Codsall Middle School has always set and expected high standards of behaviour, effort and achievement from all of its pupils.

Moreover, we firmly believe in the 3 way process of co-operation and involvement in support of the values and aims of the school, that is school – pupil – parent.

To maintain and improve these standards we set out our own agreement.

AS A SCHOOL WE WILL STRIVE TO:

Provide a happy, secure and caring environment for the total development of the pupils

Maintain the highest standards of achievement and personal and social development

Provide a broad and balanced curriculum as determined by National Curriculum and government guidelines

Set challenging work which is appropriate to the ability of the individual pupil

Monitor pupils’ books and set homework appropriate to their age

Report on pupils’ academic progress

Involve parents in discussions about a pupil’s academic or pastoral welfare

Provide varied extra curricular opportunities

Work in partnership with parents to secure the highest possible standards of pastoral care.

AS A PUPIL I WILL STRIVE TO:

Respect the school’s property and that of others

Arrive promptly to school, properly equipped for all lessons

Always try to do my best in school work and homework

Behave well in lessons and around the school

Positively promote the reputation of the school in the community

AS A PARENT I WILL STRIVE TO:

Make every effort to support my child’s learning at home

Encourage my child to achieve his/her full potential

Support the school in the application of its policies e.g. behaviour, attendance, curriculum, uniform and anti-bullying

Make contact with the school to discuss any concerns regarding my child

Keep the school informed about any issues which may affect my/our child’s well being

BASIC CLASSROOM RIGHTS

Teachers have the right to teach

Students have the right to learn

Everybody has the right to safety

Everybody has the right to dignity

ESSENTIAL RULES

1 Follow teacher directions

2 Protect everybody’s right to safety by:
* Keeping your hands, feet and objects to yourself

* Not swearing, calling names or using put-downs