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School will:


  • Provide a caring Christian environment within which all pupils will be treated with respect and in which the academic, physical, social, spiritual and moral development of each child can be nurtured.

  • Encourage a positive attitude towards learning and the opportunity to achieve through the provision of a broad and balanced curriculum, which meets the needs of all ages, gender and ability whilst encompassing the requirements of the National Curriculum.

  • Set appropriate and challenging targets and continually aim to raise the standards of individual pupils and whole school attainment.

  • Encourage children to do their best at all times.

  • Provide enjoyable and purposeful supplements to class work by setting, marking and monitoring homework.

  • Monitor your child’s progress and achievements, arrange parent’s evenings and prepare an annual report through which progress will be shared with parents.

  • Encourage children to take care of their surroundings and others around them.

  • Contact parents if there is a problem with attendance, punctuality or equipment (e.g. Swimming /PE clothes).

  • Inform parents about any concerns or problems that are affecting their child’s work or behaviour.

  • Keep parents informed about school activities and events through the website, letters, newsletters and notices about special events.

  • Deal promptly and effectively with any parental concerns.


 Parents/Family/Carers will:
  • Make sure my child attends school regularly and will notify school of any absences.

  • Make sure my child arrives on time (between 8:45 and 8:55 each day).

  • Support school standards by sending my child to school in the correct school uniform and providing any specialist clothing or equipment needed to access the National Curriculum.

  • Support the school’s policies and guidelines for behaviour and discipline.

  • Let the school know about any concerns or problems that might affect my child’s work or behaviour.

  • Support my child in homework and other opportunities for home learning.

  • Attend parent’s evenings and discussions on my child’s progress.

  • Attempt to get to know about my child’s life at school and try to attend or support special events and initiatives.

  • Ensure the safety of all children when delivering/collecting children.

  • Not arrange holidays during the academic year

  • Contact school with any queries or concerns and follow the schools complaints procedure when making a complaint about school or a member of staff.

  • Refrain from using social networking sites to make negative comments about school or school staff.


The Child will:
  • Come to school every day

  • Come to school on time

  • Bring all the equipment they need every day e.g. PE kit

  • Wear the school uniform and be tidy in appearance

  • Attempt to complete homework and return it to school on time

  • Always try their best

  • Be polite, helpful and considerate to others

  • Follow the school rules

    • Respect everyone and everything                                                      

    • Travel around the school safely

    • Everyone has a right to learn

    • Wear your school uniform with pride

  • Remember that I represent my school both at school and outside.



School:                                                                                                  Mrs A. O’Brien (Headteacher)



Parent/Guardian:_____________________________________________                           Date:__________________     



Child:____________________________________________  Class:________________     Date:___________________