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Academic Year 2017-2018

 

A new year and a new focus to ensure we meet our target for our attendance, we are determined to reach a mimimum of 97% this year and are launching some new initiatives to help us to achieve this. We will also be working with Claire Gardner (Attendance Officer) who will be visiting the families of our persistent absentees/late pupils.

 

We are also joining forces with Vision Education to launch the Attendance Hero campaign and Matthew will visit school on Monday 2nd October to introduce the scheme to our pupils and inform them of the rewards they can win for improving their attendance. 

 

 

 

 

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Week Commencing 9th October 2017

 

Once again we have a marked improvement in our attendance this week with whole school reaching 96.1% and meeting the governments expected level. Our late marks are also starting to fall with just 37 for the whole school this week. 

 

Lower School:

The winners of the attendance award this week with 97.1% is Miss Clarke's year 2 class.

The winners of the early bird award this week with just 1 late mark is a 3 way tie between Miss Anderson, Mrs Thomson & Mrs Leadbeater.

 

Upper school:

The winners of the attendance award this week is tie between Mrs McGettrick & Mr Garrod with a fabulous 98.2%.

The Early bird award this week also goes to Mr Garrod with just 1 late mark.

 

 

Attendance week commencing 02/10/2017

 

The first week of our new attendance challenge got off to a flying start with 207 children having 100% attendance and no late marks and getting their first visit to the rewards shop.

 

This intern had a positive impact on attendance raising it from 93.3% last week to 94.7% this week. We still have a few children who have taken term time holidays and when they return we should be able to get closer to our target.

 

The winners of class awards this week are:

Lower School:

Miss Clarke 100% attendance

Mrs Thomson 2 late marks 

 

Upper School:

Mr Garrod 99.1%

Mr Garrod & Mrs Miller with 0 late marks

 

Attendance Week commencing 25/09/2017

 

Lower School:

The winners of the attendance award this week is Miss Anderson's Reception class who achieved an amazing 100% attendance this week. Unfortunately only 1 other class met the expected standard of above 96%.

 

The Early bird winner was Mrs Thomson's class who recorded no late marks.

 

Upper School:

Attendance in the upper school was particularly poor this week with no classes reaching the required 96%, in fact the class with the highest attendance was Mrs Lynch with just 94.6%.

 

The Early bird award was shared by Mrs McGettrick and Mrs Miller with just 3 late marks.

 

Overall our attendance has fallen again this week and is well below expected standard at just 93.3%.

 

 

 

Attendance Week commencing 11/09/2017

 

Lower School:

The winners this week are Mrs Thomson's class with 97.6%, closely followed by Mrs Leadbeater on 97.1%. 

Upper School:

A great week for Mr Roberts class who achieved 99.6%.

 

Overall despite the drop in attendance in the lower school our attendance for this week is 95.6%, this has improved on last week but still falls short of national average and is well below our school target of 97%. The number of late marks has doubled this week to 4, please try to ensure your child is here on time as they are missing valuable time in class.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Attendance week commencing 04/09/2017

 

Lower School:

The classes within the lower part of school had an outstanding start to the new year with Mrs Thomson, Miss Anderson, Mrs Leadbeater and Miss Clarke's classes all achieving 100% in the first week. Unfortunately Mrs Armitage's class fell well below on 84.3%.

 

Upper School:

Mr Garrod's class were the winners of the attendance award for the upper school with 98.9%, with just 2 other classes reaching national target of 96.1%.

 

Whole school attendance for the week is just 94.9%, the upper school falling well below expected has had a detrimental affect on our overall figure despite the fantastic results from the lower school.

Overall the children were keen to arrive on time as only 20 late marks were recorded.

 

Good Attendance is key to your child reaching their maximum potential. At Waverley our aim is to reach 97% attendance for the academic year 2016-2017.

