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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.

 

 

 

 

 

 

ACADEMIC YEAR 2018-2019

 

Welcome back to the start of the new academic year. Once again attendance is a priority at Waverley and we will be working hard to ensure that we meet the high target set by Mrs Leeming of 97% for the school year.

 

Once again we will be working closely with our Attendance Officer Mrs Gardner who is on hand to offer advice if you are having any issues with regards to your child's attendance at school.

 

Our attendance shop is open once again and the children will be rewarded each week, half term and termly.

 

We appreciate your support in assisting the children to attend school each day and on time. Thank you

 

 

 

Week commencing 15/10/2018

 

A huge congratulations to both Nursery & Year 2 who both acheived perfect attendance of 100% this week. This was well supported by Year 4 & Year 5 who also surpassed the government target of 96.1% this week. Well done to all of those children and their parents.

Overall this week we reached 95.6% slightly below our target, let's continue to support  our pupils to push hard for our final week of this half term.

Week commencing 8/10/2018

Congratulations to Year 3 who had the highest attendance this week at 96.9%, this was closely followed by Year 6 with 96.5%.

Overall attendance fell this week to 93.2%.

Please continue to encourage your child to maximise their attendance.

Week commencing 01/10/18

 

A huge congratulations to Year 1 who achieved 100% this week. Overall our attendance was 95.8% with 4 classes exceeding the government target of 96.1%.

 

Well done everyone keep up the good work.

 

 

Week 2

 

Congratulations to the following 3 classes who all exceeded the government target of 96.1% this week:

Nursery 97.9%

Year 3 96.9%

Year 1 96.8%

 

lets keep up the good work and see if the remaining classes can catch them up.

 

 

Week 1

 

Congratulations to Year 3 who have the best attendance in school this week with 99.7%, they have made an outstanding start to the year.

Week commencing 18/06/2018

Place

Class

% Attendance

1st

Year 3

96.0

2nd

Year 5

94.3

3rd

Reception

93.3

4th

Nursery

90.4

5th

Year 6

90.3

6th

Year 1

89.7

7th

Year 2

86.7

8th

Year 4

85.7

Whole School

 

91.0

Week commencing 11/06/2018

 

Place

Class

% Attendance

1st

Reception

99.7

2nd

Year 3

98.3

3rd

Nursery

97.0

4th

Year 5

96.6

5th

Year 2

93.3

6th

Year 4

91.1

7th

Year 6

90.6

8th

Year 1

90.3

Whole School

 

94.5

Week commencing 04/06/2018

Welcome back for the last few weeks of this year, attendance has rose across school again this week with us reaching 95.3%. This is still below our target so hopefully we can get this back up for the remaining weeks. Late marks dropped again this week with just 36 across school. Our new elcetronic sign in system will record the exact amount of time your child misses due to lateness or early collections and this will be monitored closely by the school.

Place

Class

% Attendance

1st

Reception

99.1%

2nd

Year 5

98.9%

3rd

Year 1

97.3%

4th

Year 6

95.1%

5th

Year 2

94.3%

6th

Year 6

93.9

7th

Nursery

93.6

8th

Year 3

91.0%

Whole School

 

95.3%

 

Week commencing 21/05/2018

After a fabulous week last week our attendance has taken a dip this week with the whole school dropping to 93.5%. Our late marks have also increased dramatically this week to 49.

 

Place

Class

% Attendance

1st

Year 2

97.1%

2nd

Nursery

96.8%

3rd

Year 5

96.3%

4th

Year 6

93.5%

5th

Year 1

92.7%

6th

Year 4

91.1%

7th

Year 3

91.0%

8th

Reception

90.9%

Whole School

 

93.5%

Week commencing 14/05/2018

 

It has been a fabulous week on the attendance front, with the whole school exceeding the governments national target by hittingt 96.2%, well done to everyone. Please lets continue to work hard to improve attendance across the school as we head into the last half term.

Place

Class

% Attendance

1st

Year 6

98.5%

2nd

Year 3

97.9%

3rd

Year 5

97.7%

4th

Year 4

97.1%

5th

Year 1

96.8%

6th

Nursery

96.8%

7th

Year 2

93.4%

8th

Reception

93.3%

Whole School

 

96.2%

Week commencing 07/05/2018

We have once again been hit by viruses this week which has had a major impact on our attendnce this week, we have dropped to 94%. Hopefully children will recover of the weekend and we can continue to chase our attendance target.

Place

Class

% Attendance

1st

Year 3

98.7%

2nd

Nursery

97.9%

3rd

Year 4

97.8%

4th

Reception

95.5%

5th

Year 5

92.9%

6th

Year 1

92.6%

7th

Year 6

92.3%

8th

Year 2

92.1%

Whole School

 

94.0%

Week commencing 30/04/2018

 

1st - Year 6 = 99.7%

2nd - Reception = 99.1%

3rd - Nursery = 98.4%

4th - Year 1 = 97.3%

5th - Year 3 = 94.9%

6th - Year 2 = 93.4%

7th - Year 4 = 92.5%

8th - Year 5 = 89.7%

 

Whole school 95.3%

 

Week commencing 16/04/2018

We have made a good start to the summer term with the whole school reaching 95.9% this week, let's hope with the summer sun shining that our attendance continues at this level.

