Home-School Agreement

At St Chad’s, we believe that children achieve better when school and home work closely together. We value strong home-school partnerships and we encourage parents to be actively involved in every aspect of their child’s school life. We welcome your support, value your involvement and we are always pleased to see you in school: together, we can achieve more.

School Agreement

As a school, we will:

  • Provide your child with a safe, happy and stimulating environment underpinned by the Christian faith
  • Know and treat your child as an individual
  • Encourage your child to adopt a healthy lifestyle
  • Encourage respect for all faiths and cultures within a Christian ethos
  • Deliver a balanced, stimulating and carefully planned curriculum which meets with the needs of your child an the   requirements of the National Curriculum
  • Promote high standards of work and implement our ‘Golden Behaviour’ policy in a fair and consistent manner
  • Contact you as soon as possible if we have worries about your child’s work or behaviour
  • Contact you if we are concerned about your child’s attendance or punctuality
  • Keep you fully informed about your child’s progress
  • Welcome you into the life of the school and keep you informed on the work that is planned for your child
  • Provide a range of in school and after school activities designed to enrich your child’s experience
  • Encourage your child to follow the school’s code, LOVE


Parent/Carer Agreement

As a parent/carer, I will:

  • Ensure my child arrives in school on time
  • Ensure my child is collected promptly at the end of the day
  • Ensure my child attends regularly and inform the school of any absence
  • Ensure my child wears the correct school uniform
  • Support the school’s ‘Golden Behaviour’ policy
  • Encourage my child to follow the school’s code, LOVE
  • Attend parent’s evenings and any other meetings requested by the school
  • Ensure my child reads three times a week and provide opportunities for them to complete their homework
  • Read all communications sent out by school to keep up to date with information
  • Support the school by encouraging my child to develop a positive attitude towards our diverse and multi-cultural community
  • Conduct myself appropriately at all times whilst on the school premises and communicate appropriately with all members of the school community
  • Let the school know of any concerns or worries that may be affecting my child’s learning or behaviour
Pupil Agreement

I will:

  • Come to school every day and arrive on time
  • Be a good friend by caring for others
  • Always try my best
  • Wear my school uniform everyday
  • Bring my book bag everyday
  • Read three times a week at home and complete my homework
  • Follow the school’s ‘Golden Behaviour’ policy
  • Follow the school’s code, LOVE
  • Tell a member of staff if I am worried about anything