School Attendance Facts
The best attending class for this week is:
Our Attendance up to
Friday 13th July 2018 is 94.1%
We would like to reward the effort that goes into good attendance:
The Best Attending Class of the week receives the A-tickets and by the end of the halt term The Best Attending Class of the term will have non-uniform day on the first Friday of the new term.
Our Attendance Team
Let me introduce our A-TEAM who are going to be monitoring our attendance.
Caden, Georgia, Mekhi, Nikola, Llewellyn,
Isa, Mariam, Samira, Amina, Eltaher, Samiya, Samia
Thank you very much for doing a great job!!! Mrs Vokes and Mrs G. are very proud of you. You definitely deserved your treat, which we all enjoyed!!
Please encourage your child to attend school everyday.
At Stacey Primary School we believe that regular attendance is important to ensure the best possible outcomes for all our children.
- Regular attendance means that your child can make the most of their education, improving their chances in adult life.
- Being in school will also help your child's social skills, such as making and keeping friendships.
We aim for an annual attendance for this year is 95.2% and we celebrate high level of attendance across the school, classes and for individuals. We are proud of our excellent attendance records and we thank you for your co-operation and help.
We feel the whole school community takes responsibility for attendance. But especially you as parents/carers are responsible for ensuring that your child:
- attends school every day
- arrives in the playground by 8.50am
If your child is absent please inform the school of the reason by personal contact, telephone call or email: 02920 499508, firstname.lastname@example.org.
It is very important that your child arrive on time for school. School starts at 8.55am. If your child is late 3 or more times in 2 weeks you will be sent a letter home explaining the consequences.
Anyone can miss 20 minutes a week right? But did you know that missing 20 minutes of school every week adds up to over 11 hours or nearly 3 whole days worth of lessons over the year!
Please remember we can only teach your child if they are in school missing precious minutes means your child is missing out on learning when their friends are not.
If you are finding it difficult to get your child to school on time there are some things you might want to think about:
- Why not attend our free breakfast club so you do not need to organise breakfast in the morning (ask Mrs Irwin for details).
- Why not meet with our School Attendance Officer for advice/help.
Anyone arriving after 9am will be considered late and must come through the main entrance. If your child arrives after 9.25am the registers will be closed and this will be counted as an unauthorised absence.
Please help us to improve our school's attendance and the success of all your children.