Attendance for the year 2016-2017

 

The attendance for the whole school for the year ends well short of both the Governments and the schools targets finishing the year at 95.0%. The number of late marks for the whole school is 2356 which once again is very high. Attendance will again be a focus for the school during the next academic year and we will be working closely with the Local Authority and our new attendance officer.

 

The grid below shows how your child's class has compared to the others in school:

Class % Attendance Late Marks
Mrs Leadbeater 94.9 176
Miss Anderson 93.3 148
Mrs Armitage 95.4 166
Mrs Thomsom 93.7 387
Miss Clarke 95.2 199
Mrs Dalkin 96 188
Mrs McGovern 94.3 261
Mrs Miller 94.4 231
Mr Garrod 96.2 194
Mrs McGettrick 95.3 224
Mrs Sample 95.8 271

 

We have 26 pupils who have achieved 100% attendance for the full year and have received their awards from Mrs Leeming in assembly today, a huge congratulations to them all.

 

Attendance Week Commencing 10/07/2017

 

Lower School:

The winners of the attendance award this week with a brilliant 99.5% is Mrs Leadbeater's class, the Early Bird award is going to Mrs Armitage with just 2 late marks.

 

Upper School:

The winners of the attendance award this week with an amazing 100% for the 2nd week in a row is Mr Garrod's class, the Early Bird award is shared this week with Mrs Sample and Mrs McGettrick's classes both having just 1 late mark each.

 

Overall this week our attendance has fallen again down to 94.7%, this is a major issue for the school and impacts on your child's education. We will once again be reviewing our procedures in September in line with the Local Authority's changes regarding persistent absenteeism. 

Attendance week commencing 03/07/2017

 

There has been an improvement overall in the attendance this week with the whole school attendance reaching 95.6%, this is heading in the right direction but still well below the expected level of 96.1%. We still have 30 children who are on track to receive their 100% rewards in just two weeks time. Late marks has also decreased this week with 58 for the whole school. 

 

Lower School:

The winners of the attendance award goes this week to Mrs Leadbeater's Reception class with a fabulous 97.1%, well done to you all. The award for Early Birds goes to Mrs Armitage with ZERO  late marks recorded. 

 

Upper School:

We have joint winners of the attendance award this week both Mrs Miller and Mr Garrod's class with an amazing 

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A huge congratulations to both classes for their fabulous achievement this week.

The award for Early Birds goes to Mrs Dalkin's class with just 2 late marks this week.

 

 

Attendance week commencing 26/06/2017

 

Overall attendance has improved slightly this week rising to 94.1%, however this is still well below the expected level. The number of late marks is also starting to rise with 61 late marks this week, this is an increase for the 3rd week in a row.

 

Lower school:

Winners of the attendance award is Mrs Armitage with 96.3%, she was the only class in the lower school to achieve the government standard. The Early Birds award goes to Miss Clarke's class with just 1 late mark.

 

Upper School:

Winners of this attendance award is Mr Garrod's class with a fabulous 97.5%, again this is the only class to achieve the expected standard. the award for the least mark's goes to Mrs Lynch's class who received no late marks at all this week.

 

On a positive note we still have 33 children with just 3 weeks to go who are still on track to receive 100% for the whole year. 

 

Attendance Week commencing 19/06/2017

 

Term time holidays has had a major impact on our attendance once again this week, with only 2 classes across the whole school reaching the governments expected level of 96.1%. Whole school attendance for the week is 93.6% with 51 late marks. This means overall for the year to date the whole school attendance has fallen to 95.2% well below both the governments and Mrs Leeming's target.

 

Lower School:

The winners of the attendance award this week with 97.7% is Miss Clarke's year 2 class, they also win the Early Bird award along with Mrs Armitage's class with just 3 late marks each.

 

Upper School:

The winners of the attendance award for the upper school goes to Mrs Sample's class with 96.9% and the Early Bird award goes to Mrs Lynch's class with just 1 late mark this week.

