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St Hardulph`s C E (C) Primary School
Main Street, Breedon on The Hill, DE73 8AN, UK Melbourne
+44 (0)1332-862572
www:http://www.st-hardulphs.leics.sch.uke-mail:office@st-hardulphs.leics.sch.uk

 

 

 

At St. Hardulph's Primary School, our team is committed to educating all our children to their full potential by providing a secure, fair and stimulating environment in partnership with parents, the church and the community.

 

Organisation of the School

 

The School is organised into three departments:

 

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Foundation Stage

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Key Stage 1

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Key Stage 2

 

The Foundation Stage

The foundation stage includes pre-reception and reception. The children receive a broad and balanced curriculum based around the six key areas of learning:

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Personal, social and emotional

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Communication, language and literacy

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Mathematical

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Knowledge and understanding of the world

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Physical

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Creative

HOME-SCHOOL AGREEMENT

The school's vision statement says:

 

"At St. Hardulph's Primary School, our team is committed to educating all pupils to their full potential by providing a secure, fair and stimulating environment in partnership with parents, the church and the community."

For our part in achieving this, the school will:

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Care for your child’s safety and happiness.

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Provide the highest standards of teaching and learning.

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Ensure that your child achieves his/her full potential as a valued member of the school community.

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Provide a broad and balanced curriculum that meets individual needs.

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Help your child to achieve high standards of work and behaviour through building good relationships and developing a sense of responsibility.

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Keep you informed about your child’s progress via informal meetings, termly target setting, parents' evenings and annual reports.

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Provide a weekly newsletter informing you of general school matters.

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Be open and welcoming at all times and offer opportunities for you to become involved in the daily life of the school.

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Ensure that your child has the opportunity to participate in at least three enrichment activities each year.

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Provide a range of extra curricular activities in order to cater for the children’s many different talents.

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Provide an annual sports day which celebrates individual sporting excellence as well as being inclusive.

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Ensure your child’s safety by regularly carrying out risk assessments and acting upon the results without delay.

 

Parents/guardians will be asked to agree to:

 

As a parent/guardian, I will do my best to:

 

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Inform the school on the day or as soon as possible of my child’s absence.

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See that my child comes to school regularly, on time and properly equipped for the school day.

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Ensure my child wears the correct school uniform, including suitable footwear and follows the school policy on jewellery.

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Ensure my child brings with them his/her P.E. kit when appropriate.

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Support my child in homework and other opportunities for home learning.

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Attend parents’ evenings and discussions about my child’s progress.

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Let the school know of concerns or problems that might affect my child’s work or behaviour.

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Inform the school immediately of any changes of contact names and numbers.

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Support the school’s policies and guidelines for behaviour.

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Follow the correct complaints and access procedures in school.

 

Pupils will be asked to agree to:

I shall contribute to the positive life of school by:

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Attending school regularly and on time.

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Bringing all the equipment I need to school each day and remembering to take it home each evening.

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Following the school rules and motto.

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Wearing the school uniform with pride and being tidy in appearance.

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Doing all my class work and homework as well as I can.

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Being kind, polite and helpful to others.

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Respecting and caring for the school environment.

UNIFORM

At St Hardulph’s the Governors and staff believe that the wearing of school uniform gives pupils confidence in themselves, pride in the school and helps to promote a feeling of belonging to the school community. It is both practical and economical and helps prevent needless comparisons in dress. Parents are asked to give their full support to the view that all pupils should wear school uniform.

All children’s clothes need to be clearly marked with their own names.

Recommended items of clothing are as follows:

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White shirt

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Red sweatshirt imprinted with School logo

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Red fleece imprinted with School logo

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Black or grey skirt or pinafore dress

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Grey or black school trousers

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School shoes (not trainers)

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Blue/white gingham dress for girls in the summer, if desired

For P.E. we ask the children to have:

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Black shorts and white or red polo shirt

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Pumps or trainers

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Pump bag to keep P.E. kit in (kept on child’s coat peg)

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On sunny days, during summer, we recommend that children bring a sun hat to protect themselves whilst outside.

For Swimming we ask the children to have:

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Costume/trunks – NOT shorts

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Towel

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Swimming cap for girls (and boys with long hair)



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