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Role of the Family

What we expect from parents / carers

  • Ensure your child has had their medication at the appropriate time and that school have a supply of any relevant medication e.g. EpiPen, inhalers etc.  Please ask your child’s class team for more details.
  • Ensure that your child attends school regularly and inform school when your child is absent, by 8:30am.
  • Ensure that your child is on time for transport, or at school by 9am.
  • Inform the teachers and school of any new diagnoses, medical or other conditions which may affect learning, such as, hearing, dyslexia;
  • Attend review meetings, parent consultations and any additional appointments as appropriate.
  • Work with the school to promote positive behaviour and encourage your child’s development.
  • Work with school and your child to follow the Behaviour Policy
  • Encourage your child to follow our school ethos of ‘Be Kind, Be Safe, Be Ready’
  • Share with the school (in confidence if necessary) significant events at home that may affect your child.
  • Share with the school, the involvement of any professional help to ensure we work together for the young person’s benefit.
  • Parents may be requested to contribute financially to damage caused by young people.
  • Be available for discussions to ensure we are able to effectively support young people and work together to enable a holistic approach to supporting pupils.