 

 

 

 

Attendance week commencing 05/06/2017

 

Despite this being a short week we have had still had a poor week with our attendance. Overall the school achieved 92.5% which is well below the governments expected level of 96.1% and has had a huge impact on our attendance for the year which fell to 95.3%.

 

Lower School:

It was a very poor week for the lower school with not a single class achieving above 95%, the best class attendance this week goes to Miss Anderson with just 94.7%. The Early bird award for least late marks goes to Mrs Armitage's class with no recorded late marks.

 

Upper School:

The upper school attendance was significantly better with just 2 classes below 95%. The winners this week is Mrs Sample's class with 99.5%, a huge well done to them. The Early bird award goes to Mrs Miller with just 2 late marks this week.

 

We have just 6 weeks left and as usual the summer term is very busy with lots of fun things happening that your child will miss out on. 

Attendance up to the end of summer first half term

 

We have had both highs and lows on the attendance front this half term with us achieving two weeks of over 97% and then dropping to just 92.5% in the last week of term.

The class attendance for the year to date is:

Mrs Leadbeater 95.4%

Miss Anderson 93.5%

Mrs Armitage 95.7%

Mrs Thomson 94.2%

Miss Clarke 95.5%

Mrs Dalkin 96.1%

Mrs Miller 94.3%

Mrs McGovern 95.3%

Mrs Sample 95.7%

Mrs McGettrick 95.8%

Mr Garrod 96.2%

Overall for the year to date the school is standing at 95.4%, this is below both governments expected target and well below the 97% set by Mrs Leeming.

We will continue to actively chase any absentees in the last 7 weeks to try and achieve our targets.

 

We still have 42 pupils with 100% attendance for the whole year and they will be rewarded in the last week of the school year for their fantastic achievement. 

Week Commencing 15/5/2017

 

It has been a poor week on the attendance front with the whole school attendance dropping from 97% for the last two weeks down to 94% this week. 

 

Lower School:

Despite this Mrs Armitage's class has shone with 100% this week, so a huge congratulations go out to them. The winners of the Early Bird award this week is Miss Anderson with 4 late marks.

 

Upper School:

Mrs Miller's class has stormed to victory this week with 99.2%, with Mrs Dalkin's class winning the Early Birds with just 2 late marks.

 

We need one final push next week to try and raise our attendance before we begin the half term break and then the final run in to the summer holidays. 

Week Commencing 08/05/2017

 

It has been another really positive week for attendance this week with the whole school reaching an amazing 97.0%.

Lower School:

The award for attendance goes to Mrs Leadbeater's class with 98.1% and the Early Bird award goes to Mrs Armitage with just 3 late marks this week.

 

Upper School:

It has been a tough week for the older children in school this week as they have all been sitting their SATs test, yet once again they have smashed through the schools targets for attendance in all but 1 class. It was once again a very close race but this weeks winners of the attendance award is Mrs Lynch (Mrs McGettrick) class who need to reach absolute perfection (100%) and 0 late marks in order to triumph in both Categories. 

 

 

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Week Commencing 01/05/2017

 

Although this has been a short week it has also been an outstanding week for attendance. Not only have we surpassed the government target of 96.1% we have also exceeded Mrs Leeming's school target of 97.1% this week. Our overall attendance for the whole school is an amazing 97.2%. 

Huge Congratulations to everyone.

 

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Lower School:

The attendance award for the lower school goes to Miss Anderson this week 98.7% and the Early bird award goes to Mrs Leadbeater with just 1 late mark. Well done reception!!!!

 

Upper School:

The upper school attendance was outstanding this week with 5 of the 6 classes achieving above the schools target of 97.1% but the award this week goes to Mrs McGovern's class who achieved 100% and the Early bird award was a tie between Mrs Dalkin & Mrs McGettrick's class with 2 late marks each.

