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Responsible
Respectful
Resilient
Optimistic
Caring
Creative

Expectations for attending the school

The school will do its best to: 

  • Model the values of the school (to be caring, respectful, responsible, optimistic, resilient and creative); 
  • Make sure your child always puts their best effort to try new learning experiences and is encouraged to do their best; 
  • Contact you as soon as possible if we are concerned about your child’s work, welfare or behaviour; 
  • Get back to you as soon as possible if you contact us; 
  • Be supportive to the needs of individual children and celebrate the wide diversity which we have in our school; 
  • Welcome parents/carers into the life of the school and keep you informed about general school matters; 
  • Let you know regularly how your child is progressing; 
  • Set your child regular homework tasks including reading, that will be acknowledged and monitored; 
  • Offer a broad and balanced curriculum that meets the needs of your child; 
  • Provide a range of extra-curricular activities designed to enrich your child’s school experience, which includes off site visits; 
  • Provide information to you on our website about our school, including relevant policies, meetings, workshops, activities and open days. 

 

As a parent/carer, we expect you to do the following: 

  • Show respect to our staff, other children and families; 
  • Be respectful to everybody within our school community regardless of age, disability, gender reassignment, marriage or civil partnership status, pregnancy or maternity, race, religion or belief, or sexual orientation; 
  • Make sure that your child attends school regularly and is on time. If there is an instance where this is not likely, you will make contact with the school as soon as possible if they are absent or late; 
  • Support your child by ensuring that they are equipped for school, for example with a book bag, PE kit and in the correct school uniform; 
  • Encourage your child to always put in their best effort and try to do all the homework tasks set; 
  • Model appropriate use of social media and the internet. Please ensure that your child does not have access to age inappropriate material and games; 
  • Listen to your child read as often as possible and record this in their Reading Record or Learning Log; 
  • Collect your child on time at the end of school, or at the end of an extra-curricular club they have participated in; 
  • Work with the school to ensure that your child behaves well and inform us if there are any problems outside of school that may affect your child’s learning or behaviour; 
  • Attend open evenings and other events that support your child’s learning (e.g. Early Learning Club); 
  • Reply to any school correspondence; 
  • Agree for your child to take part in all areas of the curriculum including off site visits; 
  • Regularly visit the school website to keep up to date with current news; 
  • Make early contact with the appropriate member of staff should you have a concern; 

 

Your child will do their best to: 

  • Represent the school values in all they do within school (be caring, respectful, responsible, optimistic, resilient and creative); 
  • Follow the school rules and take responsibility for themselves and their actions; 
  • Always apply effort and try to improve with each learning experience 
  • Read regularly; 
  • Complete all classwork and homework, listen and act carefully, try new learning knowing that they might not get it right first time and ask for help when they do not understand; 
  • Attend school every day on time and bring in the right equipment for example learning logs, reading record and book bags; 
  • Wear the correct school uniform and appropriate PE kit.
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