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Attendance from the start of term to week ending 16th October:

Base 1 97.8 % — OUTSTANDING (13 children have 100% attendance!)
Base 2 98.4 % — OUTSTANDING (17 children have 100% attendance!)
Base 3 94.7 %
Base 4 99.2 % — OUTSTANDING (15 children have 100% attendance!)
Base 5 92.6%

Congratulations to Bases 1, 2 and 4 for their outstanding attendance:

45 children have 100% attendance! Fantastic!

45 children have attendance between 97 and 99.9% attendance! Well done!

Keep it up!

It is really important that children attend school as much as possible. Not being in school interrupts the learning for a child and does create gaps in their learning, which then hinders good or better progress.

We appreciate absence can be due to illness.

Do always try to book dental and medical appointments after school hours where possible, to avoid your child missing part of the school day.

A reminder that individual letters go home to parents where their child's attendance falls below 90%. This is deemed as 'persistent absence' by the government and we have a duty of care to monitor attendance.

Every day in school does count!

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