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Human Rights
Having an education is a human right.

Human Rights

In your KS2 Citizenship classes, you will be learning about human rights. Human Rights are fundamental freedoms. As long as you are a human being, you are entitled to these basic rights. Human rights are laws set by governments to ensure humans are treated fairly and given certain rights such as the right to life.

You might think you have certain rights when it comes to owning the latest gadget or what time you are allowed to go to bed. These are not human rights, but having food, water and an education are all fundamental freedoms or human rights.

Test how much you know about human rights including those of children.

What is a need?
Something people need to survive
Something children want for Christmas
Something you use to have fun
Something that helps you to do your homework
Can you think of any needs?
Which situation has broken someone’s right?
A young girl is not allowed to have a new dress
A little boy is sent to bed early for misbehaving
A year 6 boy is not allowed to go to the swimming baths
A country's government does not allow girls to go to school
Remember - children have a right to education
What is the name of the convention for children’s rights?
Convention on the Rights of the Child
Convention of Children’s Rights
Children Rule OK
Right to be a Child
Do you know your rights?
What is the name of an agreement between countries to share the same law?
It can also be called a treaty
Up to what age does the Children’s Rights apply?
Once you are 18 you still have human rights
Which group of children are excluded from having rights?
Naughty children
Children with blue eyes
All children have rights
Year 6 children
No one is excluded no matter where they live in the world
‘With rights comes responsibility’. What does this mean?
We have to pay for our rights
If we aren’t responsible we lose our rights
Only responsible people have rights
We have to respect the rights of others
The opposite of respect is disrespect
Which organisation set the standard for Human Rights around the world?
United Nations
English Heritage
The UN (United Nations) was established in 1945
Which is not a right?
To have food and water
To have freedom
To have an education
To have new trainers
You might want new trainers, but this isn't a need!
Which of these is NOT a need?
We could not survive without food, water and shelter. Everything else is a want


Author:  Amanda Swift

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