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Holy Rood Catholic Junior School
Upham Road, Swindon,SN3 1DH Walcot
01793 527679


Home/School Agreement

Mission Statement

Holy Rood Junior School is a Catholic School. We seek to provide a broad, balanced Christian education which aims to help each child develop their full potential.

We are a worshipping community which recognises the uniqueness of the individual and aims to promote the Gospel values of love and respect for God and one another. We open ourselves to others and respect their ways of thinking and living.

The school encourages effective communication and good relationships with home, parish and wider community.

The Parents/Guardians

I/We will try to:-

*See that my child attends school regularly, on time and suitably equipped.

*Encourage my child to develop personal organisation and responsibility.

*Inform the school of any concerns or problems that might affect my child's
work or behaviour.

*Support the Christian values of the school community,

*Give my child opportunities for home learning and support homework from

*Support the school's policies and guidelines for behaviour.

*Attend parent evenings and discussion about my child's progress.

*Encourage my child to be enthusiastic about learning and to enjoy school.

*Encourage my child to show kindness and consideration to others.

*Talk to my child about their experiences in school and encourage them to
do their best.

*Attempt to support the Catholic community and the school governors in
their responsibilities for maintaining the school building in good repair.

The School

The school will:-

*Provide a friendly welcome to your child and a secure, stimulating, Christian
environment in which to learn.

*Ensure that your child is valued for who he/she is and helped to make good
progress in their spiritual, moral, emotional, physical and academic

*Treat your child with the dignity and respect they require, encouraging them
to develop their full potential.

*Demonstrate our faith and our schools foundation in the teaching of Jesus
Christ by what we teach and the way we live and worship in our school.

*The school will endeavour, through enthusiastic teaching, to provide the best
possible education for your child.

*Provide you with information about your child's progress and opportunities
to talk to teachers.

*Send home an annual report of your child's progress.

*Keep you well informed about school policies and activities through regular
letters and newsletters.

*Set, mark and monitor homework suitable for your child's needs.

*Contact you if there is a problem with your child's attendance or

*Inform you of any concerns regarding your child's behaviour, work or

*We will challenge your child to strive for the highest standard of personal,
social and intellectual development and aim for excellence in all they do.

The Pupil

I will try to:-

*Attend school regularly and on time.

*Wear the school uniform correctly and bring all the equipment I need every

*Take care of all school equipment and help keep our school free from litter.

*Learn something new each lesson and always do my best.

*Share my feelings honestly and politely and show consideration for others in

*Behave sensibly so as to keep us all happy and safe as we learn.

*Try to think for myself and take responsibility for my actions.

*Observe all school rules and treat everyone with the respect they deserve.

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