What we expect from pupils:
To obey the school rules.
To be punctual.
To bring the correct equipment for their work.
To complete and hand in homework on time and to the best of their ability.
To take home a book every day and read regularly to an adult.
To keep a record of their reading in their reading diary and bring it into school every day.
To let us know when they are experiencing difficulties, with their work or in any other areas of school life, so that we can help.
Chartridge Combined School
At Chartridge Combined School we take pride in everything we do. We really value all achievements and encourage everyone to reach their potential. Our caring approach, high standards, beautiful location and diverse community all create a special environment for children to be happy and prepared for their next steps in life.
It is the key aim of the Governors, Headteacher and Staff of Chartridge School to maximise the personal development of all pupils. In addition, the Headteacher and Staff of Chartridge School seek to help their pupils to live together in harmony and encourage them to care for their environment and the property of others and to take a pride in themselves.
We believe that the success of the school, and more particularly that of the pupils, depends on developing the best possible relationship between the local community, parents, pupils and all those who work in the school and contribute to the learning provision.