Let’s Celebrate Our Attendance!
Well done to Year YRC, who achieved Best Whole School attendance this week with 99% attendance. They received their £5 reward voucher from Miss Oven after she announced it on our tannoy system on Friday afternoon.
Mr Uddin and Miss Oven booked Aladdin as a performance treat for all children who attend school every day! It was wonderful to watch the adventures of Jasmine, Aladdin and the Genie! We had over 220 children who achieved 100% attendance this half term. a huge congratulations to all children who attended this special performance.
This week’s Attendance Heroes were Sam in Reception and Sabha in Year 5, they attended school every day this week and were on time each day too. In our Achievement Assembly. both children were presented with a special certificate to celebrate their achievement. These children will also be entered into the prize draw at the end of the half- term, when Ryan for Vision Education comes to celebrate all of the Attendance Heroes achievements and we find out who wins the Race for Cake!
Our Weekly Attendance Board
Our whole school attendance target is 96.6% and this week we reached 95.1%. This is 1.5% below our target, let’s try a little bit harder on our first week back after the half term break and see if we can go well above our target. Try attending school every day, as then we should have some more of our classes reaching 100% attendance!
Good Luck, Everyone!
Remember term time holidays dramatically affect our attendance. Please fit family holidays or trips home to see extended family in the school holidays only.
Please remember all children need to be attending school every day, to ensure they have the education they’re entitled to.
Please do your best to support us with our drive to improve attendance and make sure your child/children are in school and on time every day.
Please remember that holidays taken in term time will have a significant, negative impact on your child’s learning. Let’s ensure our children are in school everyday, so they can have the education they deserve and the time they need to grow as learners.