The education of our children is a shared responsibility between parents / carers and the school.
The most important thing in our relationship is that we work together for the best outcomes for our children. If students get the same messages from school and home, then the chances of their success and well-being is enhanced.
Sometimes poor communication leads to angst and we need to avoid this at all costs. Clearing up misunderstandings is done best by calm, honest dialogue and we have high expectations that respect is maintained at all times.
There are many ways for us to communicate effectively:
- Parent - Teacher Interviews
- Phone calls, etc.
As teachers, we will work hard to provide parents and carers with the most relevant information about their child's progress.
The Student Code of Conduct
also provides a wealth of information about our expectations and includes sections on what you can expect from us as well.