Our attendance officer is Mrs Gething.
Her email address is :email@example.com
End of term 2 100% attendance stars so far are:
poster showing whether to keep your child off school or not
Children who miss out on their learning miss out on future life chances.
The school is committed to ensuring a high rate of attendance for all. We want all of our children to have a 97% attendance rate over each school year.
We ask all parents to inform the school before 9.45am on the first day of absence and to send a letter to the class teacher on the day their child returns from absence.
The school will phone/contact parents on the first day of absence if the parent has not contacted the school.
Repeated or unexplained absences will be followed up with more phone calls, letters home, requests for medical certificates and a home visit from the School Family Support Worker - so it is important to keep the school informed.
All contact with families regarding pupil absence is logged systematically to show the lengths the school are going to, to get the children into school.
Children are asked to be punctual. The registers will be taken at 8.45am for infants and 8.55am for juniors. Lateness and absence will be noted on the child’s Annual School Report.
100% attendance is rewarded on an annual basis with certificates and prizes in a special assembly.
All Saints staff are committed to children’s learning and wellbeing. During the Covid pandemic All Saints school was open bank holidays, half term and during the Easter break. The school’s attendance figures at this time were consistently higher than Medway’s and National throughout.
Our school attendance figures are regularly higher than Medway's and National's - our children want to come to school.