Children’s regular attendance at school is important and has an impact on their learning. Research has proved that pupils who do not regularly attend school are more likely to fall short of achieving their full academic potential. We expect all children on roll to attend every day, when the school is in session, as long as they are fit and healthy enough to do so. Children are expected to arrive promptly to begin learning.
Children may enter via the front gates from 8.40am ready for the start of school at 8.50am.
3.10pm – Early Years, Year 1 and Year 2
3.15pm - Years 3 to 6
Parents may wait inside the school gates for children to exit via the hall (with the exception of Year 6 who walk round the side of the school).
Initial contact and monitoring will be made with parents if attendance falls below 94%. Persistent absence is when a child’s attendance falls below 90% and this will be followed up by the school and/or the Local Authority.
The following information is taken from the NHS website:
When to stay at home
Try to stay at home and avoid contact with other people if you:
have any symptoms of COVID-19, and have a high temperature or you do not feel well enough to go to work or do your normal activities
have tested positive for COVID-19 – this means it's very likely you have the virus
How long to stay at home
You can go back to your normal activities if you:
feel well enough to do so
do not have a high temperature