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Pupils achieve their best when teachers and parents support each other in partnership.

 
 In partnership parents and careers can expect this school to:-
 
  • Provide a good Catholic education.
  • Provide a happy, safe, orderly, caring and spiritually aware school environment.
  • Provide a curriculum and teaching that will enable all children to achieve their best.
  • Encourage personal, spiritual and social development, respect and self-discipline.
  • Issue regular information about pupil progress and achievement and early notification of any problems.
  • Be open, welcoming and supportive of parents, carers, visitors and members of the parish and local community.
  • Provide a positive approach to discipline by encouraging responsible, age appropriate behaviour.
  • Provide information on curriculum areas so that support can be given at home.
  • Prepare children for transfer to secondary school.

In partnership, the school expects parents to:-

  • Support the school's Mission Statement.
  • Support their children in participating in the practices and teaching of the Catholic faith within the school setting.
  • Ensure children attend school regularly and on time.
  • Support our school uniform policy, as well as ensuring children bring the required equipment and books in on the appropriate days.
  • Take an active interest in progress, homework and school activities.
  • Support their child in any out of school activities their child is chosen for.
  • Attend Parents' Evenings in Autumn and Sprint term and additionally as requested.
  • Support the standards, rewards and sanctions in the school's Positive Behaviour Policy.
  • Make staff aware of any concerns or problems that affect their child's life at school by firstly contacting the class teacher.
  • Refrain from using Social Media to make comments which may bring the school or its staff into disrepute.

In partnership, the school and parents/carers expect each pupil to:-

  • Participate in the religious life of the school.
  • Work and play amicably with other children displaying good self-control.
  • Arrive promptly - playground supervision is provided from 8:40am.
  • Bring in reading books, homework and P.E. kit as required.
  • Respect the learning of others.
  • Follow the class and school rules.
  • Try their best, taking increased responsibility for their learning.
  • Show respect for the school premises and its resources.
  • Deliver communications between home and school.

 

 

 

 

 

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