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Brilliant: Overall school attendance was 97.3% for this week.

Base 2, 3 and 4 have exceeded 97% attendance this week; Base 1 achieved 94.4%.

Base 2 achieved 98.0%

Base 3 achieved 98.4%

Base 4 had the highest attendance with 98.5%. Well done Base 4, you've got your first Golden Ticket!

A reminder that school opens from 8:45-8:55am; lessons begin promptly.
A child arriving after 8:55am:

  • Stops the teacher's input and the class learning while they settle in
  • Has to register
  • Has to see Mrs Warner about a hot meal choice (if hot dinners) or put away their lunch box in school hall
  • Feels unsure about what is going on

    Please ensure your child is in class no later than 8:55am. Arriving even 5 mins late daily equates to 7.5 hours (over a full day) of lost learning time each half term for your child BUT also impacts on the learning of those already settled in class. We DON'T want this for ANY child.

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