The School will. 4.1 In advance of the commencement of the programme, submit to Skills Active, a completed and signed MoU and ‘Student registration’ form. These must be received 10 working days in advance of the programme starting.
The School will. Provide a safe, comfortable and stimulating environment in which learning and play can flourish, within a Christian ethos. • Provide a balanced and stimulating curriculum and meet the individual needs of your child. • Value all children’s efforts and achievements. • Encourage each child to achieve their full potential as a member of the community. • Achieve high standards of behaviour through building good relationships and developing a sense of responsibility. • Inform you about general school matters and your child’s progress. • Be open and welcoming and encourage you to become involved in the life of the school. • Share targets of learning with you and your child • Communicate regularly with you regarding school events. Signed on behalf of the school: …………………………….. THE FAMILY WILL: • Ensure that my child attends school on time appropriately dressed and prepared to learn and inform school of any necessary absences. • Inform the Class Teacher of 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 consultations and meetings concerning my child. • Encourage my child to participate fully in the life of the school. • Work with the school to promote high standards of behaviour. • Support the wider school life such as PTA activities and other school events. • Follow the school communication procedures and refrain from using social networking sites to voice concerns regarding school issues. • Read all information sent home as this gives me important details of relevant policies, meetings and activities at and beyond the school.
The School will. Provide a safe and stimulating environment for your child; • Ensure that your child fulfils his/her potential as a learner and as a member of the school community; • Offer a broad and balanced curriculum to pupils of all abilities; • Encourage all pupils to take responsibility for their own actions, feel proud of their achievements and enjoy being a pupil at the school; • Keep you informed about your child’s progress and general school matters; • Insist that pupils observe the school’s behaviour and anti-bullying policies; • Set and mark regular homework, and provide suitable facilities for homework to be done at school.
The School will. Try to contact you in the event of an unexplained absence. Contact you if there is a problem with attendance, punctuality or equipment. Let you know about any concerns or problems that affect your child’s / children’s work or behaviour. Send home a detailed annual School Report, recording your child’s / children’s progress. Set and monitor home learning opportunities. Consult with you on setting a mutually agreed time and date for your child’s / children’s Annual Review. Keep you informed about School activities through regular contact eg home / school books, newsletters and notices about special events. Engage your assistance, through the Annual Review procedure, to set Educational Targets for your child and review his/her SEN Statement. Offer opportunities for you to become engaged in the learning of your child, through parent / carer afternoons, termly assemblies and other opportunities. NAME OF PUPIL ………………………………………………................................ Signed ……………………………………………… (PARENT) Date …………………………………..
The School will. 4.1 Accept responsibility at all times for the conduct, welfare and safety of students in programme.
The School will. Provide your child with a high standard of education, meeting the needs of all learners; · Provide a happy, safe, secure and stimulating learning environment; · Have high expectations of your children, challenging pupils to be the best they can be, academically, socially and in their behaviour; · Provide opportunities for children to develop positive social relationships, self- esteem and a sense of responsibility; · Be open and welcoming and offer opportunities for families to be part of our school community; · Provide useful information, both formally and informally, about your child’s progress and wellbeing, celebrating successes and supporting additional needs; · Teach your child to develop a positive attitude to all members of our society, regardless of gender, race, culture, belief, values, age and need; · Provide opportunities to enable you to best support your child, including relevant workshops, activities, newsletters and open events; · Provide home learning in line with the school expectations, which can be found here xxxx://xxx.xxxxxxxxx.xxxxxx.xxx.xx/wp-content/uploads/2022/09/Homework- Expectations-Sept-22.pdf 🞏 I confirm that I have read
The School will. treat all members of the school community in a fair and respectful manner; contact parents/carers if there is a problem with attendance, punctuality or uniform; let parents/carers know about any concerns or problems that affect their child's work, progress, or behaviour; inform parents/carers about good behaviour and achievement ; provide an annual report including assessment results; set, mark and monitor homework; arrange regular meetings during which progress will be discussed and plans for the future made; keep parents/carers informed about school activities through regular letters home, newsletters and notices about special events; inform parents annually of topics to be covered in SRE curriculum arrange parents' evenings three times a year as well as other open days to share your child’s learning. share information with CAMHS unless parents/carers have expressed a preference for this not to happen. seek advice from other agencies-including the school Speech and Language therapists, if required, to support the student. Signed. (Parent/Carer) Signed. (Pupil) Signed. (Headteacher)