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Home School Agreement

The Inspire Federation Home – School Agreement

The Governors, Parents, Staff and the children of The Inspire Federation believe that:

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School should be a happy place
Home and School are a working partnership with the child at the centre of the relationship.
Home and School should enjoy a relationship based on mutual support, trust and respect.
We all need to feel valued:
Teachers as professionals
Parents as partners

Each child as contributing something special to the school community


1. The Parents / Carers I/We will:
• Support the schools’ overall aims and objectives and its agreed policies for both academic work and
behaviour
• Ensure that our child attends school every day and arrives on time.
• Notify the school if my child is absent.
• Let the school know if there are any special circumstances that might affect our child’s work,
behaviour or attendance.
• Attend parents’ evening and discussions about my child’s progress.
• Support the school’s homework policy by encouraging and supporting learning outside school hours.
• Ensure my child wears school uniform and brings PE kit to school when necessary
• Ensure that my child is only sent to school on those days when s/he is physically fit.
• To work with the school in supporting my child’s particular needs.

2. The School
As a school we will:
• Provide a caring, safe and disciplined learning environment, which is sympathetic to the school’s
Christian ethos. (Walsgrave CE Primary)
• Value each child as an individual and set appropriate targets for future learning.
• Encourage all children to do their best within a challenging but supportive environment.
• Provide an interesting and relevant curriculum to develop and sustain a lifelong love of learning.
• Contact you if any problems arise with a child’s attendance, punctuality, attitude and behaviour.
• Keep you informed about the teaching planned for the term through curriculum updates.
• Keep you fully informed of school activities through regular newsletters.
• Plan regular meetings with parents to discuss their child’s progress and be available for additional
appointments as and when they are necessary.
• Provide homework in line with the school’s homework policy.
• Provide you with a detailed annual written report on your child’s progress.
• Deal with all matters brought to our attention promptly.
• Provide a clear indication of what homework is expected. Homework given will be in line with the
school’s homework policy.

3. The Children
• Make sure I bring all the equipment I need for the day including my PE kit on PE days.
• Wear my school uniform
• Do my best in all my classwork or work to be done at home.
• Listen carefully.
• Follow directions.
• Work quietly. Do not disturb others who are working.
• Respect others. Be kind with your words and actions.
• Respect school and personal property.
• Work and play safely.

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