rewarded with the grades they deserve https://t.co/DVvfiHJEqT

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19:50 PM - 15 May 2022

Good luck to all GCSE and AS students starting their examinations this week https://t.co/kvOghbFupM

19:02 PM - 15 May 2022

Retweetd From BOLHS_Year11

The long awaited summer exam series begins tomorrow with RS GCSE at 9am. Remember to arrive at least 15 minutes before the start time at the exam venue. Good luck to all our fab Year 11’s ☺️

17:00 PM - 9 May 2022

Retweetd From School Chaplain

As the exam season approaches, the following link offers support at this important time for parents and guardians https://t.co/AziLvKp8wP

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12:01 PM - 17 Apr 2022

Retweetd From School Chaplain

In these times of uncertainty, we can especially take strength and comfort from the Good News of the Easter Story - Pasg Hapus i bawb https://t.co/u9ccWDy3yy

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14:02 PM - 15 Apr 2022

Retweetd From School Chaplain

May you have a blessed and peaceful Good Friday https://t.co/w52nex8Sac

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22:52 PM - 14 Apr 2022

Retweetd From School Chaplain

As we approach this evening in prayer, with the image of the Last Supper in our thoughts https://t.co/LnsBF0Ni6D

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10:59 AM - 14 Apr 2022

Retweetd From WJEC

✍️ Looking to get your students exam ready with FREE learning and revision resources, tips, and guidance? Find everything you need on the WJEC Student Hub: https://t.co/5cyywo6TNz | https://t.co/KDMbCjPFoj

08:09 AM - 8 Apr 2022

A reminder that we break up for the Easter holidays today at 1.05pm. We wish everyone a happy and restful Easter break and look forward to welcoming students back on Monday 25th April (Week B)

21:35 PM - 7 Apr 2022

Retweetd From Into Film Cymru

Here we shine a light on the fantastic Into Film Club at Marion Centre (Bishop of Llandaff CiW High). Read about their Into Film journey & how film has helped them create an inclusive and creative environment for students. https://t.co/D3qDiMeArl

Rights Respecting School

The United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child (UNCRC) is an international agreement setting out the rights of children. It is a list of rights that all children and young people, everywhere in the world have. These rights are based on what a child needs to survive, grow, participate, and fulfil their potential.

At The Bishop of Llandaff, we are committed to promoting these rights for all students and ensuring that they are at the heart of our ethos and culture as a Christian school. A summary of the UN Convention on the Rights of the Child can be found here.

The Bishop of Llandaff is on the journey to becoming a “Rights Respecting School”, which is an Award that recognises a school’s achievement in putting the United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child into practice within the school and beyond. To date, the school has successfully achieved Bronze: Rights Committed status. 

Working towards the RRSA provides students with the opportunity to lead change. To achieve the award students and teachers are working together to address three main areas.

  • Teaching and learning about rights - The UNCRC is made known to children, young people and adults who use this shared understanding to work for improved child well-being, school improvement, global justice and sustainable living;
  • Teaching and learning through rights - ethos and relationships. Actions and decisions affecting children are rooted, reviewed and resolved through rights. Children, young people, and adults collaborate to develop and maintain a school community based on equality, dignity, respect, non-discrimination and participation; and
  • Teaching and learning for rights - participation, empowerment, and action.  Children are empowered to enjoy and exercise their rights and to promote the rights of others locally and globally.

By becoming a “Rights Respecting School”, students will have the opportunity to learn about these rights by putting them into practice every day. A UNICEF UK Rights Respecting School models rights and respect. This impacts on students’ respect for themselves and others and contributes to high levels of engagement in learning.  

For more information about our journey to "Rights Respecting School" then contact Miss Leighfield, Assistant Head by email.