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Week Commencing 5th October 2020
Best Class Attendance     Best House Attendance
1st Mary Anning 100%     1st Cavendish 98.5%
1st Walt Disney 100%     2nd Markham 98.4%
1st David Attenborough 100%     3rd Barrow  98.3%
1st Martin Luther King 100%     4th Stephenson 97.4%
1st Helen Sharman 100%          

Mo Farah

7th Zaha Hadid 98.2%          
8th J. K. Rowling 97.7%          
9th Winston Churchill 97.3%          
10th Gilbert and Sullivan 97.2%          
11th Queen Elizabeth I 95.2%          

Attendance explained:

Each term your child will receive a certificate for their attendance. They also win tokens for their house - two tokens for 100& attendance and one token for more than 95%.


Every day in school matters - your child's attendance percentage translated into missing days of learning:-

  • 100% = no days missed

  • 95% = 9 days missed

  • 90% = 19 days missed

  • 85% = 28 days missed

  • 80% = 38 days missed

  • 75% = 46 days missed.

Term Time holidays/leave 


As you know, in September 2013 the Education (Pupil Registration) (England) (Amendment) Regulations 2013 came into force. These regulations make it clear that Headteachers should not grant approval for any leave of absence during term-time, including holidays, unless there are exceptional circumstances. 


Parents are not entitled to take their children on holiday in term-time. Such holidays can only be taken with the written approval of the headteacher. Each case will be considered on its own merits and the decision of the headteacher is final. Parents requesting term time leave should complete the link below and submit this 2 weeks in advance of the holiday. Taking children on holiday during term time will mean they are missing out on important learning and opportunities, school events and experiences.  


It is not necessary for nursery aged children to complete this link however it is appreciated if you inform the school office that they will not be in nursery during specific dates.

Attendance display in school