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Attendance (2017-18) - Year to Date 95.4% 

Best attendance w/e 16th February 2018

Year 3 - Class 3R           98.0%

Year 4 - Class 4P         98.9%

Year 5 - Class 5L            96.9%

Year 6 - Class 6W            98.5%

Year 3 and 4

3B 3D 3R 3T 4GB 4P 4R 4W

Autumn 2017-18

94.2% 96.8% 97.0% 95.1% 94.6% 96.3% 94.9% 94.4%


Year 5 and 6

5L 5P 5R 5S 6GB 6L 6N 6W

Autumn   2017-18

91.9% 94.9% 96.4% 96.8% 97.4% 94.8% 95.7% 98.1%

Attendance and Academic Achievement

There is a proven link between attendance and academic achievement. Children with good attendance have higher attainment and make better progress than those with poor attendance. Please help us to do the best for your children by making sure they attend school every day - unless they are ill.

Local councils and schools can use various legal powers if your child is missing school without a good reason. You could receive:

  • a Parenting Order
  • an Education Supervision Order
  • a School Attendance Order
  • a Fine (sometimes known as a ‘Penalty Notice’)

We would much prefer to work with you though. If you are having any problems with your child's attendance, please contact school and ask to speak to either Mrs Horne, our safeguarding support officer, or Mr Parkin, the Headteacher.

Penalty Notices

Parents can be issued with a Fixed Penalty Notice by the school, local authority or police, for their child's non-attendance. The penalty is £60 per parent for each child and this rises to £120 if paid after 21 days but within 28 days of receiving the notice.

There is no right of appeal against a Fixed Penalty Notice. If this is not paid the local authority can proceed to prosecution or withdraw the notice. The local authority can also prosecute parents for non-attendance without issuing a Fixed Penalty Notice.

If you are considering taking your child out of school during term time, you must request this in writing. Following the receipt of your request, you will be invited into school to discuss this with the Headteacher.

Persistent Absentees

Children with attendance below 90% are classed as persistent absentees. We monitor the attendance of all our children. If we are concerned about your child's attendance, you will be invited into school to discuss this with the Attendance and Pupil Support Officer and the Headteacher.


Please click here to see our school attendance policy.


Please click on the link below for more information about school attendance and absence

Autumn 2016

Attendance w/b 12th December - 95.8%

Attendance w/b 5th December - 96.9%

Attendance w/b 28th November - 97.5%

Attendance w/b 21st November - 96.4%

Attendance w/b 14th November - 96.7%

Attendance w/b 7th November - 97.4%

Attendance w/b 31st October - 96.9%

Attendance w/b 17th October - 97.3%

Attendance w/b 10th October - 96.9%

Attendance w/b 3rd October - 95.9%

Attendance w/b 26th September - 96.1%

Attendance w/b 19th September - 97.3%

Attendance w/b 12th September - 75.6%    

(Eid Ul-Adha 2016)

Attendance w/b 5th September - 96.7%

Spring 2017

Attendance w/b 3rd April - 93.2%

Attendance w/b 27th March - 93.7%

Attendance w/b 20th March - 96.2%

Attendance w/b 13th March - 95.5%

Attendance w/b 6th March - 95.8%

Attendance w/b 27th February - 95.8%

Attendance w/b 13th February - 96.7%

Attendance w/b 6th February - 96.4%

Attendance w/b 30th January - 96.4%

Attendance w/b 23rd January -96.9%

Attendance w/b 16th January - 96.6%

Attendance w/b 9th January - 95.2%

Attendance w/b 2nd January - 94.4%

Summer 2017

Attendance w/b 24th April - 92.8%

Attendance w/b 1st May - 94.8%

Attendance w/b 8th May - 95.8%

Attendance w/b 15th May - 94.7%

Attendance w/b 22nd May - 94.5%

Attendance w/b 5th June - 96.3%

Attendance w/b 12th June - 95.1%

Attendance w/b 19th June - 94.6%

Attendance w/b 26th June - 68.4%

(Eid Ul-Fitr 2017)

Attendance w/b 3rd July - 95.7%

Attendance w/b 9th July - 92.7%

Attendance w/b 16th July - 91.2%