Home School Agreement


We encourage your child to be a successful learner by being:

  • Resilient- knowing how to work through problems and difficulties
  • Resourceful – able to learn in a variety of different ways using resources effectively
  • Reflective – planning, thinking and drawing on their experiences as a learner
    and
  • by demonstrating Reciprocity – being able to learn alone or with other people

Homeschool

 

‘Aiming High’ An education taking SHAPE

 

Safe

  • To provide a welcoming and friendly school where children are happy, safe and secure.
  • To ensure all children are supported, guided and cared for well.

Healthy

  • To help children grow in self-confidence and self-esteem.
  • To encourage healthy lifestyle choices and a positive attitude.

Achieve

  • To set high expectations and achieve high standards.
  • To celebrate success and reward progress and achievement

Positive

  • To expect high standards of behaviour, courtesy and politeness.
  • To be responsible citizens contributing to school and the wider community.

Enjoy

  • To provide an interesting, exciting and imaginative curriculum that supports and challenges all learners.
  • To encourage all children and families to participate fully in the opportunities offered.

 

The school will ……

 

  • Care for your child’s safety and happiness
  • Encourage children to become confident, independent learners to achieve their full potential in school.
  • Encourage children to take care of their surroundings and other people in school.
  • Provide a balanced and stimulating curriculum to meet the needs of your child.
  • Encourage children to do their best at all times to achieve high standards of work and behaviour.
  • Keep parents and carers informed about school activities through regular newsletters, information and notices about special events.
  • Arrange termly consultation sessions to discuss children’s progress.
  • Be welcoming to parents and carers and offer opportunities to become involved in school life.
  • Let parents and carers know of any concerns or problems that affect their child’s work or behaviour.

 

Parents/Carers will …….

 

  • Ensure that my child attends school regularly, on time and is properly equipped for all lessons and activities.
  • Ensure that my child is wearing the correct uniform.
  • Inform the school of any absence on the first day.
  • Support the school’s policies and guidelines for behaviour by adhering to the Parent Code of Conduct Policy, reinforcing good behaviour and respect for others.
  • Attend parents evenings to discuss my child’s progress.
  • Support my child in completing homework and other opportunities for home learning.
  • Let the school know about any concerns or problems that might affect my child’s work or behaviour.
  • Keep the school informed about where I can be contacted in an emergency.

 

The child will ……

 

  • Bring all the equipment I need every day.
  • Be kind, polite and helpful to others.
  • Take care of school equipment and the school building.
  • Follow our school rules.
  • Tell an adult if I have a problem or I am worried.
  • Try my best at all times.