Attendance up to the end of Spring Term

 

The class attendance for the Spring term is:

Mrs Leadbeater 95.7%

Miss Anderson 93.8%

Mrs Armitage 95.6%

Miss Clarke 96.5%

Mrs Thomson 94.0%

Mrs Dalkin 96.2%

Mrs Miller 93.7%

Mrs McGovern 94.9%

Mrs Sample 95.4%

Mrs McGettrick 95.7%

Mr Garrod 95.9%

 

Overall our attendance has increased to 95.4%, however this is still below the government and the schools expectations. 

 

We have 105 Children who have achieved 100% for the Spring term and 58 children who have 100% for the year from September. A huge congratulations go out to all these pupils. 

 

 

Attendance Week Commencing 27/03/2017

 

Lower School:

Congratulations to Miss Clarke's Year 2 class who have won this weeks attendance award with 97.8%, this was very closely followed by Mrs Leadbeater's class with 97.1%. Unfortunately the lower school has been hit by a sickness bug and they are the only two classes to achieve above the national standard.

 

The number of late marks continue to improve and Miss Anderson's Reception class take the award with just 3 late marks this week.

 

Upper School:

Attendance in the upper school this week was a lot more consistent with 4 classes achieving above national expectation, however the win this week goes to Mrs Sample's class with attendance of 98.8%.

 

The number of late marks recorded across the upper school was shared very equally this week, therefore we have a 3 way tie for the Early Bird award between all three of the year 5/6 classes each with 3 late marks each. Congratulations to Mrs Sample, Mr Garrod and Mrs McGettrick's classes.

 

Overall the schools attendance has taken a dip this week with just 94% overall, we need to continue to push forward to ensure we meet our year end target.

Attendance Week Commencing 20/03/2017

 

Lower School:

It has been a fantastic week for the lower school again this week with just 1 of the 5 classes not reaching the national target of 95%. The winner this week with an great 97.5% is Mrs Armitage's class who has also achieved above the target set by school of 97%..

 

Once again the number of late marks is reducing with just 23 for the whole of the lower school. The winner of the Early Bird award this week with 0 late marks is the fabulous Miss Anderson's class. 

 

Upper School:

Again in the upper part of school we have just 1 class falling below the expected target of 95%, the winner of the attendance award this week is Mrs Miller's class with an excellent 98.4%.

 

The late marks are evenly spread across the upper part of the school with Mrs Sample's class just pipping Mr Garrod and Mrs McGovern to the award with just 2 late marks recorded.

 

Lets keep the good work going right up till the summer.

Attendance Week commencing 13/03/17

 

Lower School:

Congratulations to Mrs Armitage's class who have won this weeks attendance award with 97.9%. It was very close across the whole of the lower school with just 3% between all 5 classes. 

 

The Early bird award goes to Miss Clarke's class with just 1 late mark. 

This has been a great week for the lower school with just 20 late marks across the 5 classes.

 

Upper School:

The winner of the attendance award with a near perfect 99.2% this week is Mr Garrod, it has been a fabulous week for the upper school with 4 of the 6 classes achieving above 95%.

 

The Early Bird award goes to Mrs McGettrick's class with just 2 late marks recorded this week.

 

Overall our attendance this week is 96.1%, which is still below our end of year target of 97%. Please continue to support our attendance initiatives by getting your child/children to school each day and on time.

Attendance Week commencing 06/03/2017

 

Lower School:

Congratulations to Miss Anderson 's reception class who this week won both the attendance award with 99.4% and the Early Bird award with zero late marks this week. What a fantastic effort by all the children no

 

Upper School:

The attendance award this week goes to Mrs McGovern's class with a perfect 100% smiley

The Early Bird award also went to LKS2 with Mrs Miller's class winning with only 2 late marks.

 

Well done everyone keep up the outstanding work.

Attendance Week commencing 27/2/2017

 

Overall our attendance is continuing to reach the expected target 95%, however we like to aim high at Waverley and our aim is to achieve 97% by the end of the academic year.

