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Home School Agreement

A Home School Agreement is a statement explaining your child's school's aims, values, policies and procedures, its responsibilities towards its pupils, the responsibilities of the pupil's parents, and what's expected of pupils.

The Maths Society: Partnership for Learning

At The Maths Society, we believe in fostering a strong partnership between students, parents/guardians, and our teaching team to unlock each student's full potential.

Shared Commitment:


We understand that your support is crucial. By enrolling your child at The Maths Society, you express your commitment to adhering to our policies and procedures, and actively participating in your child's learning journey.

Our Responsibilities:

  • Engaging and Effective Learning: We provide a stimulating and supportive environment where students can learn, grow, and achieve their academic goals through a comprehensive curriculum aligned with national standards.

  • Positive and Inclusive Environment: We strive to create a safe and welcoming space where every student feels valued, respected, and listened to, regardless of individual differences.

  • Positive Social Development: We promote positive interpersonal skills, self-esteem, and a sense of responsibility through various activities and interactions.

  • Values-Focused Learning: We instil the core values of friendship, teamwork, perseverance, honesty, respect, and responsibility in all our students.

  • Open Communication & Collaboration: We maintain open communication with parents/guardians, regularly informing them about their child's progress, curriculum updates, and upcoming events.

  • Addressing Concerns: We address any concerns promptly and transparently, ensuring open communication for collaborative solutions.

  • Meaningful Homework: We assign homework that reinforces classroom learning, is achievable, and aligns with school schedules.

  • Safe Technology Use: We prioritize safe internet practices. We combine website filtering, supervision, and collaboration with parents/guardians to foster responsible online behavior.

  • Regular Attendance & Punctuality: We encourage consistent attendance and punctuality to ensure students benefit fully from our program.

The Responsibilities of Parents/Carers:

  • Supporting Our Mission: By entrusting your child's education to The Maths Society, you actively support our mission and policies.

  • Uniform & Attendance: Ensure your child attends classes on time, wearing the appropriate attire as outlined in our policies.

  • Attendance Communication: Inform us promptly via email or phone in case of absences.

  • Policy & Guideline Adherence: Uphold our policies and guidelines related to learning, behavior, attendance, and uniform.

  • Values Reinforcement: Support the values of friendship, teamwork, perseverance, honesty, respect, and responsibility at home and at The Maths Society.

  • Engaging with Progress Updates: Attend scheduled meetings to discuss your child's learning journey.

  • Homework Support: Collaborate with your child to complete assigned homework and encourage regular reading habits.

  • Communication & Updates: Inform us of any changes in your contact information or any concerns that might impact your child's learning, behavior, or well-being.

  • Safe Internet Usage Support: Extend safe internet practices taught at The Maths Society to your child's home environment.

  • Respectful Community: Treat all members of The Maths Society community with respect and avoid any unacceptable behavior.

  • Staying Informed: Regularly check our website and communication channels (e.g., emails) for updates on policies, meetings, events, and information relevant to your child.


The Responsibility of the Child:

  • Commitment to Learning: Be responsible for your own learning, diligently completing tasks and seeking help when needed.

  • Effort and Attitude: Demonstrate a positive attitude and willingness to work to your full potential.

  • Respect and Responsibility: Be respectful towards others and behave in a safe and responsible manner.

  • Reflecting on Learning: Take responsibility for your actions and strive to learn from your experiences.

  • Attendance & Punctuality: Arrive at class on time and prepared, wearing the appropriate uniform.

  • Safe Internet Use: Practice safe internet habits as instructed by The Maths Society.

  • Communication of Concerns: Discuss any problems or concerns with a teacher or parent/guardian.

  • Values Champion: Uphold the values of friendship, teamwork, perseverance, honesty, respect, and responsibility in your interactions with others.

  • Caring for the Environment: Take good care of our facilities, equipment, and resources.

  • Classroom Participation: Actively participate in class discussions and activities, fulfilling your assigned responsibilities.


Together, we can create a thriving learning environment where every student can reach their full potential.

Code of Behaviour

Our behaviour policy has ensured that there is a consistency of approach across TMS with pupils understanding the expectations of staff and the possible rewards and sanctions. See four step plan below.

