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Every minute counts when it comes to attendance in school and so we work hard to promote this to our children and families.  


Our target for attendance this academic year (2023-2024) is 96.5%.


We take a pro-active approach to encourage children to attend regularly, by:

  • Weekly attendance totals being shared in Friday assemblies, to see which year group has had the best attendance and which class will receive the Attendance Cup.
  • Weekly monitoring of attendance by Attendance Administrator and Behaviour and Pastoral Support Manager. 
  • A 'best attendance' for the week display outside the school hall, to praise the winning year group.
  • Attendance data shared in newsletters.
  • Regular letters sent home to those with low/dropping attendance.
  • Meeting with parents who are struggling to get their children in to school.
  • Working closely with the Education Welfare Service to support families who might struggle to get their children to school on time, or on a regular basis.
  • Working closely with the Local Authority to reduce term time holidays and irregular attendance.


For further and more detailed information, a copy of the school's Attendance policy can be found under the Policies tab of the website.




8.40am: All children expected in school

Children arriving after this time should be brought into school via the Office, and sign in using the inventry screen stating a reason for lateness.


Children who are repeatedly late will be referred to the Education Welfare Service.

Attendance Information Letter

January Ofsted Inspection 2023 Good with Outstanding "Pupils flourish in this happy, harmonious junior school. They enjoy a wealth of opportunities to develop their talents and interests."