Attendance/ Structure of Day

 Breakfast Club  07:45-08:20
 Gates Open  08:20
 Registration  08:30
 Daily Act of Worship  08:40 – 09:00
Morning Lessons  09:00 onwards
Lunch Yr. R/5 11:45-12:30
Lunch Yr. 1/6 12:00-12:45
Lunch Yr. 2/3/4 12:30-13:15
Afternoon Lessons 12:30 onwards
Home Time – Ducklings 14:55
Home Time – KS1 15:00
Home Time – KS2 15.05

Please read through the attendance guidance leaflet aimed at parents and carers by clicking on the link below:

Have you the star attendance?

Days off school add up to lost learning:

100% attendance

0 weeks of learning missed

Best chance of success well done happy-star

95% attendance

1 week and 4 days of learning missed

90% attendance

3 weeks and 4 days of learning missed

Poor attendanceI’m worried worried-star

85% attendance

5 weeks and 4 days of learning missed

80% attendance

7 weeks and 4 days of learning missed

Very poor attendanceI’m seriously concerned sad-star

75% attendance

9 weeks and 4 days of learning missed

PLEASE NOTE: Request for removal of children during school time;

In considering applications for holidays in term time, schools can only approve leave in ‘special circumstances’ such as;

  • Service personnel and other employees who are prevented from taking holidays outside term-time if the holiday will have minimal disruption to the pupil’s education.
  • When a family needs to spend time together to support each other during or after a crisis.

The attendance service requires schools to refer any pupil with at least 10 sessions (5 days) of unauthorised absences in a term. If these absences are due to unauthorised or declined holiday each parent can be issued with a Penalty Notice for £120 which has to be paid within 42 days. If this is paid within 28 days the amount is reduced to £60. (‘Guidance on the Education (Pupil registration) (England) Regulations 2006).

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