Headteacher: J Glendinning
Telephone: 01274 564977
School starts at 8.45 a.m. Thank you for arriving on time. School starts at 8.45 a.m. Thank you for arriving on time. School starts at 8.45 a.m. Thank you for arriving on time.
EVERY SCHOOL DAY COUNTS IF CHILDREN ARE TO SUCCEED!
Please inform school of absence before 8.45am.
Telephone 01274 564977 or Email email@example.com
Family HolidaysPlease do not book family holidays during term time.Any holiday absense will be unauthorised and you run the risk of being fined by Bradford Authority risk of being issued with a Penalty Notice from Bradford Council
|Good Attendance||Holiday in Term Time||Be on Time|
|Our attendance is improving year on year.|
Sept 2016 to current 96.48%
This information does not include Reception and Nursery children as pupils are not of statutory school age until the term after their 5th birthday.
Attendance at Trinity All Saints has been improving over the last 5 years.
Good Attendance is linked with achievement in school, this is why here at Trinity All Saints we consider arriving at school on time and attending every day extremely important.
EVERY SCHOOL DAY COUNTS
Children who come to school regularly are more likely to:
Children who are frequently absent are more likely to:
Of course some absences are unavoidable. If a child is genuinely ill then we understand why he/she needs to stay off school. We know that parents want the best for their children, and we want to encourage parents to make their child's education a priority, so that at Trinity All Saints C of E Primary School children can achieve their best. Regular attendance at school is an important part of helping your children to achieve. Attendance at school has a direct effect on academic achievement, this is particularly marked when our children enter Key Stage 1 and Key Stage 2 because of Standard Assessment Tasks and Tests and again at upper school because of public examinations. No pupil should register an attendance score of less than 95%.
Please do all you can to:
SOME SPECIFIC DETAILS RELATING TO ATTENDANCE
Working with the Education Social Work Service (ESWS)
The Education Social Work Service works with us to try to improve school attendance. We work together on a 'whole school' approach, such as targeting a year group to improve their overall attendance. Also, if we feel a pattern of poor attendance may be developing or that parents are not ensuring that their children come to school regularly, we will ask the ESWS for help. The ESWS aims to work in partnership with families and carers to promote regular school attendance and to enable parents to fulfil their legal responsibilities.
HOW WE CAN HELP YOU TO SUPPORT YOUR CHILD'S ATTENDANCE
If your child has a problem in school please tell us at an early stage. We will do what we can to help. We want all children to feel safe and secure in school.
Good attendance will be rewarded
Children with a complete attendance record (100%attendance with no late marks) will receive a Certificate at the end of the school year which may be kept to enter into their Upper School Achievement Record.
A change in attendance pattern often acts as an early warning to other problems. Attendance is monitored regularly. Parents/carers will be informed if their child is in or approaching the danger zone.
If you would like to discuss your child's attendance or the above information, please do not hesitate to contact the school.