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Whole School Attendance Our School Target for 2016-17 was to meet the national average of 96%- our actual attendance is 96.3%, well done everyone!

Whole School Attendance 2016-2017 95.7%

Whole School Attendance 2015-2016 96.5%

Whole School Attendance 2014-2015 95.6%

Whole School Attendance 2013-14 96.6% We achieved our target, well done!

Whole School Attendance 2012-13 95.8%

School Attendance

Central to raising standards in education and ensuring all pupils can fulfil their potential is an assumption so widely understood that it is insufficiently stated – pupils need to attend school regularly to benefit from their education. Missing out on lessons leaves children vulnerable to falling behind. Children with poor attendance tend to achieve less in both primary and secondary school.

We report each class and whole school attendance to parents on our monthly school newsletter. Parents will be given information about their child’s attendance record three times a year. Parents will be made aware if the school is monitoring their child’s attendance.

The government expects schools to:

Promote good attendance and reduce absence, including persistent absence.

Ensure every pupil has access to full-time education to which they are entitled; and act early to address patterns of absence.

Parents to perform their legal duty by ensuring their children of compulsory school age who are registered at school attend regularly.

All pupils to be punctual to their lessons.

School Attendance DFE November 2013

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