Home-School Partnership - explains how we would like the partnership to develop, including the Home-School agreement.
We strive to promote an effective partnership between home and school based on mutual understanding and trust. To this end we endeavour to be a very open school, sharing as much information as possible with you through a variety of means.
We have a Home School Partnership Agreement which we ask parents and pupils to sign when they start school.
We also ask that you keep us up to date with contact details and that you send in the image consent form and the EV4 forms which allow us to take your child off-site to undertake educational activities.
Every Friday a weekly newsletter will be sent home and posted on the website to keep you informed. Parents are invited into school for the 'Celebration Assembly' and also to termly class assemblies. Parents are also invited to the coffee mornings, hosted by our Social Learning Mentor, Emma Pennington. These are on Tuesdays and Thursdays at 9am (may be subject to change)
Termly meetings are arranged for parents to meet class teachers to review pupil progress and to exchange information which may have bearing on your child's development. They will be used as an opportunity to discuss how your child is working against national age related expectations. The staff send information leaflets to parents at the beginning of each topic, explaining what the children will be learning. This leaflet also contains the class charter which we write based on the UNICEF Convention of the Rights of the Child. In early July, parents will receive a full written report of their child's progress for the whole academic year.
Copies of all school policies are available for you to read on the school website (About Us / Key Information / Policies ) or at the school office.
If, as a parent, you feel you have a concern, you should firstly speak to your child's class teacher. Appointments can be made by contacting Mrs Fawell. If unresolved please contact either Mrs Wilkinson (Head teacher) or Mrs Lakey (Deputy Head teacher).