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Every Pupil is entitled to:
• Be welcome as a member of the school community
• Be able to learn within an orderly and clean physical environment
• To feel safe and secure in school from insults, intimidations, violence and danger of any kind
• To be encouraged to develop and reach his/her full potential, both inside and outside the classroom
• To be treated with consideration, courtesy and respect welfare
Parent/Carer: I/We will
• Support the school’s Standards and Expectations
• Make the school aware if there are any issues that might affect my child’s work or well-being
• Ensure that my child comes to school regularly and arrives on time
• Have regard for the school’s attendance target of 100%, holidays should not be taken in term time
• Inform school of any change of address/telephone number immediately
• Ensure that my child is properly equipped for lessons
• Ensure that my child wears the correct school uniform and follows the Appearance Code
• Support school policies and guidelines for behaviour
• Monitor my child’s homework, coursework and other independent learning, signing the planner each week and encouraging the meeting of deadlines
• Utilise the My Child at School app
• Try to attend Parents’ Evening and other discussions about my child’s progress. If unable to attend rearrange at a mutually convenient time
• Model high standards of behaviour at all times
• Always seek to resolve any issues directly with the school through our staged approach
• Not make derogatory comments on social media about school, pupils or staff
• Encourage my child to participate in; enrichment activities / attend GCSE sessions

The Pupil: I will
• Abide by the School’s Behaviour and Appearance Code
• Adhere to the school’s Standards and Expectations
• Be polite and respectful to everyone in school and in the local community
• Take care of the school site, keeping it free of graffiti and litter
• Attend regularly, arriving on time
• Wear full school uniform correctly and look neat and tidy as per the Behaviour and Appearance Code
• Arrive at lessons fully equipped and willing to learn
• Complete homework and coursework to the best of my ability in all subjects
• Respect coursework and homework deadlines in all subjects
• Leave valuable items at home
• Participate in; enrichment activities / attend additional GCSE session
• Not misuse social media whereby it can affect others in a negative way

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