The documents below relate to the new, ground breaking work undertaken in a small sample of Hampshire schools on the possible connection between RRR and resilience building in children from more disadvantaged backgrounds.
Hampshire rights, respect and responsibilities (RRR) and Resilience research – Executive summary 47kb: summary of the research and the main findings.
Hampshire RRR and Resilience Research summary 43kb: more detailed five page summary of the work, including more detail and pupil quotes.
RRR in Hampshire – RRR and Resilience full report 308kb – Katherine Covell, PhD and R Brian Howe, PhD: the complete report with all sources , methodology and research tools.
The Children’s Rights Alliance for England (CRAE) has launched a taster issue of The Right Stuff – the human rights magazine by and for children and young people.
You it is available to read on: issuu.com/krishnacrae/docs/the_right_stuff_magazine
- Examples of good practice 88kb – This document is a quick summary of practice being developed in the schools that attended the last RRR conference. It lists schools that are engaged with particular aspects of RRR such as, cluster work, assemblies, curriculum, work with parents and more. If you want to know more, you can contact the schools directly.
- Sussex University research reveal positive impact of RRSA on a range of indicators 1019kb
- Basic introduction to RRR and RRSA used on courses 2mb