Expectations and Values

Expectations and values

  1. All students to achieve a minimum of ‘Accepting the Challenge’ for their attendance and in every lesson.

  2. Be held responsible for their own behavior.

  3. Be given time between each step to make the right choice.

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Home-School agreement 



Treat other students and staff with respect and show care and consideration to everyone in school.

Respect yourself by adopting a healthy lifestyle and staying safe.


Attend school every day, arrive on time and to each lesson.

Be work ready with books, homework and equipment for the day.

Be proud

Wear the correct uniform and take pride in your appearance.

Remember you are an ambassador for our school.

Take pride in your and others’ achievements.

Good behaviour

Behave responsibly when in and outside school.

Always try your best in lessons.

Follow health and safety procedures to keep yourselves and others’ safe.


Try your best and complete homework and coursework on time.

Ask for help when you need it.


Take part in school activities, clubs, fundraising and visits to expand your knowledge, skills and experiences outside the classroom.

No mobiles

Ensure all mobile devices are switched off when entering the school grounds and throughout the day.





Safe environment

Ensure your child keeps themselves safe and does not harm others’.

Keep school informed of any circumstances that may affect your child’s safety, learning and mental wellbeing in school.


Ensure your child attends school each day and on time.

Inform school on the first day of your child’s illness, and in advance for any other reason for absence.

Prevent disruption to your child’s education by only taking holidays during the school holidays.

Be proud

Ensure your child wears the correct uniform, completes their homework on time and brings the appropriate equipment to school each day.

Support and praise your child.

Take pride in their achievements.

Work together

Support your child in their learning by providing time and space to work at home.

Attend parents’ evenings and other meetings about your child’s progress.

Christian ethos

Support the Christian ethos, values and standards of the school.

Good behaviour

Support the school’s behaviour policy, including sanctions and rewards.

No mobiles

Support schools no mobile phone policy and any sanctions that are put in place when not followed.


Encourage your child to join in enrichment activities provided by school, at school and outside school.




Safe environment

Provide a safe and happy environment where students have the opportunity to develop personally, physically, socially, academically and spiritually.

Teaching and learning

Provide a relevant curriculum with a wide range of learning experiences to meet the differing needs of individuals and high standards of teaching.

Life-long skills

Foster in each student a joy for learning, and a recognition that education is a lifelong process in order to make a full and rewarding contribution to the community.

Caring community

Develop a caring community in which each person is encouraged to demonstrate care and respect for everyone and to develop self-respect and discipline.

Christian ethos

Create a Christian ethos in which everyone is equally valued as a member of the BSCA family.

Reward and recognition

Recognise and reward student progress and achievements.


Make clear our expected standards of conduct and appearance.

Work together

Work in partnership with parents through regular contact and reporting.