Audley Primary School is at the heart of the Stechford community.
We aim to encourage families to take a full and active part in their children’s education both at home and within the school itself. We will support families in any way we can to allow children to flourish, achieve their best and become well-rounded, respectful citizens.
This can be achieved in a variety of different ways:
Parents and Carers are invited to attend celebration assemblies and concerts.
Workshops are run regularly in school for parents to come and work alongside their child to complete a ‘fun’ but educational activity.
Parents’ Meetings take place three times a year a year for parents to come into school and discuss their child’s progress. Parents also receive data on attendance and behaviour each term.
Reading Records: children are given reading records that have to be signed by parents to show that given work is completed. This helps to inform parents/carers what is expected of their child.
Audley also has links with members of the local community such as Glebe Farm Library. Children regularly visit Glebe Farm Library and have the opportunity to take part in activities and competitions during the school holidays. We also regularly take part in a clean the streets project to make our area a nice place to live.
Our school values reflect the British values of: democracy, the rule of law, individual liberty, mutual respect for and tolerance of those with different faiths and beliefs and for those without faith.
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