At Meldreth Primary School, we believe that the success of a pupil’s education is dependent upon an effective working relationship between the child, their parents/carers and the school. Each needs the support and encouragement of the other two.
The school will:
- Provide your child with a high standard of education, implemented by rigorous national guidelines, within a balanced curriculum.
- Ensure that our learning environment is stimulating and challenging.
- Celebrate your child’s academic and personal achievements.
- Provide the scaffolding needed to enable your child to achieve their full potential.
- Care for your child’s safety and well-being by observation and listening.
- In order to help my child gain the most of their education, make sure my child arrives at school by 8:40am prepared to start their lessons. They will be wearing named school uniform or other suitable clothing and that their PE kit is kept in school.
- Let the school know of any concerns or worries that may be affecting my child’s learning, behaviour or ability to do homework, as this can then be resolved quickly.
- Attend meetings with my child’s teacher and other staff, aiming to be positive and productive, working towards moving my child on in their learning.
- Support and work with you to ensure that the behaviour management policies of the school are maintained, particularly with my child.
- Encourage a positive attitude towards my child’s education and our school. If I have any concerns, I will discuss them with you face to face in order to find the best solution for your child and their wellbeing.
- Read all information sent home as this gives me important details of relevant policies, meetings, workshops, activities, newsletters and open days.
- Accept responsibility for the things that I do.
- Be responsible for my school and home work.
- Ask for help if I need it and try my best in all that I do.
- Be kind and speak politely to everyone in and out of school.
- Take good care of the building, equipment and school grounds.
- Behave in a safe way.
- Be helpful.
- Tell a member of staff if I am worried or unhappy.