The staff and governors at St. Elisabeth's School see the main purpose of the school as that of providing an excellent education both academic and social in a Christian context for all its pupils.
One of the school's aims is the achievement of high academic standards and a sense of personal worth for all its pupils through encouraging them to do their best and fulfil their individual potential. Subject to its physical capacity our school therefore welcomes all children from the catchment area, whatever their family faith, if parents wish an education in a Christian context for their children.
a. Encourage children to do their best at all times.
b. Encourage children to take care of their surroundings and others around them.
c. Inform parents of the children's progress at regular meetings.
d. Inform parents about what the teachers aim to teach the children each term.
a. Make sure child arrives at school on time()
b. Make sure child attends regularly and provides a note of explanation if child is absent.
c. Attend Open Evenings to discuss child's progress, one each term.
d. Encourage Children to tackle Homework tasks
Extract from the Stockport Express Wednesday June 26th 2002
The picture shows:
Alan Wells OBE, director of the Basic Skills Agency, with head Mrs Shirley Tootell left, Jan Wasson and four of the St. Elisabeth's School Pupils.
They certainly know their ABCs at St. Elisabeth's School in Reddish where they were awarded a Basic Skills Quality Mark from the Basic Skills Agency.
The Basic Skills Agency is a Government organisation which awards schools a quality mark if they meet a high standard of teaching of the basic skills of reading, writing and number work. A Quality Mark is in place for 3 years after which it will be reviewed.