Together we are Outstanding
We believe that for a child to be a successful learner, it is crucial that parents (every child's first and best teacher) work alongside our teachers and all other adults at school. Please do not hesitate to contact us if you are at all concerned about your child's learning or well being.
We communicate regularly with parents via text and email so we can provide you with the most up to date information about events in school. Please contact the office if you are not receiving this information.
Working IN Partnership
As a school we set clear expectations of our staff, our pupils and our parents. We create a collaborative, mutually supportive environment focused on ensuring that every child realises their potential.
At Newton Burgoland we believe that children will only realise their potential when a true ‘partnership’ exists between school and home. We know that every parent wants the very best for their child and we work hard to ensure clear lines of communication between staff and parents.
Sue Ward (Head teacher)
Read our Ofsted Report, find out about PE, after school clubs, local childcare, our classes, read out latest data report and contact us to arrange a visit.
We expect our staff to deeply believe that every pupils is capable of academic success at school and beyond. We expect staff to come to school prepared, engage pupils in their learning in an exciting way, and set appropriate homework. All of our staff are constantly striving to become better educated.
All teaching staff follow the progress of their pupils and ensure that their individual needs are being met. All staff go out of their way to get to know pupils as individuals.
We expect our pupils to:
- Believe that they are capable of academic success
- Arrive at school on time every day, wearing their school uniform
- Always work, think, and behave in the best way they know how, and do whatever it takes to learn
- Complete all their homework on time and speak to their teacher if they have a problem
- Discuss any issues they are having at school with their teacher or a school adult
- Follow our Behaviour policy
We expect parents to:
- Believe that their child is capable of academic success
- Ensure that their child is in school on time every day, wearing their uniform
- Commit to allowing their child to go on school trips
- Plan healthy meals, encourage healthy eating habits, create regular routines and make sure their child gets enough sleep
- Not take their child out of school during term time
- Attend parents evenings, school events and curriculum meetings
- Read with their child each day
- Support their child with: -
- Completing and handing in homework on time
- Learning spellings
- Practicing Times Tables and playing maths games
- Support our before and after school clubs
- Support our Parents and Friends Association