Throughout school this week, we have been thinking about the experiences of refugees, with a particular focus on ensuring their rights are upheld. In Year 5, we focused on the specific work of UNICEF, and how this work upholds the rights of refugee children around the world. We started the week by holding a 'Rights Auction' to consider what it must be like for some countries where particular rights are not upheld. We then moved onto researching the work of UNICEF which culminated in using the 'I Can Animate' app on the iPads to create a whiteboard stop-motion animation which spreads the message of the great work that UNICEF do for the corridor display. We were also very fortunate to be visited by an Asylum Seeker who shared his experiences - this really emphasised the importance the work of organisations like UNICEF. Year 5 worked very maturely, passionately and thoughtfully this week when discussing these issues - well done, Year 5!