Our school is committed to ensure regular attendance at school is a priority which will in turn provide pupils with the best possible chances in life to succeed and to achieve their goals.
Regular school attendance is essential for all children and young people. Failure to regularly attend can increase the risk of leaving school without any qualifications, and can also increase the likelihood of pupils being drawn into criminal and anti-social behaviour.
Our school will endeavour to work with parents, pupils, the local authority and Central South Consortium Joint Education Services to ensure that all pupils receive an appropriate education and to attend school regularly.
Please see out Attendance Policy for more information. Please note that NO HOLIDAYS WILL BE AUTHORISED DURING THE NATIONAL TESTING PERIOD - 7th - 14th May 2019.
e are continually looking to improve our attendance figures and have a range of strategies to help support good attendance. All parents are kept informed about their child’s attendance figures through the Callio scheme. We also give out certificates for good attendance and have a termly “100” club for the best attendance.
Please help us to improve attendance by following our school’s attendance policy. Please contact Mr. Lambert or Mrs. Brown if you need any further information.