Appleton Church of England Primary School Home / School Agreement

 

School:

The school will do its best to:

  • provide a high quality education within a broad and balanced curriculum
  • encourage children to have respect for themselves, their surroundings and others around them
  • expect the best from children in behaviour and work
  • take reasonable steps to ensure the safety, happiness and self confidence of all children
  • be open and welcoming at all reasonable times and offer opportunities for parents/ carers to become involved in the daily life of the school
  • inform parents/ carers regularly about their child’s progress
  • inform children, parents, carers what the teacher aims to teach the children each term
  • set, mark and monitor home tasks in keeping with the school’s policy
  • contact parents/ carers as soon as possible if we are concerned about their child’s work or behaviour
  • contact parents/ carers if there is a persistent problem concerning attendance or punctuality
  • take responsibility for Child Protection in line with the School’s policy

Pupils:

I will :

  • come to school regularly and be on time
  • work hard and listen carefully to instructions
  • follow the School Values and Class Promises
  • be polite and helpful to other children and all adults
  • wear the school uniform and follow the dress code
  • bring all the equipment I need everyday
  • do my homework and bring it back to school on time
  • read at home every night
  • take good care of the school environment

Parents:

I will:

  • make sure that my child arrives in school on time and is collected on time
  • make sure that my child attends the school regularly and inform the school of the reasons for any absence as soon as possible
  • support the school in maintaining my child’s good behaviour and discipline
  • support my child with homework and other home learning opportunities (learning spellings and times tables and listen to my child read
  • attend  parent / teacher meetings
  • support School Events in school and St Laurence
  • ensure that my child wears the school uniform and follows the school dress code
  •  let the school know if there are any problems that may affect my child’s ability to learn
  • make sure that the school has up to date emergency contact numbers and details
  • encourage my child to develop independence and take responsibility for their own actions