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Important Information

Attendance

The School Day

Regular attendance at school is the legal responsibility of the parents.

  • School opens to students:
    8.30am
    (no supervision before this time)
  • Morning registration:
    8.45 – 9.10am
  • Period 1: 
    9.10 – 10.10am
  • Period 2: 
    10.10 – 11.10am 
  • Breaktime:
    11.10 – 11.25am
  • Period 3: 
    11.25am – 12.25pm 
  • Lunchtime:
    12.25 – 1.15pm
  • Reading Period:
    1.15 – 1.35pm
  • Period 4: 
    1.35 – 2.30pm
  • Period 5: 
    2.30 – 3.25pm
  • School ends:
    3.25pm

Attendance Target

Our target is 96% and above.

Excellent

100%

Good

96 – 99%

Unsatisfactory

91 – 95%

Serious Concern / Persistently Absent

90% or less

 

First Day of Absence

If your child is too ill to attend school then the school must be alerted on the first day that they are absent, no later than 9am.  It is vital that this contact is made as soon as possible, so that we can fully adhere to our safeguarding procedures.  This is done daily regardless, to ensure the situation has not changed and if a poorly child is now in school.

You can contact the school on 01782 552 100 first thing in the morning.  If this does not happen, we will be contacting you via a system called SchoolComms to inquire why your child is absent from school.  This will be by text, voicemail or a message left on your telephone.

If we do not hear from you, this will be recorded as an unauthorised absence and our safeguarding procedures will be actioned.

Unauthorised absence can put your child at risks that are beyond the control of the school or you as parents. We work closely with the EWW and local police, who regularly visit the school to build up relationships with pupils, offering support wherever possible.

Achieve Excellent Attendance

Parents’ Checklist:

  • Telephone school on the first day of your child’s absence and subsequently each day they are absent.
  • Ensure that contact numbers are up to date.
  • Encourage your child to aim for 100% attendance each term.
  • If problems persist, then do not hesitate to contact the school to discuss them.