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Hill Top C E Primary School
Common Road, Bradford,BD12 0TL
01274 678386

Welcome to Hill Top CE Primary School and Nursery.

We are part of the family of Bradford Church Schools where Christian values and beliefs are built into the ethos of the teaching and learning.

At Hill Top we:-

*believe the success of our school is based on strong and welcoming links between
the school, the home, the church and the community.

*believe in lifelong learning so that all our children and staff are given the
opportunity to learn new things every day.

*believe that learning should be a rewarding and enjoyable experience where we all have the opportunity to realise our potential and celebrate our successes.

*aim to equip all our children and staff with the skills, knowledge and understanding necessary to make informed choices about their lives.

*believe that appropriate teaching and learning experiences help us all to lead happy and rewarding lives.

Hill Top CE Primary School and Nursery is a Foundation Status, Co-educational, 3 to 11 comprehensive school catering for day pupils.

Number on Roll: 210 plus 52 part-time nursery (2007/2008)

Staffing: Head Teacher + 9.4

Staffing ratio of 1 teacher to 22.3 children

Home School Agreement

At Hill Top we see the education of our children as a partnership between the home and the school. This is set out in the Home School Agreement we, therefore, encourage parents to take an active interest in the work of the school. We are grateful for the help given to us by so many of our parents and are very pleased to welcome their help and support.

Copies of the Home School Agreement are sent to all new parents and are also available on request from Mrs Wilkinson.



1 School

We will encourage the children to do their best at all times.

We will encourage your child to reach their full potential as a valued member of the school community.

We will encourage the children to take care of their surroundings and others around them.

We will inform parents of their child’s progress  in all areas at regular consultation meetings and by a yearly written report.

We will keep parents informed about the school curriculum.

We will contact parents if there is a problem with attendance, punctuality or behaviour.

We will set, mark and monitor homework.

We will keep parents informed about school activities through regular newsletters

We will make available, on request, copies of school policies and official documents.

2 Parents

We will make sure our child comes to school regularly and on time

We will provide a note or will ring school if our child is unable to attend.

We will make sure our child comes to school properly dressed and equipped.

We will make the school aware of any concerns or problems that might affect my child’s work or behaviour.

We will attend Consultation Evenings to discuss our child’s progress.

We will support the school’s policies and guidelines for behaviour.

We will support and encourage our child to participate in all school activities.

We will support our child in homework and other opportunities for home learning.

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