Diary Dates

  • Every child is expected to attend school every day with a minimum expectation of 95% attendance
  • All children should arrive in school at 8:50am
  • Individual attendance is monitored daily
  • Class attendance is monitored weekly
  • To encourage excellent attendance, the class with the highest weekly attendance is rewarded by Belle the Badger spending the following week in class compiling a diary of his activities.
  • At the end of the school year any child who has achieved 95% attendance each term goes into a raffle to win a brand new bike.
  • At the end of each half term we hold a tea party for all those children who have achieved 100% attendance.

This half term these pupils achieved 100%:

Congratulations to our 100% Attenders this half term who enjoyed a special tea party. They are: Aila, Aayan, Aaron, Chloe, Sienna, Amirah, Janelle, Artem, Noah, Ellie-Rose, Testimony, Delfina, Kamil, Maryama, Kane, Rayan, Layla, Jibril, Alex, Zahra, Sasha, Ermia, Madeeha, Abdulhakim, Tyler, Kael, Helen, Haris, Kharell, Blossom, Taliah, Tarliah, Savannah, Esmanur, Jonathan, Bethany, Calleja, Jibril, Daniia, Noman, Kartez, Aurora, Tiana, Freya-Mai, Nermine, Jacob, Rahmah, Ayah, Divyanshi, Adam, Aroush, Alexis, Alyan, Jabir, Rayan, Zakaria, Naser, Manahil, Reuben, Jariyyullah, Salman, Alessandro, Chayce, Nasri, Asmir, Casey, Noor, Macy, Lola, Omer, Duni, Fatima, Raissa, Adam, Rafaella, Sabrina

  • Should pupils be absent due to sickness, parents and carers are expected to phone the office on the first and every day of illness and every day that your child is absent, before 9.30am.
  • School attendance meetings are held for reception age children where attendance has become a cause for concern. This is a supportive meeting between the Education Welfare Officer, school nurse, pastoral lead and parents/carers.
  • School attendance panel meetings are held for year 1 – year 6 pupils where attendance has become a cause for concern. This is a meeting between the head teacher, education welfare officer, pastoral lead and parents/carers.