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Home School Agreement

Wymondley JMI School

Home School Agreement

 

We the adults responsible for children at home and at school, want Wymondley JMI School to provide a safe, supportive and stimulating learning environment in which each child is treated as an individual and the needs of all are considered. We will encourage children to work hard, to behave appropriately and to take pride and pleasure in their own and others’ achievements. We look forward to working together on a basis of mutual respect to help our children become confident and enthusiastic learners.

 

Enjoyment and Achievement

The school will;

  • Inspire, in all pupils, a love of learning and the desire to continue to learn.
  • Provide a rich variety of learning experiences to ensure that all learners enjoy
    and achieve at school.
  • Equip all pupils with the tools and self-confidence necessary to constructively
    influence their own lives.
  • Keep parents informed of their child’s progress.
  • Meet the needs of individual children.

I will;

  • Read with my child at home.
  • Support and encourage my child to complete their homework.
  • Support my child’s learning at school by attending parents’ meetings.
  • Encourage and support my child in achieving the best they can.
  • I will support the school in inspiring a love of learning in my child.

 

Learning to make a positive contribution

The school will;

  • Give children opportunities to make positive contributions within school and beyond the school, for example through peer mentoring, ‘buddies’, school council, entertaining others with drama and music performances, representing the school in a sport, opportunities to take part in fundraising activities and caring for plants in the school grounds.
  • Help children to form positive relationships.
  • Help children to work effectively with others.

Parents/carers will;

  • Encourage their child to appreciate and respect the views and beliefs of others.
  • Make an effort to get involved with PTA meetings and events as well as family/community events at the school.
  • Support and encourage their child in making positive contributions within school.
  • Support their child in forming positive relationships with the people around them.

 

Preparing children for future success and working life

The school will;

  • Develop the skills that employers need such as English, Maths, creativity, leadership, teamwork, problem solving and the ability to work independently with an enterprising spirit.
  • Encourage learners to take on responsibilities within school, for example school council, leadership roles in school, fundraising opportunities, showing visitors around the school, gardening and litter collection.

Parents/carers will;

  • Ensure that their child’s attendance and punctuality is good.
  • Encourage and support their child to engage in wider responsibilities and opportunities in the school.
  • Support their child in developing the skills necessary for future success.
  • Encourage their child to persevere and work hard to achieve their goals.

 

Being Healthy

The school will;

  • Create an environment that encourages children to make healthy choices.
  • Provide high-quality physical activities and help children to see physical activity as part of a lifelong healthy lifestyle.
  • Teach children about diet and healthy living, sensible food choices, regular physical activity, developing drug awareness and learning about sexual health.
  • Take care of children’s social and mental wellbeing, giving children opportunities to express personal concerns and emotions.

Parents/carers will;

  • Provide their child with healthy food options.
  • Provide their child with lots of opportunities to be physically active.
  • Ensure that their child gets plenty of sleep and rest.
  • Take care of their child’s emotional wellbeing by regularly discussing their experiences at school.

 

Staying Safe

The school will;

  • Take measures to ensure that all learners are able to enjoy and achieve safely.
  • Help children to learn how to be safe in their life beyond the school gates, preparing them to understand risk, make sound choices, speak up for themselves and cope in real-life situations.
  • Help children to make responsible decisions, voice their opinions and resist unhelpful peer pressure.

Parents/carers will;

  • Keep their child safe.
  • Ensure the school has an up to date emergency contact number.
  • Ensure that their child is collected on time at the end of the school day.
  • Support the school in teaching their child to stay safe in their life beyond the
    school gates.
  • Support their child in using the computer and internet safely.

 

 

 

Home School Agreement June 2018

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