The Maths Society: Model Code of Behaviour

At The Maths Society, we believe in creating a positive and productive learning environment for all our students. These guidelines outline the expected behaviour for all students attending our Saturday tuition centre.



  • Treat all members of The Maths Society community, including teachers, staff, and fellow students, with respect and courtesy. This includes using polite language, avoiding disruptive behaviour, and actively listening to others.

  • Respect the learning environment by keeping classrooms and common areas clean and tidy.



  • Be responsible for your own learning: Arrive on time, come prepared with your learning materials, and actively participate in class activities.

  • Complete homework assignments diligently and to the best of your ability. Seek clarification from your teacher if you encounter difficulties.

  • Be accountable for your actions and take responsibility for any mistakes or disruptions you may cause.


Positive Attitude:

  • Maintain a positive and respectful attitude towards learning and others.

  • Be willing to cooperate with teachers, staff, and classmates.

  • Contribute to a positive and supportive learning environment by encouraging and motivating others.



  • Follow all safety instructions provided by teachers and staff.

  • Refrain from running, roughhousing, or engaging in any behaviour that could put yourself or others at risk.

  • Inform a teacher or staff member immediately if you observe any unsafe situations or have any concerns.


Mobile Devices:

  • Mobile phones and other electronic devices should be switched off and kept away during class time unless specifically instructed by the teacher.

  • Use of these devices during class is strictly prohibited unless authorized by the teacher for specific learning purposes.


Absences and Communication:

  • Inform the centre in advance in case of an absence.

  • Communicate any concerns or questions promptly to your teacher or the centre management.


Consequences of Unacceptable Behaviour:

  • Any behaviour that disrupts the learning environment, disrespects others, or violates the code of conduct may result in disciplinary action.

  • Disciplinary actions may include verbal warnings, loss of privileges, or, in severe cases, temporary or permanent exclusion from the program.


By adhering to these guidelines, we can ensure a positive and productive learning experience for everyone at The Maths Society.


The Maths Society: Four-Stage Plan for Managing Breaches in the Model Code of Behaviour


At The Maths Society, we are committed to providing a positive and productive learning environment for all students. This four-stage plan outlines the process for addressing breaches of our Model Code of Behaviour.

Stage 1: Informal Intervention

  • Minor infractions: Initial breaches, such as occasional disruptions or forgetting materials, will be addressed through informal interventions.

  • Teacher-led: The teacher will address the issue in private, reminding the student of the expected behaviour and providing guidance for improvement.

  • Documentation: While formal documentation is not required at this stage, the teacher will make a brief note of the incident for future reference in case of repeated infractions.


Stage 2: Formal Warning

  • Repeated or more serious breaches: Repeated instances of minor infractions or a single incident of a more serious nature will result in a formal warning.

  • Meeting with student and parent/guardian: The teacher will schedule a meeting with the student and their parent/guardian to discuss the incident and the expectations outlined in the Model Code of Behaviour.

  • Documentation: A formal record of the meeting and the warning will be documented and kept on file.

  • Consequence: Depending on the severity of the incident, a consequence may be implemented, such as detention or temporary loss of privileges.


Stage 3: Restorative Action Plan

  • Continued or serious breaches: Continued disregard for the code after receiving a formal warning may require a restorative action plan.

  • Collaborative effort: The student, teacher, parent/guardian, and centre management will work together to create a plan that addresses the underlying causes of the behaviour and outlines steps for improvement.

  • Focus on restoration: This stage emphasizes repairing any harm caused by the student's actions and helping them develop strategies for positive behavioural change.

  • Monitoring and support: The plan will be monitored and reviewed regularly to assess progress and provide ongoing support to the student.


Stage 4: Temporary or Permanent Exclusion

  • Last resort: In cases of severe or repeated breaches that pose a significant risk to the safety and well-being of others or disrupt the learning environment, temporary or permanent exclusion from the program may be considered.

  • Meeting with centre management: The student and their parent/guardian will meet with centre management to discuss the potential consequences, including the possibility of exclusion.

  • Decision-making: The centre management will make a final decision based on the severity of the incident, the student's history of behaviour, and the effectiveness of previous interventions.


Throughout this process, The Maths Society will prioritize clear communication, fair treatment, and a focus on supporting students in making positive behavioural changes.

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