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Attendance

Attendance 2017-2016

Our attendance figure for 2016-2017 was 95.2% which was below the school's target of 96%.

 

 

The table below clearly shows how absence impacts on end of year attendance figures

 

Number of days absent from school

Child’s attendance at the end of the year

If your child has 1 day off school during the year

…their attendance will be 99.5%

If your child has 2 days off school during the year

…their attendance will be 99%

If your child has 5 days off school during the year

…their attendance will be 97.4%

If your child has 10 days off school during the year

…their attendance will be 95%

If your child has 15 days off school during the year

…their attendance will be 92.4%

If your child has 20 days off school during the year

…their attendance will be 90% and school will regularly monitor attendance and with the School Attendance Officer

If your child has more than 20 days off school during the year

…their attendance will be below 90% and school will be I contact with the School Attendance Officer and Education Welfare Service. This may lead to sanctions, court and penalties against the parents

 

Please remember the importance of good attendance and punctuality and do not allow your child/children to take time off school for minor ailments - particularly those which would not prevent you from going to work

 

Pupils should come to school every day.

i) A pupil should only be absent if the reason is "unavoidable." Every half-day absence from school has to be classified by the school, as either authorised or unauthorised. This is why information about the cause of each absence is always required.

ii) There will be times when a pupil cannot go to school, this is known as an ‘Authorised Absence', and the school must be told in advance. We can only authorise an absence if:

 

  • A child is too ill to attend school
  • They have a dental or medical appointment
  • There is a bereavement of a relative
  • There is a need for religious observance
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iii) Unauthorised absences are those, which the school does not consider reasonable and for which no permission has been given. This includes:


• going shopping
• truancy
• absences which have never been properly explained
• children who arrive at school too late to get a mark


Providing a note may not be sufficient if the reason given is not "unavoidable.”
 

Reminder: we do not authorise holidays during term time and you are likely to be issued with a Fixed Penalty Notice if you take your child out of school for 5 days/10 sessions ( 2 sessions = 1 day) or more in a term.

 

Attendance Matters - Missing School is Missing out!

 

Why does attendance matter?
Attending School on a regular basis is the key to your child doing well at school and will set them up with good routines for later life and
the working world, as well as giving your child the opportunity to:
• Make lots of friends and feel included;
• Learn new things and develop many skills;
• Increase confidence and self esteem;
• Improve social skills;
• Achieve potential and fulfil aspirations

 

 

The School Standards Action Group - SSAG- have reviewed how we promote attendance and have decided on some key changes.

  1.  Attendance Challenges will reward 100% attendance and attendance that is 96% or higher.
  2. The first "Attendance Challenge" will be rewarded in October.
  3. Attendance Rewards will then be given out monthly.
  4. There will be two main celebrations and trips for 100% Attendance - December and July.
  5. Attendance and Punctuality Certificates will be presented in Merit Assembly - Classes will receive a Gold, Silver or Bronze Award. However attendance will only be rewarded if it is 96% or higher.

 

Weekly Attendance Award

 

Autumn Term Week 5

3A = 99.7%                         

 

 

 

1B= 99.5%

6B= 98.2%

96% Attendance Target missed by 7 Classes: 1A, 2A, 2B, 4A, 4B, 5A and  5B

 

 

Autumn Term Week 4

 3A = 98.7%

 

 

 

6B= 98.6%

 

No Bronze Award given as all classes below school target of 96%

96% Attendance Target missed by 8 Classes: 1A, 1B, 2A, 2B, 4A, 4B, 5A, 5B and 6A

 

Autumn Term Week 3

4B = 99.1%

 

 

 

RA = 98.2%

 

4A= 97.7%

96% Attendance Target missed by 5 Classes: 1B, 2A, 3A, 5B and 6B

 

Autumn Term Week 2

1B = 99.5%

 

 

 

4B = 99.3%

 

4A = 99.2%

96% Attendance Target missed by 3 Classes:  2A, 6A and 6B

 

Autumn Term Week 1

3B and 4A = 100%

 

 

 

6B= 99.1%

 

4B= 98.3%

96% Attendance Target missed by 6 Classes: 1A, 1B, 2A, 3A, 5A and 6A 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Attendance 2016-2017

Congratulations to the 21 Children who received 100% attendance for 2016-2017. Nando's was enjoyed by all!

