The aim of our school is to include everyone, staff, pupils, parents, governors and the wider community in providing a caring, stimulating environment which enables everyone to feel valued and achieve their full potential.
This goal will only be achieved if
~ there is a shared commitment by pupils and the school
~ a high quality education is provided as the right of every child
~ effective learning is achieved by positive discipline
We ask you to share with us a commitment to a quality experience for you child.
The School will provide:
~ A safe, well ordered, caring environment where learning can take place.
~ A place were each pupil is valued as an individual.
~ A range of opportunities and challenges to enable pupils to achieve their full
~ Regular information about progress and performance.
~ Opportunities to express views on wider school issues.
~ Work of a suitable standard for each child to that they can engage with the work
and be challenged by it.
~ Opportunities for parents to discuss their child's progress, conduct and
achievements and to provide an annual written report.
Pupil and Parent Expectations of the School
The School’s Expectations of Pupils and Parents
~ Regular and punctual attendance.
~ Notify school on the first day of absence.
~ Holidays in term time to be authorised by school.
~ Encourage effort and achievement.
~ Encourage completion of homework and return it to school.
~ Support the school Code of Conduct and guidance necessary to ensure smooth
running of the school.
~ Participate in discussions concerning progress and attainment.
~ Ensure correct school uniform is worn.
Code for Classroom Behaviour
~ Listen carefully to all instructions given by the teacher.
~ Ask for further help if you do not understand.
~ Raise your hand before speaking.
~ Participate fully in all lessons.
~ Treat others, their work and equipment with respect.
~ Talk to others without shouting, using language which is neither abusive nor offensive.
~ Hand in homework properly completed and on time.
~ Wear correct uniform.
Out of Class Conduct
~ Pupils should always act in ways, which bring credit to the school.
~ Pupils should behave in an appropriate manner at lunch times.
~ Pupils should not bring valuable items in to school as school cannot be