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Diary Dates 

 

SEPTEMBER

5th - Term Starts

22nd - New Starters Celebration Assembly

28th - Settling In Evening (drop-in 4pm - 6pm)

 

OCTOBER

3rd - Year 3/4 Swimming

5th - Reception Parents Phonics Workshop 5pm

17th - Y1/2 Trip

18th - KS2 Trip

20th - Harvest Festival 2.30pm

23rd-27th Half Term

30th - School Re-opens

 

DECEMBER

18th - Christmas Parties

19th/20th - Nativity 6pm Leake Church

 21st - Children's Christmas Dinner

22nd - Leake Church 1pm

22nd - School Finishes 2pm

 

 

  

 

Home-School Agreement

Vision Statement

We are determined to create an inclusive culture of learning where all children will be challenged in their thinking, achieve to the best of their abilities and strive to become life-long learners.

We will empower our children to become respected citizens to enable them to make valuable contributions locally, globally and to contribute to our world’s sustainable future.

This can be done most effectively when all staff, parents and children understand their responsibilities and work together towards the same goals, as detailed in our home/school agreement.

The school will:

The Learning Environment

Our school will:

  • Provide your child with a high standard of education, implemented by rigorous national guidelines, within a balanced curriculum.
  • Ensure that our learning environment is stimulating and challenging.
  • Celebrate your child’s academic and personal achievements.
  • Provide the scaffolding needed to enable your child to achieve their full potential.
  • Care for your child’s safety and well-being by observation and listening to them.

A Healthy, Happy Community

Our school will:

  • Teach your child to develop a positive attitude to others, regardless of gender, race, culture, belief, values, age and need.
  • Encourage your child to become an active member of our community and help them to see that they can have an impact on the world around them.
  • Regularly meet with you to communicate the progress of your child, celebrating their strengths and explaining how we can support and scaffold them in their areas for development.
  • Provide information to you about our school, including relevant policies, meetings, workshops, activities, big Ideas, information evenings, and celebration assemblies, newsletters.
  • Be very happy to welcome you if you would like to contribute to our school’s broader curriculum. We recognize that the community holds a wealth of talent, experience, diversity and enthusiasm that our school could benefit richly from.  

Homework

The school will:

  • Set relevant homework to extend the curriculum and provide the opportunity for independent learning. Clear information will be provided so that you will be able to help your child if required.
  • Provide information and helpful training sessions for you that will give you confidence to support your child.

The parents/carers will:

The Learning Environment

I as a Parent/Carer will:

  • Make sure that my child will arrive at school by 8.55 am, in order to start learning at 9.00am.
  • Make sure that my child is wearing named school uniform and that their PE kit is brought into school at the beginning of each week.
  • Endeavour to provide a safe, secure and happy environment at home for my child, acknowledging that they learn at home.

A Healthy, Happy Community

 I as a Parent/Carer will:

  • Let the school know of any concerns or worries that may be affecting my child’s learning, behavior or ability to do homework, as this can then be resolved quickly.
  • Support the school by encouraging my child to develop a positive attitude towards our community.
  • Attend meetings with my child’s teacher and other staff, aiming to be positive and productive, working towards moving my child on in their learning.
  • Support and work with you to ensure that the behaviour management policies of the school are maintained, particularly with my child.
  • Encourage a positive attitude towards my child’s education and our school. If I have any concerns, I will come and discuss them with you as it is much healthier to work out solutions and move on.
  • Read all information sent home as this gives me important details of relevant policies, meetings, workshops, activities, newsletters and open days.
  • Support the school and Friends when fundraising and organising activities for the benefit of a variety of causes and also our school.
  • Speak to staff politely and with respect.  Understand that staff cannot always solve problems immediately but that they will endeavor to address issues as quickly as possible. 

Homework

You as Parent/Carers will:

  • Please support the school by making sure that homework tasks including reading are completed and returned on time... A child who hasn’t completed their homework is often an unhappy, worried one!
  • Please use your talents and experiences to enhance your child’s learning at home – Your child will benefit greatly from what you can show them, discuss with them and teach them.

Signed: ……………………………………………… (Parent/carer)

 

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