High standards of discipline and the good attendance rates at the school are a direct result of the level of concern and personal interest shown by the staff who monitor attendance, punctuality, presentation, general progress and the welfare of pupils in their care.
However, success in the school, at any level, will depend on a variety of factors. One of the most important of these is the level of understanding and support established between home and school. The school will seek to involve all parents in their children’s education, by keeping them fully informed of levels of progress, praiseworthy efforts and also areas of concern. Parents wishing to speak to staff on any matter relating to their child will always be welcome to visit the school.
The school makes a conscious effort to avoid too many rules. Pupils are expected to be punctual, to maintain an orderly and quiet environment, to complete classwork and homework as required, to adopt high standards of behaviour and dress, and to be courteous and considerate at all times.
It is essential that your child attends school every day for them to achieve. The school follows Local Authority advice for all aspects of attendance. As a result, children falling below these levels may be referred to the Attendance and Wellbeing Service. Continued bouts of illness may also require a Medical Certificate.