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Home School Partnership Agreement

When a child enters our school we begin a partnership between the child, parent/carer and school that will enable each child to achieve their potential.  


The detail of that partnership, the expectations on all can be found in our Home School Partnership Agreement.

Home School Partnership Agreement


Success through Partnership

Ash Grange Nursery and Primary School is part of West Surrey Foundation. Together, the 6 West Surrey Foundation schools (Ash Grange Primary, Ash Manor, St Paul’s C/E Infant, Walsh Memorial Infant, Shawfield Primary and Walsh Junior) have developed this home school partnership agreement to support our work in developing an active partnership between home and school to assist understanding and to ensure that all of children and young people in our 6 schools achieve more than they thought possible.


Ash Grange Nursery and Primary School values and aims are: 

  • Core Value
    • We Care, We Learn, We Shine


  • Our Vision Statement
    • Children at Ash Grange Primary School will be active learners who take the important steps to achieve ambitious goals. 


Our values that underpin the teaching and learning experiences that all children will have are:


  • Enriched learning experiences that will broaden children’s knowledge and understanding of the world.
  • The development of effective communications and language skills so that children can be confident and powerful communicators.
  • The development of physical, mental and emotional health.
  • The development of respect for self, others and the wider world


The roles for the child, family and school that we all agree to are:


Each child will

  • Behave as school expects
  • Be caring, polite and helpful
  • Show respect to others
  • Work hard and always strive to do my best
  • Wear the proper uniform with pride
  • Bring all the equipment that I need every day
  • Complete and return my home learning on time
  • Care for the school and its surroundings
  • Participate in a range of activities outside the classroom
  • Use all technology responsibly and safely
  • Support the school’s approach to online safety and will not upload, share or add any pictures video or text that could upset, offend or threaten the safety of any member of the school community.


We believe that people learn best in different ways. At Ash Grange Nursery and Primary School, we provide a rich and varied learning environment that allows individuals to develop their skills and abilities to their full potential, building on previous experiences.


The school will:

  • Be open and welcoming
  • Provide a safe and stimulating environment
  • Meet the spiritual and moral needs of all children
  • Inform parents of the progress and attainment of their individual children and contact them if there are any concerns about this or about behaviour, attendance or punctuality
  • Encourage all children to do their best at all times and provide additional support and nurture when necessary
  • Support children to become responsible, mature and independent
  • Inform parents of all general school matters and policies
  • Inform parents of school events and encourage and welcome parents to take part
  • Set home learning tasks and provide feedback, as appropriate to age of children


Our family will:

  • Make sure my child arrives and is collected on time
  • Ensure my child attends 100% of the time.
  • Make sure my child wears uniform and has the correct equipment and PE kit
  • Attend parent teacher meetings and take part in other school activities
  • Ensure that my child is supported to complete home learning tasks
  • Support the policy on attendance, ensuring that family holidays are not taken during term time
  • Support the school’s policy and guidelines on behaviour
  • Support the school’s policy on food and drink
  • Let the school know about any changes, problems or concerns that might affect my child's work behaviour or happiness
  • Not use social media in a way that could cause any offence to the school its staff and its pupils or the wider school community
  • Support the school’s approach to online safety and will not upload, share or add any pictures video or text that could upset, offend or threaten the safety of any member of the school community.
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