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At The Bishop Wand Church of England School we believe that the success of our students depends on a three way partnership between School, staff, students and parent/carers. We ask you to read and sign the following agreement reflecting this partnership.

This agreement reads as follows:

Parent/Carers

As a parent / carer I will:

  1. Ensure that my child attends School every day and arrives on time.
  2. Contact the School on the first day of any illness.
  3. Ensure that my child wears the full School uniform.
  4. Check that my child has the correct equipment and books each day.
  5. Ensure the completion of all homework.
  6. Check and sign the planner weekly.
  7. Attend Parents’ Consultation Evenings and discussion meetings.
  8. Notify the School promptly of any change in contact details.
  9. Encourage my child to adopt the highest standards of behaviour in School and on their journey to and from School.
  10. Support the School Behaviour Policy, including my child attending any detentions given.
     

Students

As a student I will:

  1. Wear the full School uniform correctly and be tidy in appearance.
  2. Attend School every day.
  3. Show respect to staff and other students.
  4. Respect the School environment and local community.
  5. Bring the correct equipment and books to School.
  6. Complete all homework, ensure it is entered into my student planner and that my planner is signed weekly.
  7. Work hard in all lessons and always try to do my best.
  8. Behave well and conduct myself safely.
  9. Participate fully and safely in all practical activities.
  10. Abide by the Code of Conduct and accept any consequences of not doing so.
     

The Bishop Wand School

The Bishop Wand Church of England School will:

  1. Work with you to secure a positive and happy school experience.
  2. Educate your child to his /her full potential.
  3. Encourage each student’s individual talents.
  4. Provide appropriate care and support in a safe, Christian environment
  5. Celebrate achievement in a variety of ways.
  6. Provide a stimulating environment and a balanced curriculum.
  7. Keep you regularly informed as to your child’s progress through reports, their planner and consultation meetings.
  8. Set and mark homework regularly and monitor the student planner.
  9. Keep you informed about School events and activities through the weekly Briefing, via email and School website.
  10. Communicate promptly in the event of an emergency or other cause for concern.

 

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