WEEKLY SCHOOL ATTENDANCE
Our overall school attendance for the week 14/1/19 - 18/1/19 was 95.5%. This again is an improvement on last week.
Thank you for your support in helping us achieve this. Congratulations go to Mrs Cranshaw's Year 5 Class who achieved the highest class attendance this week at 98.5%; well done to you all.
We now have displayed in school our 'Mount Attendance'. This is a mountain with all of the teacher's gorgeous photographs placed on the side of the mountain. The purpose of 'Mount Attendance' is to encourage all pupils to help their class teacher reach the 100% summit of the mountain by attending school regularly and on time.
We had 3 classes reach the summit in the week of 7/1/19 - 11/1/19 which was amazing. Unfortunately, no class reached the summit the week of 14/1/19 - 18/1/19, however, we continue to strive for improvement and hope a lot more of our classes reach the summit at some point. No pupil wants to see their class teacher's photograph at the bottom of the mountain.
You can help your child's class reach the summit by ensuring they attend school regularly and on time. You may think that lateness does not affect class attendance, however, any child who arrives to school after 9.30am is recorded as unauthorised after registration and this DOES impact on their attendance.
Thank you for your support in ensuring regular school attendance and punctuality.
On the last day of every half-term and every full term, pupils who have achieved 100% attendance with no lates will receive an Attendance Certificate from the Headteacher in the whole school assembly.
Classes who have achieved the highest attendance over the half-term and full term will also receive a Class Attendance Certificate.
Attendance Reward Activity
Tuesday 26th September 66 children will be spending time on our bouncy castle to celebrate 100% attendance, no lates/one session missed only. We'd love more to join the party next time .....
What an amazing start to the year - our first full week back and we were already over the National Average of 96% with a fantastic 96.4%!!!!!!!!!!! We are feeling positive that the rest of the year we will continue to be in line with the National Average. Charlie Top Banana's is also happy to see so many children back in school, eager to learn and have fun.
2016/17 Attendance Overview
School attendance for the year has finished at 93.8%. 2.2% are unauthorised absences and 4% are authorised.
We hope you will help us to reach the National Average of 96% next year and only keep your children off when necessary.
We hope you have a relaxing break and your children come back refreshed on Wednesday 6th September. These first few days are crucial for a child settling into their new classes and routines. Good luck to all our leavers xxxxx
Merchants Reward Trip
Our Merchants trip yesterday was a great success. 73 children and 12 staff attended: all children got involved in basketball, dodgeball, parachute games and team races. A very well done to all children whose behaviour and teamwork skills were praised by the sports coaches. There were happy faces all around.
Let's raise the bar again for the summer term trip!!!!!
#100% #half-a-day #no lates
Every Minute Counts - School Attendance for the
week of 8th May was 94.7% We are getting closer to the National Average of 96% so keep up the good work parents and carers
Base 4 are doing incredibly well by achieving 100% attendance AGAIN alongside Miss Stobb's Year 6 class. Well done to both