By working together, we can sustain the mission of the school to be fully the people God is calling us to be. The home-school agreement sets out the expectations that bind us all to the behaviours needed to safeguard the interests of children and bring about positive change. We are crew - not passengers!

St Teilo's commits to...

  • Uphold the values set out in the mission.
  • Provide a safe and nurturing school environment to support the development of children.
  • Recognise pupils' successes and achievements.
  • Encourage positive relationships, independence and responsibility.
  • Expect high standards of behaviour.
  • Promote the benefits of good physical health.
  • Implement a broad and balanced curriculum and publish a summary of its content.
  • Have high expectations of 'personal best' performance.
  • Monitor learning and progress.
  • Provide opportunities for extra-curricular learning and participation.
  • Support and monitor pupil attendance and punctuality.
  • Report to parents and carers on pupil learning and progress.
  • Keep parents, carers, governors and other stakeholders informed about the life of the school.

Parents, carers and families commit to...

  • Understand and support the school's mission.
  • Ensure high levels of school attendance and punctuality.
  • Play an active role in children's education and support their learning and progress.
  • Provide learning opportunities in the home and beyond the school.
  • Encourage children as contributors to the wider life of the school and its community.
  • Demonstrate respect for difference and for the diverse needs of the school community.
  • Uphold the school's approach to behaviour and support the school's decision making.
  • Ensure your child attends school in the correct uniform.
  • Attend parent consultations and respond to communication from the school.
  • Update the school with changes to circumstances which may affect a child's learning or wellbeing.
  • Model positive, polite and civilised relationships, treating all members of the school community with respect.
  • Use social media responsibly, never publishing images or disparaging comments about the school or members of the school community.
  • Comply with school policy and procedure.
  • Embrace the school's character as both an Anglican school and a Welsh school.

Children and young people commit to...

  • Live out the values of the mission.
  • Try their hardest and set themselves high expectations.
  • Take pride in their learning, be equipped and always in uniform.
  • Show respect towards other people and take responsibility for their choices and actions.
  • Protect school property and property belonging to others.
  • Behave politely and be friendly and helpful.
  • Follow school rules and expectations immediately and with good grace.
  • Conduct themselves in and out of school in such a way as to uphold its good reputation.
  • Treat differences with respect and never use hate speech.
  • Celebrate the school's character as both an Anglican school and a Welsh school.

None of us, including me, ever do great things. But we can all do small things, with great love, and together we can do something wonderful.