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Home School Agreement

Working Together - Home and school partnership

We place great emphasis on the partnership between parents/carers and the school to develop successful learning for your children.

From their entry children are encouraged to share reading books at home.

As children move through the school children will have more activities to share at home, supporting and extending work done in class, thus developing good homework habits.

It is important for children to have time to relax and play at home and participate in after school activities. Thus homework activities are planned carefully to allow time for tasks to be completed.

Home – School Contact

Parents/carers are welcome in the school as good communication with parents and carers is important in fostering an interest in your children’s education.

We enjoy talking about your child’s progress and helping them to succeed and be happy.

The headteacher is usually available to discuss urgent matters of concern both before and after the school day without an appointment. An appointment can also be requested with the class teacher or headteacher if the matter is less urgent.

We will contact you if the need arises, for example if your child has more than a superficial injury or is feeling unwell.

 

To keep parents/carers informed about school news and events a newsletter is sent home via the eldest child regularly or by Parentmail and other letters concerning trips etc as and when the needs arise. The school website is interactive and parents are able to contact the school and individual teachers by email. Newsletters and other documents are posted on the website.