Attendance

Weekly Attendance Winners

8-12th January Miya 3DM, Libby 3P

15-19th January Hannah 6W, Taye 1M

22-26th January Myles 4H, Joe 6A

29th January-2nd February Caleb 6A, Sofia 4G

Class 100% Winners (who get to look after Luke our Super Hero Bear for the week)

8-12th January 1M and RC

15-19th January RC

22-26th January RC (100%)

29th January-2nd February RC (100%)

 

This is Luke. He is our class weekly attendance Super Hero Bear. Each week whichever class has the highest percentage attendance wins a HERO cape ticket for their class chart. At the end of the year, the class with the most HERO tickets and the class with the highest attendance (this could be the class whose attendance has been the second highest each week) will be able to choose a whole class reward.

Each week we have a prize draw for every child in school who has achieved 100% attendance that week. There are two names picked out, one in each Celebration Worship on a Friday afternoon. The lucky winners get to choose a prize from the 100% attendance box which is filled full of fun and colourful stationery.

At the end of each half-term, four names are drawn from a hat who have achieved 100% attendance that half-term, and these pupils are awarded with a certificate and a £5 Amazon gift card.

At the end of the year, each child who has managed to gain 100% attendance for the whole of the academic year is invited to celebrate at a tea party with Mrs Cowey. They are awarded with a certificate, a present and share some tasty treats.

 

 

 

Above 97%: Less than 6 days absence a year

Excellent attendance!  These young people will almost certainly get the best grades they can, leading to better prospects for the future.  Pupils will also get into a habit of attending school which will help in the future.

95%: 10 days absence a year

These pupils are likely to achieve good grades and form a habit of attending school regularly. Pupils who take a 2 week holiday every year can only achieve 95% attendance.

90%: 19 days absence a year

Young people in this group are missing a month of school per year; it will be difficult for them to achieve their best.

85%: 29 days absence a year 

The Government classes Young People in this group as “Persistent Absentees”, and it will be almost impossible to keep up with work.  Parents of young people in this group could also face the possibility of legal action being taken by the Local Authority.

 

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