U14 Rugby Training Monday 1-2 at school Wednesday 315-430 at Olympic Sports Gym
Audenshaw School recognises that the successful development of its students depends on an effective partnership of school, students and parents/carers. All three parties share responsibility for the development and achievement of each student. Together, we commit ourselves to the following:
The School will:
- Provide a learning environment that is stimulating, safe and caring
- Treat everyone with respect
- Ensure that each student has the opportunities, support and guidance to achieve his/her full potential
- Report regularly on each student’s progress
- Expect high standards, set clear rules, promote mutual respect and develop a sense of responsibility
- Keep parents/carers informed about school matters, be welcoming to enquiries and responsive to concerns
- Record and reward good progress and performance
- Offer extra-curricular activities that will develop broader skills to prepare for life and the world of work.
As Parent/Carer, you will:
- Act as a positive role model for my child
- Make sure my/our child attends school in correct uniform (adheres to the dress code for sixth form students), arrives on time and is properly equipped for school
- Encourage my/our child to work hard, to support my/our child in homework
- Attend consultation evenings and discussions about my/our child’s progress
- Support the school’s policies and guidelines
- Allow my/our child to attend off-site visit
- Agree to the detention policy of the school
- Make sure that time is not taken out of school unless it is urgent
- Encourage my/our child to participate in the extra-curricular opportunities offered by the school.
As a Student, you will:
- Be an ambassador for Audenshaw School
- Work hard in class and at home, so that I can achieve my full potential
- Treat others as I would wish to be treated
- Put the needs of others before my own
- Be proud of my school
- Attend the school in correct uniform, be on time and be properly equipped
- Abide by the school rules, behave responsibly and be polite to others in the school and the wider community
- Understand that any poor behaviour, whilst wearing school uniform, will be dealt with as if the incident occurred at school
- Take part in extra-curricular activities organised by the school
- Care for the environment – in and out of school
- Complete homework on time
- Attend detentions
- Be someone others can be proud of.
Students enter and leave the school site from the students' entrance on Hazel Street and at the start and end of each day are greeted by members of the Senior Leadership Team and Pastoral Team. If students arrive late to school and the students entrance is closed then they must report to Student Services through the school's main entrance, entering the school building through our main reception. On reaching Student Services the student should 'sign in' so their attendance can be recorded.
During break and lunch time students are supervised by staff both in the canteen and on the school yard. Students may also access any lunch time clubs on offer. All students are able to join in with our, prefect led, indoor games sessions over the lunch time period.
If parents/carers are worried about their child and feel there may be issues of bullying then the school has clear procedures that are outlined in our School Behaviour Policy.
Please click the link below to download a copy of our School Behaviour Policy.