We have high expectations for attendance and expect children to be in school everyday.
Regular attendance at school is good for children. It helps their social development, health, and mental wellbeing. Pupils who attend school regularly improve their chances of being academically successful.
Poor attendance can have an adverse impact on, friendship groups, self-confidence, resilience, and social, emotional and mental health. It can have a damaging effect on a child’s education and most work missed during an absence may never effectively be made up. There is a proven link between poor school attendance and low levels of achievement.
Pupils are expected to attend school punctually every day they are required to be at school.
The school gates open at 8.40am and the school days starts at 8.55am. Pupils should be in their classrooms, ready to begin lessons at this time.
The morning register will be marked by 9.05am. Pupils will receive a late mark if they are not in their classroom by this time. Pupils attending after this time will receive a mark to show that they were on site, but this will count as a late mark.
Lateness can seriously affect a child's life chances and can result in;
Please ensure your child is on time for school so they can make the most of every day.
Unfortunately not the ones with chocolate chips.
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