 

Lower School:

The lower school have had another outstanding week with all but one class achieving above 97%. Huge congratulations go out to all our pupils in Reception and KS1, however we still need a winner and this week it was a perfect score for:

 

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Miss Anderson's Reception class that takes the win this week. 

 

The early bird award goes to both Mrs Leadbeater and Miss Clarke with just 1 late mark each.

 

Upper School:

There are two classes this week who are way ahead of the others and the only classes to achieve over 95% for the upper school. This weeks winners with a fabulous 99.2% is Mrs Sample.

 

The Early bird award again is shared between two classes with both Mr Garrod and Mrs Mcgettrick's classes having 4 late marks each.

 

Overall for the end of term 3 our attendance is continuing to improve, please continue to support us by getting your child to school and on time. Thanks

Attendance Week Commencing 13/02/2017

 

Lower School:

Congratulations to Mrs Leadbeater's Reception class who have won the attendance award for the 2nd week in a row with 98.1%. The lower school have had a fantastic week with just one class falling below the expected level. Mrs Armitage has won the Early Bird award with NO late marks recorded for the week. 

 

Upper School:

Mrs Sample's Year 5/6 class have come out on top this week achieving 98.8%, this was a very good week for the upper school with only 1 class dropping below the expected level. Mrs McGettrick's class have come out on top this week for the Early Bird award with just 2 late marks.

 

Overall our attendance this week is 96.4% and our late Marks have fallen to 52. Keep up the good work everybody, our aim for the whole year is to achieve 97% and we are currently below this level.

Class Attendance Since Sept 2016

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Attendance Week Commencing 06/02/2017

 

Lower School:

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Huge congratulations to Mrs Leadbeater's class who have achieved an amazing 100% this week to win the award with perfect attendance. Miss Anderson's Reception class have won the Early Bird award with just 1 late mark. Well done to all our Reception children.

 

 

Upper School:

The winners of the attendance award this week goes to Mr Garrod with 98.3% this was very closely followed by Mrs Sample on 98.1%. These two classes have done extremely well this week as they have also tied to win the Early Bird award with just 3 late marks each.

 

Overall attendance has improved this week with the school achieving 96.2%. Well done everyone, lets keep this going.

 

 

Attendance Week Commencing 30/01/2017

 

Our overall attendance is continuing to fall with the whole school only achieving 93.8% this week, which is well below both the schools and the governments expected targets. Improving our attendance figures is one of the schools main priorities this year and with this in mind we have carried out a review of our office processes and the attendance policy (this can be viewed on the policies section of the website).

 

Lower School:

The winner of our attendance award for the lower school this week goes to Mrs Armitage's class with 97.6%. The Early Bird award goes to Miss Anderson's class with just 2 late marks this week.

 

Upper School:

Huge congratulations to Mr Garrod's class this week who have won the attendance award this week with an amazing 99.6%. The Early bird award also goes to UKS2 with Mrs McGettrick's class winning with only 6 late marks this week.

Attendance Week Commencing 23/01/2017

 

The cold weather has had an impact on our attendance this week, with a number of children absent from school with flu like symptoms. This means our overall attendance has dropped significantly below the expected level to 93.8%. The number of late marks recorded this week has also increased to 76. Can I remind parents if your child enters school by the front door they will automatically receive a late mark. To ensure this does not happen, please ensure your child is in the school yard in time for the doors being opened at 8.55am.

 

Lower School:

Congratulations to Mrs Leadbeater's class who have come out on top with an amazing 99% attendance, once again our younger children are achieving the expected level with only 1 class dropping below the expected level. 

there was a tie this week with both Mrs Armitage & Miss Clarke's classes receiving just 6 marks each.

 

Upper School:

Well done to Mrs Dalkin's class who have won the attendance award with 97.2% this week. There is a 3-way tie for the early bird award between Mrs Dalkin's, Mrs McGettrick's & Mr Garrod's classes. 

