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Home School Agreement

 

 

 

 



For more information about how you and your child can work together with the school please contact Mr A Cree, Director of Behaviour, Ethos and Attendance.

 

Sale High School is an innovative learning community.

Our aim is to provide the very best educational opportunities enabling each student to develop their talents, grow in confidence and self-esteem and fulfil their potential.

This can be done most effectively when staff, parents and children understand their responsibilities and work together towards the same goals, as detailed in our Home School Agreement.

 

Home School Agreement

As a school we will:

  • Provide a carefully planned curriculum matched to the needs of your child, along with a variety of enrichment activities

  • Keep parents and carers informed about the work planned for each term

  • Provide a supportive, secure and caring environment in which your child can achieve their potential

  • Arrange parent meetings to discuss academic progress and provide progress reports on a regular basis

  • Provide clear expectations of behaviour in our behaviour policy

  • Contact parents or carers as soon as we become concerned about a student’s progress, behaviour, uniform or equipment

  • Listen to and respond quickly to any concerns students, parents and carers may have

  • Set, mark and monitor homework on a regular basis in line with the school’s Homework Policy

  • Keep parents and carers informed about the school’s achievements and activities

  • Make sure that all students and their families are made to feel welcome in school and ensure their knowledge, expertise and opinions are valued

  • Provide parents and carers opportunities to become involved in the life of the school

Governors will:

  • Seek financial efficiency and value for money

  • Draw up and publish a full set of school policies

  • Consult with, and report to, parents and carers

  • Ensure compliance with statutory obligations including Health and Safety Regulations

  • Monitor and review all aspects of the school’s work

Teachers will:

  • Deal with disruptive behaviour appropriately, fairly and consistently

  • Set all homework using SMHW

  • Give feedback on work and tell students how to they can improve

  • Differentiate work to make lessons accessible to all

  • Be vigilant to social/mental/emotional health of students

  • Challenge students whose uniform does not meet the correct standard

As a Parent/Carer I will:

  • Make sure my child attends school every day, on time and in full and correct uniform

  • Ensure my child has all the necessary equipment and kit every day to fully participate in school life

  • Attend all parents’ evenings/meetings and participate in other school events

  • Keep contact details accurate and up to date

  • Fully support the school and its policies

  • Work with the school to make sure our child behaves well and support with any disruptive behaviour

  • Encourage my child to have a positive attitude towards school and to always do their best

  • Make every effort to support my child’s learning at home by encouraging them to complete their homework