1st - Year 6 = 99.4%

2nd - Year 4 = 98.6%

3rd - Nursery = 97.4%

4th - Year 1 = 96.8%

5th - Year 5 = 95.7%

6th - Year 3 = 95.1%

7th - Year 2 = 94.4%

8th - Reception = 90.9%

Attendance September to Easter

 

The schools target for the year is to achieve at least the national average of 96.1%. However as you can see below we are still a way off this target and we need to continue to work together to improve our overall attendance.

Rising 3's = 91.9%

Nursery = 93.9%

Reception = 95.2%

Year 1 = 94.8%

Year 2 = 95.7%

Year 3 = 94.2%

Year 4 = 94.8%

Year 5 = 95.5%

Year 6 = 94.9%

Whole School = 94.9%

 

As you can see we are well below our target, with no individual classes reaching 96%.

Attendance for Spring Term Jan - Easter

The schools target is to achieve 96% for the year.

 

Rising 3's = 92%

Nursery = 94.7%

Reception = 95.3%

Year 1 = 95.5%

Year 2  = 95.3%

Year 3 = 95.3%

Year 4 = 94.0%

Year 5 = 94.8%

Year 6 = 95.9%

Whole School = 95.1%

 

Week Commencing 05/03/2018

 

Attendance

Place

Class

% Attendance

1st

Year 4

97.9

2nd

Year 3

96.9

3rd

Nursery

96.4

4th

Year 2

95.9

5th

Year 1

95.4

6th

Year 6

95.0

7th

Year 5

92.9

8th

Reception

90.3

Whole School

 

95.0

Week commencing 19/02/2018

 

Attendance

Place

Class

% Attendance

1st

Year 3

97.9

2nd

Reception

97.6

3rd

Year 2

97.3

4th

Year 1

96.2

5th

Year 5

96.0

6th

Year 6

94.4

7th

Year 4

93.6

8th

Nursery

88.3

Whole School

 

95.7

Week Commencing 05/02/2018

 

Attendance                                                               

Place

Class

% Attendance

1st

Year 1

98.1

2nd

Year 3

96.9

3rd

Year 6

96.5

4th

Reception

95.9

5th

Year 2

95.7

6th

Year 5

93.4

7th

Year 4

92.1

8th

Nursery

92.0

Whole School

 

95.3

Week commencing 29/01/2018

 

It has been a better week for attendance this week with the whole school just falling short of the National target reaching 95.8%, the number of late marks is also starting to drop and this week we had 45 altogether.

 

Place

Class

% Attendance

1st

Year 1

98.1

=2nd

Year 4

97.1

=2nd

Year 6

97.1

4th

Year 3

96.9

5th

Year 5

94.9

6th

Year 2

94.5

7th

Reception

94.1

8th

Nursery

93.6

Whole School

 

95.8

Week commencing 15/01/2018

 

Attendance has once again fallen below the expected level this week with just 93% across school. Please look out for our new attendance information booklet that will be coming home soon.

 

Attendance                                                               

                                                                                           

 

Place

Class

% Attendance

1st

Nursery

98.4

2nd

Reception

97.9

3rd

Year 6

95.3

4th

Year 5

95.1

5th

Year 2

94.3

6th

Year 3

91.5

7th

Year 1

89.2

8th

Year 4

84.6

Whole School

 

93.0

Week Commencing 08/01/2018

 

It is a great start to the new year with the whole school achieving 96.9% this week which is above the government target, let's see how long we can keep this up. The number of late marks is still a concern with 58 recorded this week, our Attendance Officer will be focusing on this group in the next few weeks.

 

Attendance by class:

Place

Class

%

Attendance

1st

Year 6

98.8

=2nd

Nursery

97.9

=2nd

Year 4

97.9

4th

Reception

97.6

5th

Year 1

96.8

6th

Year 5

96.6

7th

Year 2

96.2

8th

Year 3

94.9

 

Early Birds by class:

Place

Class

No of

Late marks

1st

Nursery

1

2nd

Year 6

2

=3rd

Year 5

7

=3rd

Year 2

7

5th

Reception

8

6th

Year 4

9

7th

Year 2

10

8th

Year 3

11

 

Week commencing 18/12/2017

 

Our attendance has once again been affected by the sickness bug across school, meaning this weeks whole school attendance was just 91.9%. Congratulations goes to Year 4 who were the only class to achieve national average with 96.4% and winners of the attendance award this week.

 

Overall for the term after an fabulous start we have slumped over the last few weeks and reach only 94.7% for the whole term to date. This is well below our target of 97% despite a large proportion of children being rewarded each week for 100% attendance. This means the school along with the Attendance Officer and Local Authority will monitoring/visiting our worse attenders in the new year.

Attendance Week commencing 11th December 2017

 

Our attendance has taken a drop once again this week with the whole school reaching just 93.8%, the number of late marks has also risen to 101.

