School – Home Partnership Agreement

Each year the school, pupils and parents are expected to sign a School – Home Partnership Agreement in order to agree to adhere to the school’s expected responsibilities and behaviours as outlined below:

The School agrees to:

  • care for each pupil’s safety and happiness.
  • value each pupil as an individual.
  • provide a broad, balanced curriculum and meet the individual needs of each pupil.
  • develop children’s independence through giving increasing responsibility for learning, behaviour and belongings.
  • achieve highest possible standards of work and behaviour through building good relationships.
  • make the children’s education meaningful and enjoyable.
  • keep parents and carers informed about general school matters and pupil progress.
  • be open, welcoming and courteous and offer opportunities for parents and carers to become involved in the daily life of the school.
  • promote and role model the school values of: friendship, trust, forgiveness, peace and thankfulness every day and allow these to underpin everything the school stands for.

The Pupil agrees to:

  • come to school every day and on time.
  • bring everything I need every day.
  • wear my school uniform to be smart and show belonging.
  • do all my work as well as I can.
  • be polite, helpful and kind.
  • let my teacher know if I have any worries.
  • look after my belongings and respect those of other people.
  • look after my school and its equipment.
  • take home all letters to my parents or carers.
  • show that I know and care about the school values of: friendship, trust, forgiveness, peace and thankfulness every day and allow these to underpin everything the school stands for.
  • support the school’s approach to e-safety and will not upload or add any pictures, videos or text that could upset, offend or threaten the safety of any member of the school community.

Parent/Carers agree to: 

  • ensure that my child goes to school regularly, on time, properly equipped and ready to benefit from the day’s learning opportunities.
  • notify school promptly of the reason for any absence.
  • inform the school of any concerns or problems that might affect my child’s work or behaviour.
  • support the school’s vision.
  • Our vision is to provide an environment which will enable your child, as a special individual, to achieve his or her potential as a whole person, developing and maturing in every way while also following the Christian concept of caring and respect for the individual, the family and the wider world.
  • support the school’s policies including the anti-bullying, positive behaviour and healthy eating policies.
  • support my child in homework and other opportunities for home learning.
  • attend parents’ evenings and discussions about my child’s progress.
  • demonstrate courtesy and respect for others in the school community and behave appropriately on the playground.
  • promote and role model the school values of: friendship, trust, forgiveness, peace and thankfulness every day and allow these to underpin everything the school stands for.
  • read all information sent home from school.
  • support the school’s approach to e-safety and will not upload or add any pictures, videos or text that could upset, offend or threaten the safety of any member of the school community.