It is vital to have strong links between parentsand school. From the beginning of Year 7,when parents of the new intake are invitedinto school, through to Year 11, we welcomeparental support. It is hoped that parents willtake an interest in their child’s work and discussprogress and any problems which arise. Furthercontact will be made through the progressreports and by Parents’ Evenings. We wouldask you to make every effort to attend thesemeetings.In Year 7 towards the end of the ﬁrst term, aninterim report based on effort in the varioussubject areas will be sent home. The report alsocontains a Form Tutor comment on how thepupil has settled into school, is making progressetc. This will be followed by a Parents’ Eveningearly in the Spring Term when parents candiscuss progress with the Form Tutor, Head ofYear, SENCO and Senior Staff.Towards the end of the summer term parentswill receive an academic report and an end of year review completed by the pupil.Parents should be aware that the East Riding hasan Educational Welfare Ofﬁcer who works withthe school in matters such as pupil attendanceand part time employment of pupils.
Child Protection Procedures
The Snaith School aims to provide a safe andsecure environment where the children areprotected. The curriculum is used to buildconﬁdence in pupils to ensure their ownprotection and to understand the importance ofprotecting others.The school has developed a Child ProtectionPolicy. This follows the Area Child ProtectionCommittee Guidelines and Procedures for anyaction which has to be taken to safeguardor promote the welfare of our children. Theschool aims to promote good effectivecommunications with other agencies.All members of staff receive regular training toimprove awareness and understanding of ChildProtection procedures.
‘Pupils that arehealthy, safe,happy and achieving wellare at the heartof the school’swork’