Khalsa Primary School’s Home-School Agreement is a commitment towards a working partnership for success with all staff, parents and pupils of the school.
Working in Partnership for Success
The School will:
- Ensure that Child Protection is our priority
- Provide a positive and safe learning environment
- Inform parents/carers about what we aim to teach the children each term and targets set
- Seek feedback from parents/pupils about the work of the school
- Let parents know about any concerns or problems that affect their child’s learning or behaviour
- Set, mark and monitor homework on a regular basis
- Encourage and welcome all parents to help in classrooms or in general work/life of the school
- Maintain contact through information written on parents’ notice board, home/school reading books, newsletters and coffee mornings
- Provide an annual report on the child
- Celebrate with and keep parents informed of their children’s successes – personal, social, academic and spiritual
- Arrange Parents’ meetings each term to discuss children’s progress
- Keep parents informed about school policies, procedures and activities through brochures, curriculum meetings, newsletters and notices
- Be committed to raising standards of teaching and learning for all pupils
- Encourage children to respect and take care of others and the learning environment
- Be committed to guiding pupils to understand and learn about the Sikh faith.
- Support the school’s Sikh ethos and values
- Work in partnership with the school to encourage a positive learning attitude
- Make every effort to support the extra-curricular and voluntary events organised by the school
- Support the school’s policies and guide-lines for behaviour management
- Understand the importance of Child Protection and its role in school
- Promote care and consideration of others and the learning environment
- Agree not to take my child out of school for holidays, during school term time.
- See that my child goes to school regularly, on time and is properly equipped and dressed
- Let the school know about any concerns that might affect my child’s learning or behaviour
- Support my child with homework and other opportunities for home learning
- Attend parents’ meetings and discussions about my child’s progress
- Value time spent talking and listening to my child at home
- Get to know about my child’s life at School
The Pupil will:
- Follow the Sikh values
- Attend school regularly and on time
- Wear the school uniform, patka, turban or chuni(KS2) and be neat and tidy in appearance
- Bring all the equipment I need everyday
- Do all my class work and homework as best I can
- Keep the school free from litter and graffiti
- Follow the school rules
Together we will:
Value one another as partners with our children.
Listen to and support each other in our aim to provide the best education for our children.
Please note that a place awarded in the Nursery does not in any way qualify or guarantee admission in the Reception class.