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Monitoring termly attendance by groups, 2018-2019

 

 

            

 

2017-2018

Term 1

Term 2

Term 3

Term 4

Term 5

Term 6

2018-2019

Whole school

95.14%

95.81%

95.19%

94.41%

94.77%

94.90%

 

 

PP pupils

94.14%

95.43%

94.17%

93.26%

93.23%

92.87%

 

 

Non-PP pupils

95.61%

96.18%

95.62%

94.89%

95.42%

95.82%

 

 

SEND pupils

95.14%

95.73%

95.70%

94.66%

94.77%

94.78%

 

 

EAL pupils

89.51%

96.09%

95.37%

93.64%

94.13%

94.73%

 

 

EYFS

95.11%

95.39%

94.68%

93.10%

93.57%

93.75%

 

 

Promoting good attendance for all children is a priority at our school. We know that children will thrive in their learning at school if they have excellent attendance. If your child is absent from school, we ask that you call us before 9.30am to give reasons for the absence.

 

On a daily basis, Mrs Beresford makes check-up calls for any children with unexplained absence.

The daily registers of attendance are closely monitored by our safeguarding team. 

 

All absences are recorded daily as an overview, enabling a quick analysis of attendance each day.

Daily monitoring of attendance, is collated by admin and overseen by Headteacher daily.  Any names of concern that are absent without good explanation, receive a follow-up call from the Headteacher, the same day.  All holidays are unauthorised and lead to penalty notices.

 

Attendance review meetings take place termly for those children who have issues regarding their attendance. The school is able to offer a range of support to promote good attendance.

 

Good attendance is celebrated each week, with the best attending class having Eddy for the week in class. The class with the best attendance over the term is treated to delicious cookies baked by our school cook, Tina.

 

Annually, children with exceptional levels of attendance receive a trophy.

 


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