Attendance Matters Information for Parents and Carers
Nursery starts at 9:15 am
Home School Link Worker – Mrs Malik
Attendance Leader – Mrs L Bradbury
School telephone number – 01782 237125
‘Every day, every half day, every lesson matters’
We expect at least 96% attendance by all children in our school.
High attendance is important in giving children the best chance of being successful at school and achieving their end of year expectations or better.
High attending children are able to get involved in the entire range of school life and all the different activities that are on offer in order to ensure they reach their full potential.
High attending children are able to develop:
High attendance is particularly important:
Absence during term time:
What to do if your child cannot attend school
By accepting a nursery school place you are agreeing to send your child regularly. If you no longer feel you can meet with obligation, please request a meet-ing with school leaders to discuss why you are finding this difficult.
Children who are absent, should not be out in public places during the time 9.15 am – 3.15 pm.
Zak’s attendance rate is always around 90%. He thinks this is pretty good! However, this actually means…
Iniayah’s attendance rate is always around 80%. She thinks that this is ok! However, this actually means…
For our children to gain the greatest benefit from their education it is vital that they attend regularly and your child should be at school, on time, every day the school is open unless the reason for the absence is unavoidable.
Together we can strive for excellence.
Our school contact for any issues relating to school attendance is our Home School Link Worker, Mrs S Malik.
All children in our school are aware of the importance of good attendance. Each week we celebrate good attend-ance with certificates and prizes awarded.
Children who achieve 100% attendance are entered into a draw each half term to win a special treat such as a gift to-ken to spend.
We also monitor lateness rigorously as children need to be in school on time. Lessons starts at 9.15 am. Parents may also be invited to talk to Mrs Bradbury or Mrs Johnstone about persistent late arrival to school.
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