Posted on: October 9th 2018

Parent Code of Conduct

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Dear Parents/Carers,

As we enter into another academic year, I wanted to write to thank you for your continued support for our school. We are regularly overwhelmed by your generosity in providing for occasions such as Harvest and our Macmillan Coffee Morning and your attendance at school events. I also wanted to thank you for all of your support in helping your child/ren with their homework and out of school reading. We know that parental support with schoolwork is one of the biggest indicators of a child’s future academic success.

As we continue to work in partnership with you in helping your child to be the best that they can be, I wanted to share our code of conduct for you as parents. As always, if you have any questions, please do not hesitate to come and ask.

Yours sincerely,

Miss N Furneaux

Headteacher

 

Gray’s Farm Primary Academy’s Code of Conduct for Parents

 

Mission Statement

Gray’s Farm is a caring school, which aims to create a stimulating, learning environment in which every individual has the opportunity to be the best that they can be.

 

Code of Conduct

At Gray’s Farm Primary Academy, we value our strong relationship with parents and carers. Together this helps us achieve the very best for the children in a mutually supportive partnership between parents, class teachers and the school community.

 

As a partnership, our parents understand the importance of a good working relationship to equip their children with the necessary skills for adulthood. For these reasons, we continually welcome and encourage parents or carers to participate fully in the life of our school.

 

To truly create the best outcomes for children, it requires the relationship between home and school to be based on the principles of care, integrity, trust and mutual respect. The maintenance of this relationship is important to ensure that a child or children are safe (please read our safeguarding policy) and not open to undue distress and anxiety.