Engaging Parents

At HIM we recognise the importance of working in close partnership with our families for the benefit of all our children. Teachers provide information on homework expectations, procedures and class routines. Letters are also sent out detailing information about special parents meetings, training and class visits.

The school endorses an ‘open door’ policy and parents are welcome to discuss any issues, problems or concerns with us at any time. However the Headmistress or a senior member of staff is available to speak with you at any time. We are always happy to return phone-calls if parents are not able to come into school. Remember, if your child has a problem or is concerned about something important, we deal with it as soon as possible.

General ‘Meet the Teacher’ sessions are organized every year. At these meetings the year team will share classroom routines and expectations with the parents. Later on in the term parents are invited to meet with their child’s class teacher individually to discuss their child’s progress and agree targets for learning.

There are regular open days where parents are welcome to view their child’s work and look around the school.

HOME LIVING AT HIM

Sending children to a residential school is one of the hardest decisions for parents to make.

A home is a child's first school. School is a child's second home.

Facilitating Learning .

Our classrooms, with a seating capacity of 25, are spacious and well-ventilated with ample natural

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3-D Laboratory has been set up to get live experience in the science and social science lessons.

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