 

 

Attendance Week commencing 16/01/2017

 

Lower School:

Congratulations to Miss Clarke's year 2 class who have won this week with a fantastic 99.3% attendance, this was followed by Mrs Thomson's class with 98.0%. Unfortunately these are the only two classes in the lower school who have achieved the government standard. 

It was very close between 3 classes for our Early bird award, but in the end Mrs Leadbeater's class won with just 4 late marks. Miss Anderson & Miss Clarke were joint 2nd with just 5 marks each.

 

Upper School:

The winner of this weeks attendance award with 97.6% is Mrs Dalkin's class. This was closely followed by Mrs McGovern and Mrs Miller's classes, so well done years 3/4 for taking the first three places this week. 

It has been an excellent week for Mrs Dalkin's class as they also take away the Early bird award with just 2 late marks.

 

Overall our attendance this week was 95.9% which is just below the expected figure of 96.1%. Late marks continue to be a concern as we had 69 pupils late for school this week.

 

Attendance Week commencing 09/01/2017

 

Lower School:

The winners of our attendance award in the lower school goes to Miss Clarke's class with an outstanding 99.6%. Overall our lower school attendance this week was excellent with just 1 class below the schools target of 96%.

 

Miss Anderson's reception children come out on top for the early bird award with just 1 late mark this week.

 

Upper School:

Mrs Dalkin's class are winners of the attendance award this week after a very close run with 97.6%. The Early bird award is shared by Mrs McGovern's & Mrs McGettrick's class with just 2 late marks each.

 

Overall:

Our attendance overall this week was 96.3%, well done everyone keep up the good work.

First Half Term Attendance

 

Attendance for the year to date for each class is:

 

Mrs Leadbeater's 95.5%

Miss Anderson 92.8%

Mrs Armitage 94.9%

Miss Clarke 95.9%

Mrs Thomson 94.2%

Mrs Dalkin 96.1%

Mrs Miller 93.9%

Mrs McGovern 94.9%

Mrs Sample 95.0%

Mrs McGettrick 96.5%

Mr Garrod 95.5%

 

Overall school achieved 95.2%

 

84 of our children achieved a 100% attendance in the Autumn term, congratulations to you all.

Attendance week commencing 19/12/2016

 

Lower School:

Congratulations to Miss Anderson's Reception class who achieved 96.5% this week, Mrs Leadbeater's reception class has won the Early Bird award with just 3 late marks. Well done Reception children.

 

Upper School:

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A huge congratulations go to Mr Garrod's year 5/6 class who despite being the last 4 days of term still achieved an amazing 100%.

There was a 3 way tie for the Early Bird award between Mrs Miller, Mrs McGovern and Mrs Sample.

 

Overall this week school achieved just 92.3% which is well below our target. 

 

 

 

Attendance Week Commencing 12/12/2016

 

Lower School:

Congratulations to Mrs Thomson's class who have achieved an amazing 99.3% this week. Miss Anderson 98.3% and Mrs Armitage 97.2% also beat the Waverley target of 97%.

 

The Early bird award goes to Mrs Leadbeater's Reception class with just 3 late marks this week.

 

Upper School:

Well done to Mrs Dalkin's class who have won the attendance award with 96.8% this week. The Early Bird award goes to Mrs Sample with just 1 late mark this week. 

 

Overall attendance this week was just 95.1% and we had 82 late marks across the school.

 

Only 4 days to go, lets keep on pushing to raise our attendance until the very end of term.

 

 

Attendance Awards week commencing 05/12/2016

 

Lower School

A huge well done to Miss Clarke's class who have won the attendance award with a FABULOUS 99.6% this week, this was closely followed by both Reception classes who both achieved over 97%. 

 

The Early bird award goes to Miss Anderson's reception class with just 5 late marks.

 

Upper School

Mrs Dalkin's class leads the way this week with an OUTSTANDING 99.2%, winning the award for the 2nd week in a row.

 

The Early bird award goes to Mr Garrod's class with 7 late marks recorded this week. 

