Home and School Agreement

Do I know where the Home School Agreement is ? 
 
The Home School Agreement is published at the front of your child's Leaning Log. It is an agreement which clearly states what types of behaviours are expected form your teachers, the pupils and their parents. It helps to remind all stakeholders of their roles. 
 
The School will:
  • Provide a broad, balanced , creative and personalised curriculum.
  • Value each child as an individual and encourage them to achieve their potential.
  • Encourage the children to take care of their surroundings and others around them.
  • Regularly inform parents of the children’s academic/social progress.
  • Give early warnings of any problems concerning work, behaviour or relationships.
  • Keep parents informed / involved in all aspects of school life.
 
Home will:
  • Ensure that the child attends school regularly, on time and avoid unauthorised absences. e.g. holidays in tern time.
  • Inform the school promptly if the child is unwell or unable to attend for any reason.
  • Let the school know if there are any concerns or problems that might affect a child’s work or behaviour.
  • Support the school’s policies and guidelines for behaviour.
  • Support the child in reading, homework and other opportunities for home learning.
  • Ensure that your child has all the named equipment required for all school activities e.g. PE kit.
  • Attend parent evenings and discussions about the child’s progress.
  • Get to know and where possible, participate in all aspects of school life.
 
The Child will:
  • Adhere to the School Charter and respect the rights of others without exception.
  • Complete their homework on time and practice their reading skills regularly.
  • Be responsible for their belongings and help to keep their classroom tidy.
  • Come to school dressed smartly in their school uniform.
  • Always be polite towards adults and peers at school and to respect your parents at home. Ensure that you get to school on time with everything you need for the school day.