Congratulations to the 21 Children who received 100% attendance for 2016-2017. Nando's was enjoyed by all! 1

Our final challenge for this academic year will be the “34 HAWAIIAN LUAU ATTENDANCE CHALLENGE”. The children will have the opportunity to play a variety of games including:  Limbo, · Pineapple Bowl, · Coconut Stomp · Hawaiian Tourist, Aloha Bingo. The higher their attendance, the more games they can play.

Our final challenge for this academic year will be the “34 HAWAIIAN LUAU ATTENDANCE CHALLENGE”. The children will have the opportunity to play a variety of games including:   Limbo, · Pineapple Bowl, · Coconut Stomp · Hawaiian Tourist, Aloha Bingo. The higher their attendance, the more games they can play. 1

Class Attendance Percentages from 1st September 2016 to 15th May 2017

 

Very Good

97% and Higher

Good

96% - 97%

Satisfactory

93% - 95%

 

 

2A = 96%

2B = 97%

3B = 96%

4A = 96%

4B = 96%

5A = 96%

6B = 96%

1A = 95%

1B = 94%

3A = 94%

 

5B = 95%

6A = 94%

Whole School Percentage = 94.96%

           

 

The “24 DAY ICE LOLLY ATTENDANCE CHALLENGE” has almost been completed and there are currently 267 pupils are at 100% attendance. If we achieve this, it would be the highest result yet!

The “24 DAY ICE LOLLY ATTENDANCE CHALLENGE” has almost been completed and there are currently 267 pupils are at 100% attendance. If we achieve this, it would be the highest result yet! 1

The results of the “EGGCELLENT ATTENDANCE CHALLENGE” are as follows. 203 pupils achieved the Gold Award -100% attendance · 92 pupils achieved the Silver Award – at least 95% attendance 47 pupils achieved the Bronze Award – at least 90% attendance.

The results of the “EGGCELLENT ATTENDANCE CHALLENGE” are as follows. 203 pupils achieved the Gold Award -100% attendance · 92 pupils achieved the Silver Award – at least 95% attendance 47 pupils achieved the Bronze Award – at least 90% attendance. 1
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Whole School Attendance Data for 5/9/16 to 20/9/16 = 95.75%

Glyncoed Celebrates the Halloween Attendance Challenge

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Glyncoed Celebrates the Halloween Attendance Challenge 13
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35 Day Halloween Challenge

Halloween Challenge Day 1-20

Halloween Challenge Day 1-30

34 DAY BEACH CHALLENGE
WELL DONE GLYNCOED! ONCE AGAIN...247 PUPILS WERE AWARDED AN EASTER EGG IN AID OF OUR ATTENDANCE CHALLENGE#24 DAY EASTER EGG CHALLENGE

Percentage of half-day sessions attended by pupils during the academic year

Percentage of half-day sessions attended by pupils during the academic year 1
Percentage of half-day sessions attended by pupils during the academic year 2

WELL DONE GLYNCOED! 247 PUPILS WERE AWARDED A RED HEART IN AID OF OUR 27 DAY RED HEART CHALLENGE# 100% ATTENDANCE

OUR SCHOOL STANDARDS ACTION GROUP (S.S.A.G) WELCOME....

 

OUR RED HEART ATTENDANCE CHALLENGE- 27 DAYS TO ATTEND SCHOOL THIS HALF TERM!

 

Be in school for each of the 27 days this term and you will receive a chocolate red heart!

 

Each week the class with the highest percentage of pupils with 100% attendance in KS2 and Foundation Phase will be rewarded!

 

Basic Red Heart

Attendance Letter to Parents

Every lesson counts, every school day counts!

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OUR SCHOOL STANDARDS ACTION GROUP (S.S.A.G) WELCOME....

 

OUR 35 DAY CHRISTMAS ATTENDANCE CHALLENGE

 

The class with the highest percentage of pupils with 100% attendance in KS2 and Foundation Phase will win £5 for their class!

Christmas Attendance Challenge Results- Days 1-5

Christmas Attendance Challenge Results- Days 1-10

Christmas Attendance Challenge- Results Days 1-15

Attendance

 

Glyncoed Primary School's Attendance for 2014/15 was 95.4% 

 

Congratulations and thank you for all your support last year.

 

In 2014/16 we hope to improve this percentage.

 

School Council will be asking all pupils what prizes and rewards they would like to see for attendance this year.

 

We will then re-vamp our attendance celebrations according to our Pupil Voice feedback.

 

 

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