Priesthorpe School

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Home - School Agreement

  A copy of the current Home-School Agreement for 2014-15 can be downloaded HERE.

 

The Home - School Agreement 2014/15

 

The School will:

 

  • Provide a safe and secure environment for students and staff
  • Ensure lessons are well prepared, well taught and suited to students’ needs
  • Provide a wide variety of extra-curricular activities to enhance all students’ education
  • Regularly send home accurate, informative updates on student progress
  • Provide time for a termly meeting on ‘Meet Your Coach Day’ between the student’s academic Coach, the student and parents/carers in order to help two-way communication with regards to progress/barriers to achievement.
  • Contact home frequently to praise, commend and reward students
  • Provide annual opportunities to discuss progress with subject teachers

 

 

Signed: ……………………………….………… (Coach on behalf of Headteacher)

 

The Student will:

 

  • Abide by the expectations listed in the Priesthorpe Pathways:

 I have the right to learn

I am ready to learn

I have a ‘can-do’ attitude

 Treat everyone in the school with courtesy and respect, with particular regard to offensive language

  • Not bring the school into disrepute
  • Strive to be an independent learner, participating enthusiastically in the opportunities offered by the school
  • Focus on helping myself and everyone to learn by behaving appropriately at all times and not disrupting learning

 

Signed: ………………….....…       Print name: …………......…………        Year group: ……

 

The Parent/Carer will:

 

  • Ensure maximum attendance by my child, including avoiding taking holidays during term time
  • Send my son/daughter to school in full uniform as detailed in student planner, on time, with their planner and all other relevant equipment
  • Inform the school promptly if my child is absent, providing the reason
  • Let my son/daughter’s Coach or Year Manager know of any circumstances which may cause a problem with learning
  • Check my child’s planner, sign it weekly and support their learning by insisting all home learning is done
  • Understand that confiscated property belonging to my son/daughter (eg: mobile phones) will only be returned to me in person
  • Make arrangements, as far as possible, to attend meetings concerning my child’s progress and welfare
  • Support the Positive Behaviour Programme by reinforcing Priesthorpe’s expectations
  • Commit to attending all three ‘Meet Your Coach Day’ meetings over the academic year

 

 

Signed: .........................................................  Print name: .........................................................