 

The attendance percentages for this week are:

Nursery 88.8%
Reception 99.1%
Year 1 88.9%
Year 2 96.2%
Year 3 94.9%
Year 4 96.4%
Year 5 95.6%
Year 6 89.4%

 

Congratulations to our Reception children who are leading the way this week with an outstanding 99.1%

 

 

 

Congratulations to Year 1 who have won this week with 97.4%

Our Early Bird winner this week is Nursery with just 3 late marks all week.

 

Overall our attendance was 95.1% and we had 59 late marks.

Week commencing 27/11/2017

 

Our Year group attendance figures this week are:

 

1st - Year 4 = 98.6%

2nd - Year 6 = 98.5%

3rd - Year 5 = 98.3%

4th - Reception = 97.1%

5th - Nursery = 96.0%

6th - Year 1 = 95.9%

7th - Year 2 = 92.1%

8th - Year 3 = 90.8%

 

Overall our attendance has increased again after last weeks to 95.7%. Late marks have increased this week to 63. Well done everyone we are on the last few weeks of a long first term keep up the good work.

Week Commencing 20/11/2017

 

Our whole school attendance has fallen this week to 93.2%, this is mainly due to an outbreak of the sickness bug across school. The number of late marks this week is 51, you may have noticed that we will ask the reason why your child is late on entry through through the main door.

 

Attendance awards:

1st place, Nursery - 96.2%

2nd place, Year 2 - 95.5%

3rd place, Year 1 - 95.1%

4th place, Year 5 - 93.6%

5th place, Reception - 93.2%

6th place, Year 4 - 92.9%

7th place, Year 6 - 92.2%

8th place, Year 3 - 87.7%

 

Early Birds Awards:

1st place, Nursery - 3 marks

2nd place, Reception - 4 marks

3rd place, Year 3 - 5 marks

=4th place, Year 4 & 6 - 6 marks

6th place, Year 5 - 7 marks

7th place, Year 1 - 8 marks

8th place, Year 2 - 12 marks

 

 

Week commencing 13/11/2017

 

It has been another great week at Waverley on the attendance front and for the 4th week in a row we have hit or exceeded the national mark of 96%. This week overall attendance is 96.0% with 48 late marks which is down 20 on last week. 

 

The attendance award percentages for this week are:

1st - Year 6 with 98.6%

=2nd - reception & Year 4 with 98.2%

4th - Year 2 with 97.1%

5th - Year 3 with 96.9

6th - Year 5 with 93.9%

7th - Year 1 with 93.0%

8th - Nursery with 89.2%

 

The early bird award for the least late marks are:

1st - Nursery with 0

2nd - Reception with 4

=3rd - Year 1 & 4 with 5 

=5th - Year 5 & 6 with 8

7th - Year 3 with 9

8th - Year 2 with 12

 

Keep up the good work everybody.

Week commencing 6/11/2017

 

It has been another fabulous week on the attendance front with our whole school attendance rising from 96.2% last week to an amazing 96.5% this week. Congratulations on this great achievement and lets keep it going. Unfortunately the number of late marks has increased dramatically from 29 to 68 this week. We need your support to ensure that the children not only get here each day but also on time.

 

Following the move to pure year group classes we will now issue our awards by year group.

 

Lower School:

The winner of the attendance award for the lower school is Year 2 with a fantastic 98.1%, the early bird award goes to our Reception children with 9 late marks this week.

 

Upper School:

A huge well done goes to Year 4 who had perfect 100% attendance this week, The early bird award is shared between Year 3 and year 6 who both recorded 7 late marks each.

 

 

Week commencing 30/10/2017

 

It has been a great start to the new term for attendance this week, overall the whole school attendance increased to 96.2% which is above the national expected figure and only 29 late marks were recorded.

 

Lower School:

The winners of the attendance award goes to Mrs Thomson's reception class with 98.4%, the early bird award goes to the other reception children Miss Anderson's class with only 1 late mark recorded. A Huge congratulations goes out to some of our youngest pupils.

 

Upper School:

The attendance award goes to Mrs Millers' Year 3 children with an amazing 98.8% and the early bird goes to our other Year 3 class Mr Roberts whose children recorded 0 late marks at all.

 

Overall it has been a good week for Reception and Year 3 in particular. Once again those children with 100% attendance for the week and no late marks will visit our rewards shop. 

Week Commencing 16/10/2017

 

We have come to the end of our first half term and our attendance for the week has dropped from last weeks amazing 96.1% to 95.3% this week. Overall for the term we are 94.7% which is well below our expected level and 0.4% below what we were this time last year. This has been mainly caused by term time holidays in September. 

 

The children who have 100% attendance with no late marks for the whole half term have now visited our termly rewards shop and the will be entered into the draw for the family hamper donated by our attendance hero partners Vision for Education.

 

Lower School:

The winners of the attendance award are Mrs Leadbeater's class with a brilliant 98.8%, the early bird award goes to Miss Anderson's class with just 1 late mark this week.

 

Upper School:

This weeks winners for attendance are Mrs McGettrick with a fabulous almost perfect 99.1%, the early bird award goes to Mr Garrod's class who all arrived every day on time.

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.

 

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