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Tyndale Primary School

Home School Agreement

When schools and parents/carers listen to each other and work in partnership, research has shown that this has a monumental impact on a child's attainment and their overall well-being. This is why it is so important that we at Tyndale, work in partnership with you, from your child's first days with us, right through to when they leave.

Therefore, from September 2023, and each year thereafter, it is a requirement that all parents/carers confirm that they will adhere to the home school agreement detailed below. 

As always, we appreciate your support and partnership to allow us to give your child the best chance of success. 

Please read the agreement below, before completing the form:

Tyndale Primary School Home School Agreement - 2023/2024

As a school - We will:

  •  Support your child’s wellbeing and safety by providing a safe, supportive and inclusive environment
  • Help and encourage your child to reach their full potential 
  • Monitor and communicate with parents and carers regularly on your child’s progress
  • Provide a broad and balanced curriculum that caters for all children, including when delivered remotely
  • Promote high standards of behaviour, so we can maintain a safe environment for all children
  • Offer your child opportunities to develop a sense of responsibility, form healthy social relationships and build their self-esteem
  • Set homework that supports the delivery of the curriculum and mark it where appropriate
  • Offer opportunities for parents and carers to get involved in school life
  • Communicate between home and school through notices, newsletters, text, email and the school website
  • Respond to communications from parents in a timely manner, following school policies
  • Encourage good attendance and address any concerns with parents or carers where necessary

Parents/Carers - I will:

  • Make sure my child attends school regularly and on time. I will notify the school if my child will be absent
  • Make sure my child is dressed in the correct uniform and brings their PE kit to school where necessary
  • Support the school to make sure my child maintains a consistently high standard of behaviour
  • Encourage my child to try their best so they can reach their full potential 
  • Communicate to the school any concerns that I have about my child that may affect their behaviour in school or ability to learn
  • Make sure communication with the school is respectful, and that I make every reasonable effort to address my communications to the appropriate member of staff
  • Understand that I should communicate with staff during core school hours, and although they may at times respond outside of those hours, I can’t always expect that
  • Make sure that my child completes their homework on time, and raise any issues that my child has with their teachers 
  • Read and follow the school’s and GLT’s policies 
  • Treat all members of the school community with care and respect 
  • Engage in parent meetings and work together with the school in order to achieve the best outcomes for my child
  • Read all communications sent home by the school and respond where necessary 

Pupils - I will do my best to:

(Please read this to your child and ensure that they understand this before you complete the agreement)

  • Arrive at school on time and ready to learn
  • Try my best to do my work and ask for help if I need it
  • Wear the correct school uniform and bring my PE kit to school when I need it
  • Bring all the equipment I need each day
  • Be friendly and caring towards other children and adults
  • Listen to instructions from the adults at school and follow the school rules
  • Do my homework and bring it back to school on time
  • Look after the school equipment and be respectful of the school environment