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Oakgrove Integrated Primary & Nursery School, Limavady
P1 & P2 present 'A Wriggly Nativity' at 9.45 on Thursday 13th December. after the Board of Governors Annual General Meeting at 9.30am | SCHOOL CAROL SERVICE, Friday 14th December. All Saint's Church, Clooney.
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Rights Respecting Schools Award

The Rights Respecting Schools Award (RRSA) recognises achievement in putting the United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child (CRC) at the heart of a school's planning, policies, practice and ethos. A rights-respecting school not only teaches about children's rights but also models rights and respect in all its relationships: between teachers / adults and pupils, between adults and between pupils.

For further information click here to visit the UNICEF Website


Reaccreditation of Level 2 Rights Respecting Schools Award

Reaccreditation of Level 2 Rights Respecting Schools Award
Reaccreditation of Level 2 Rights Respecting Schools Award

Congratulations to Oakgrove IPSN who have achieved the reaccreditation of Level 2 Rights Respecting Schools Award.  Oakgrove IPSN is the first school in Northern Ireland to achieve this and also one of the first in the UK.  Thank you to all who contributed to achieving this award.   

Well done everyone!


Oakgrove's Rights Respecting School Charter

1. We have the right to have an opinion. (Article 1 & 2 UNCRC)

We have responsibility to:

  • To express our opinion in a respectful way.
  • Listen to others and respect their views.

2. We have the right to a good education. (Article 29 & 13 UNCRC)

We have the responsibility:

  • Make sure we do not prevent others from learning.
  • To work hard to gain a good education.
  • To follow the school rules.

3. We have the right to an organised, clean & safe environment. (Article 24 UNCRC)

We have the responsibility to:

  • Put equipment away.
  • Look after our own and others people’s property.
  • Respect our surrounding.
  • Put our litter in the bin.

4. We have the right to be safe & look after. (Article 36 UNCRC)

We have responsibility to:

  • Look out for others & help them if needed.
  • Respect other people and treat people how you would like to be treated yourself.
  • Behave and act sensibly in school.

5. We all have the right to be treated fairly and appropriately. (Article 3, 23 & 14 UNCRC)

We have the responsibility to:

  • Be kind and fair to others.
  • Treat people equally.

6. We all have the right to enjoy school. (Article 31 UNCRC)

We have the responsibility to:

  • Participate in school activities.
  • Use our talents in a positive way.
  • To encourage others to develop and use their talents.
  • Respect adults that are around to help us.

As well as having the UNCRC we all have the responsibility to respect our school agreement.

Awards & Achievements News

19th Sep 2018
We are delighted to be celebrating National Coding Week at Oakgrove IPSN.  Classroom Assistants have been trained...
25th Apr 2018
Primary 7 worked with the Nerve Centre on a project called 'Little Inventors'.  Watch what they got up to on the video!
17th Apr 2018
Congratulations to the P7 girls of Oakgrove IPSN for coming 3rd in their groups matches and fifth over all in the National...
18th Jan 2018
Iona in P7 is gifted and talented in the area of Art & Design! She has always loved birds and loves to draw them even...

Excellence in Integrated Education Award

The Excellence in Integrated Education Award (EIEA), awarded by the Northern Ireland Council for Integrated Education (NICIE) came about as a result of the question ‘What makes a good integrated school?’ The first two schools to be awarded the EIEA were in 2010 and since them there have been five other schools who have also achieved the award. The EIEA is an auditing tool which allows schools to look at where they are in terms of their integrated ethos and how the school is fulfilling the NICIE Statement of Principles.

Based on the results of the self-evaluation, schools may decide they are ready to apply for the award or that they need to address some gaps.

The audit tool is based upon the ‘Together Towards Improvement’ document from Education and Training Inspectorate (ETI) and linked  it to the School Development.

For further infromation click here.


Eco Schools Award

Eco-Schools is a global programme engaging millions of children across 64 different countries, making it the largest schools programme in the world.

For more than 20 years Eco-Schools has been empowering children to drive change and improve their environmental awareness through the same simple seven-step process that has been used successfully across the world.

Eco-Schools improves pupils’ skills, raises environmental awareness, improves the school environment and also creates financial savings for schools as well as a whole host of other benefits.

Click here to read more.