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Attendance W/C 2nd May

Friday, 12 May 2017

•Reception 96%
•Year 1 94%
•Year 2 98%
•Year 3 92%
•Year 4 98%
•Year 5 95%
•Year 6 100% Well done!

Average overall attendance was 96%. Good attendance achieved

A reminder that leave of absence can only be granted under exceptional circumstances. The Government are quite clear on the importance of children’s full attendance in school and Headteachers’ responsibilities in ensuring maximum attendance.

Leave of absence is judged on individual merit and circumstances judged in line with other schools in the area to ensure a consistent approach is achieved by all local schools.

Attendance WC 24th April

Tuesday, 9 May 2017

•Reception 99%
•Year 1 100% Well done!
•Year 2 98%
•Year 3 99%
•Year 4 98%
•Year 5 94%
•Year 6 96%

Average overall attendance was 98%. Very good attendance achieved

A reminder that leave of absence can only be granted under exceptional circumstances. The Government are quite clear on the importance of children’s full attendance in school and Headteachers’ responsibilities in ensuring maximum attendance.

Leave of absence is judged on individual merit and circumstances judged in line with other schools in the area to ensure a consistent approach is achieved by all local schools.

Attendance W/C 13th February

Tuesday, 7 March 2017

•Reception 95%
•Year 1 88%
•Year 2 96%
•Year 3 98%
•Year 4 96%
•Year 5 87%
•Year 6 95%

Average overall attendance was 94%.

A reminder that leave of absence can only be granted under exceptional circumstances. The Government are quite clear on the importance of children’s full attendance in school and Headteachers’ responsibilities in ensuring maximum attendance.

Leave of absence is judged on individual merit and circumstances judged in line with other schools in the area to ensure a consistent approach is achieved by all local schools.

Attendance W/C 16th January

Thursday, 26 January 2017

•Reception 96%
•Year 1 96%
•Year 2 97%
•Year 3 98.3%
•Year 4 98%
•Year 5 96%
•Year 6 97%

Average overall attendance was 97%.

Good attendance achieved this week!

A reminder that leave of absence can only be granted under exceptional circumstances. The Government are quite clear on the importance of children’s full attendance in school and Headteachers’ responsibilities in ensuring maximum attendance.

Leave of absence is judged on individual merit and circumstances judged in line with other schools in the area to ensure a consistent approach is achieved by all local schools.

Attendance w/c 28th November

Thursday, 8 December 2016

•Reception 96%
•Year 1 95%
•Year 2 95%
•Year 3 98%
•Year 4 95%
•Year 5 92%
•Year 6 97%

Average overall attendance was 96%.

Good attendance achieved this week!

A reminder that leave of absence can only be granted under exceptional circumstances. The Government are quite clear on the importance of children’s full attendance in school and Headteachers’ responsibilities in ensuring maximum attendance.

Leave of absence is judged on individual merit and circumstances judged in line with other schools in the area to ensure a consistent approach is achieved by all local schools.

Attendance w/c 5th October

Tuesday, 13 October 2015

•Reception 98.7%
•Year 1 98.7%
•Year 2 99%
•Year 3 98%
•Year 4 93%
•Year 5 95%
•Year 6 95%

Average overall attendance was 97%.

Good attendance achieved this week!

A reminder that leave of absence can only be granted under exceptional circumstances. The Government are quite clear on the importance of children’s full attendance in school and Headteachers’ responsibilities in ensuring maximum attendance.

Leave of absence is judged on individual merit and circumstances judged in line with other schools in the area to ensure a consistent approach is achieved by all local schools.

Attendance w/c 28th September

Tuesday, 6 October 2015

•Reception 97%
•Year 1 100%
•Year 2 98%
•Year 3 99%
•Year 4 98%
•Year 5 99%
•Year 6 93%

Average overall attendance was 98%.

Very good attendance achieved this week!

A reminder that leave of absence can only be granted under exceptional circumstances. The Government are quite clear on the importance of children’s full attendance in school and Headteachers’ responsibilities in ensuring maximum attendance.

Leave of absence is judged on individual merit and circumstances judged in line with other schools in the area to ensure a consistent approach is achieved by all local schools.

Attendance w/c 14th September

Wednesday, 23 September 2015

•Reception 99%
•Year 1 99.6%
•Year 2 93%
•Year 3 93%
•Year 4 98%
•Year 5 96%
•Year 6 96%

Average overall attendance was 96%.

Good attendance achieved this week!

A reminder that leave of absence can only be granted under exceptional circumstances. The Government are quite clear on the importance of children’s full attendance in school and Headteachers’ responsibilities in ensuring maximum attendance.

Leave of absence is judged on individual merit and circumstances judged in line with other schools in the area to ensure a consistent approach is achieved by all local schools.

Attendance

Monday, 14 September 2015

Again attendance has come under the spotlight in the press. It is very difficult for Headteachers to grant any leave of absence unless the circumstances are exceptional. The Government directive is very clear about children not attending school.

As an area, the Bedworth Primary Schools regularly discuss attendance and work together to improve outcomes for all children. The new regulations have been in place for a year now and at our meetings we will be discussing the issue of fines.

We will be updating our attendance policy over the next month and parents will be notified when this is available on the school website.

If any parents have concerns or questions please call in to discuss them with Mrs Browne.

Attendance w/c 6th June

Monday, 13 July 2015

•Reception 99.3%
•Year 1 98%
•Year 2 99%
•Year 3 99%
•Year 4 98%
•Year 5 98%
•Year 6 95%

Average overall attendance was 98%.

Very Good attendance achieved this week!

A reminder that leave of absence can only be granted under exceptional circumstances. The Government are quite clear on the importance of children’s full attendance in school and Headteachers’ responsibilities in ensuring maximum attendance.

Leave of absence is judged on individual merit and circumstances judged in line with other schools in the area to ensure a consistent approach is achieved by all local schools.