At Hythe we firmly believe that working in partnership with parents helps your children to achieve the best that they can. Research has proven that parents are the most significant influence on their child’s education. We encourage parents to become as fully involved as possible in the life of the school. The expectations of the school, yourselves as parents/carers and children are set out in the home/school agreement.
Many parents assist in school – working in classrooms, hearing readers, helping on school visits, transporting children to sporting competitions and running golden time activities. All helpers undergo the relevant checks as part of our thorough safeguarding procedures.
At Hythe Primary we are committed to ensuring equality of education and opportunity for everyone including visitors,disabled pupils and staff. We aim to develope a culture of inclusion and diversity in which people feel free to disclose their disability and to participate fully in school life. The school is accessible to all and includes, a disabled toilet, ramps and handrails, disabled parking and a hearing loop.
Our aims are to:-
- encourage excellent learning and achievement
- value ourselves and respect each other
- work together with parents and the community
- be an exciting place to learn and develop
Central to the work at Hythe is the development of social, spiritual and moral awareness where self esteem and self knowledge are essential. We expect high standards of behaviour from all our pupils and encourage good quality learning through a curriculum that is fun, relevant and purposeful.