 

Overall the school attendance dropped slightly to 95.9% but we are still working hard to ensure that we achieve 96% for the whole year.

 

Attendance Awards week commencing 28/11/2016

 

Lower School:

Our reception children are showing the way this week with Miss Anderson's class winning the attendance award with attendance of 97.8% which is up a massive 3.9% on last week and Mrs Leadbeater's class taking the Early bird award with just 3 late marks this week. Well done everyone keep up the good work.

 

Upper School:

Our older children have been outstanding this week with every single class achieving over 95%, however Mrs Dalkin's class has come out on top with attendance of an amazing 98.4%. Mrs Sample's children are very keen to get to school winning the Early Bird award for the 4th week in a row with just 2 late marks.

 

Overall it has been a good week attendance wise with the whole school reaching 96.5% and the number of late marks recorded dropping to 68. 

 

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Attendance Awards week commencing 21/11/2016

 

Lower School:

Congratulations go to Mrs Leadbeater's reception class who has won the attendance award this week with a fantastic 96.2%. The award for our Early Birds goes this week to Mrs Armitage's class who have only recorded 5 late marks this week.

 

Upper School:

Mrs McGovern's Year 3/4 class has stormed to victory this week with an outstanding 97.6% attendance this week. It was very close this week for our Early Bird award with Mrs Sample's class sneaking to victory with only 4 late marks, closely followed by Mrs Dalkin, Mrs Miller and Mr Garrod all on 5 each.

 

The overall attendance this week has improved this week to 95.4%, however the number of late marks recorded has increased to 88 marks. 

 

Please continue to support us as we strive to reach our target for the year of 97%.

Attendance Awards Week Commencing 14/11/2016

 

Our attendance has taken a dip this week with the whole school only achieving 94.6%, we also recorded 60 late marks in total.

 

Our award winners this week are:

 

Lower School

Mrs Armitage's class  win the attendance award with  97.9% and we have joint winners of our early bird award both Miss Anderson & Mrs Armitage with just 3 late marks each.

 

Upper School

Mrs Sample's class win the attendance award this week with 98.4% and again we have a two way tie for our early bird award with both Mrs Sample & Mr Garrod's classes only recording 2 late marks each.

 

 

 

 

Attendance Awards week commencing 07/11/2016

It has been another good week for attendance with the whole school once again reaching 96.2%.

Congratulations to Mrs Leadbeater's reception class who win the attendance award for the lower school with an amazing Image result for 100%attendance this week.

Mr Garrod's class has won the attendance award for the upper school, with a fantastic 99.6%.

 

The number of pupils late for school has increased this week to 86 for the week. The classes winning the Early Bird awards this week are Mrs Armitage (Lower) with just 1 late mark and Mrs Sample (Upper) with 5 late marks.

 

 

Attendance Awards Week commencing 31/10/16

 

Congratulations to Mrs Armitage's class for winning the attendance award this week for the lower school, with her class attendance reaching 99.1%. They also won the Early Bird award for the lower school with 0 late marks.

 

Mrs Dalkin's class leads the way for the upper school attendance with 100%, a huge well done.

 

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They share the Early bird award with Mrs Miller's class each receiving only 2 late marks this week.

 

Overall we had a good week with the whole school attendance reaching 96.4% and only 46 late marks. 

Autumn Term 1 (2016)

 

In the first half term of this year our attendance has increased to 95% across the school, with boys once again leading the way with 95.3% compared to girls of 94.7%. However this means that there has already been over 400 days of missed education since September.

 

Although this has improved slightly we must all work together to ensure that this continues to improve. We have introduced new attendance procedures and school and attendance service staff will be more challenging.

 

 

2015-2016 Attendance

 

Last year our attendance dropped to 94.8%, with boys achieving a higher level of 95.2% and girls just 94.4%. This is below the government expected level and therefore we will be working hard in the new year to raise this.

 

 

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