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Home School Agreement

All schools have to have in place a Home/School Agreement policy.

This is a statement explaining the school's aims and values; the school's responsibilities towards its pupils; the responsibilities of the pupil's parents; and what the school expects of its pupils.

The agreement is not a legally binding document it is simply an integral part of a whole school approach to partnership with our parents.

1. The Parents/Guardians

I/We shall try to:

  • Listen to my child and their teachers.
  • See that my child goes to school regularly, on time and properly equipped.
  • Provide an explanation for my child's absence from school.
  • Let the school know about any concerns or problems that might affect my child's work or behaviour.
  • Support the school behaviour policy.
  • Support my child if homework is given.
  • Attend parents' evening and discussions about my child's progress.
  • Take an interest in my child's life at school.
  • Support the community.

2. The School will strive to:

  • Listen to pupils and parents.
  • Develop a caring environment which is safe and well ordered.
  • Contact parents if there is a problem with attendance, behaviour, punctuality or equipment.
  • Make homework available where appropriate to pupils' individual needs.
  • Send home annual reports, end of Key Stage Assessments, termly curriculum forecasts and individual targets.
  • Arrange Parents' Evenings during which progress will be discussed.
  • Keep parents informed about school activities through newssheets and notices about special events.
  • Support the schools Eco code.
  • Support the community.

3. The Pupil

I shall try to:

  • Follow the Schools Eco code.
  • Bring all the equipment I need every day.
  • Follow the school behaviour plan.
  • Do all of my classwork and homework as well as I can.
  • Listen to my parents and teachers.
  • Support the community.

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