Did you know that you have rights?


About Your Rights

Did you know that you have rights?

You have 52 rights all together which are part of the law in this Country.

Here are some examples:

  • You have the right to go to school
  • You have the right to special care if you have a disability
  • You have the right to meet up with your friends and go to clubs
  • You have the right to play and have free time
  • You have the right to say what you think and be listened to by adults when they make decisions that affect you.
  • You have the right to the best health possible.
  • You have the right to be treated fairly and not differently because you have a disability.
  • You have the right to be protected from being hurt.

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Making friends is hard!

Friends and relationships are an important part of growing up. As you get older our relationships with people grow and we can choose the people we spend time with. There will be some people that you like more than others and some who you don’t like at all – it‘s your choice!

Friends are important part of life and develop over time. Friends are there to share good times, bad times, offer support, advice and have lots of laughs and fun with too!

How to make friends
Top Tips for Feeling Confident
Your Friends

Here we can also give advice on health and your money BUT please ask a parent or carer for advice if you are not sure about anything contained in the website.



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