Home School Agreement

Agreement for Pupils


To help me do well at school, I will do my best to: 

  1. Work hard and listen carefully to instructions.
  2. Talk at home about what I learn at school
  3. Ask the teacher or someone at home if I find my work hard.
  4. Read my books to someone at home, or as I get older talk about the books I am reading.
  5. Do all my homework to the best of my ability. Make sure that it looks wonderful and that I am proud of it.
  6. Not to miss school and to be on time.
  7. Wear my school uniform with pride.
  8. Keep the school rules, behave well, be polite and helpful to all adults and other pupils.
  9. If I am unhappy, I will tell someone.


 Agreement for Parents/Carers

To help my child do well at school, I will do my best to:

  1. Make sure that my child attends school regularly, arrives in school on time and is collected on time.
  2. Encourage my child to work hard and do their homework to the best of their ability.
  3. I will hear my child read.
  4. I will see that my child wears the correct school uniform and shoes.
  5. Contact the school as soon as possible by phone if my child is absent.
  6. Work with the school to try and make sure that my child behaves well.
  7. In form the school of any concern I or my child may have.
  8. Attend Open evenings
  9. Reply to any school correspondence.



 Agreement for School

The school, we will do our best to:

  1. Encourage the children to do their best at all times.
  2. Expect the best from children in behaviour and work.
  3. Inform parents/ carers how their children are doing.
  4. Take reasonable steps to ensure the safety, happiness and self-confidence of all children.
  5. Be open and welcoming, offering parents the opportunities to become involved in the life of the school.
  6. Set, mark and monitor homework in line with the school’s policy.
  7. Contact parents as soon as possible if we are concerned about your child’s work or behaviour.
  8. Contact parents if there is a persistent problem concerning your child’s attendance or punctuality.
  9. Offer a broad and balanced curriculum which meets the needs of the children.
  10. Celebrate your child’s achievements through the school’s merit book, certificates and messages homes.