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Attendance

Daily attendance is essential if children are to reach their full potential. Our target as a school is that each child will have an attendance of 96% or more. Please read the letter from Miss Barton explaining more about attendance.

 

Sam Hurst, an Education Social Worker, works closely with the school and is able to offer support or discuss any concerns you have about attendance. Please contact the school office to arrange an appointment with her.

 

Punctuality

Arriving late regularly is unsettling not just for your child, but also the rest of the class. Arriving late can also have a huge impact on your child’s learning.

 

Key Stage 1

8.45am The doors open

8.50am The school day starts (register is taken). Any children arriving after this time will receive a Late mark (before registers closed) on their attendance record.

 

Key Stage 2

8.45am The doors open

8.45am The school day starts (register is taken). Any children arriving after this time will receive a Late mark (before registers closed) on their attendance record.

 

Any children who arrive after the register closes will receive a Late mark on their attendance record, which is an unauthorised absence.

 

Parents should ensure their child arrives promptly each day.

 

Medical Appointments

Where possible, medical appointments must be arranged for the end of the day, not the start of the day.

 

Illness

Parents should call the school office and leave a message each day their child is ill. Please ensure you provide details of the illness, so we can update our records.

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