Excellent attendance at school allows a child to have the best possible start in life.
Going to school regularly is important for your child's future. Parents / carers are responsible for making sure their child receives full-time education. Parents are legally responsible for making sure that children attend school. If your child doesn't go to school, you could be fined or prosecuted.
There are lots of reasons why a child should attend school:
Good school attendance is not just beneficial, it's essential. Attending school is directly linked to improved exam performance which should in turn lead to further learning opportunities and better job prospects when the child grows up.
Going to school helps to develop:
You can do this by...
To avoid disrupting your child's education, you should arrange (as far as possible), appointments and outings:
(Week ending 13th January 2023)
Key Stage 1
Key Stage 2
Whole School Attendance = 94.08% to date
Whole School Attendance this week = 97.28%