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Home/School Agreement

At Norden we believe that a sound home-school partnership is key to securing the best outcomes for all students. A sound partnership is one where parents, students and staff work together in a collaborative and co-operative manner.


Just as you have expectations of Norden and its staff, we too have high expectations of you - the parents and students.


By choosing Norden High School & Sports College, you have chosen to enter into a partnership, which we shall work together to ensure success for your child.


The expectations required from this partnership are:

Expectations of Parents

Expectations of Students

Expectations of School

  • Support the school’s visions and aims;
  • Ensure your child attends school regularly
    and punctually in the correct school uniform. (Please note that the school will
    not authorise absence other than in exceptional circumstances)
  • Regularly check and sign the Student Planner and support your child’s homework effort;
  • Support the school’s Behaviour Management Policy;
  • Contact school if you have any concerns/queries.
  • Attend your child’s Parents’ Evening.
  • Attend school regularly and punctually in the correct school uniform;
  • Ensure you are appropriately equipped for all lessons;
  • Never leave the school premises without permission;
  • Agree to follow the school rules;
  • Behave whilst in lessons and around school;
  • Ask for help when you need it;
  • Respond appropriately to all requests made of me by a member of staff;
  • Conduct yourself in a polite and respectful manner at all times (including on your way to and from school);
  • To do your best.
  • Provide the best education we are able for all our students;
  • Promote aspire and achievement;
  • Provide a happy, safe and secure environment;
  • Support and encourage all students to fulfil their social and academic potential;
  • Promote the development of self-respect and respect for others;
  • Undertake to keep parents informed about the progress of their child.