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Brockmoor Primary School

 

Attendance

Overall School Attendance:92.11%
Nursery:92%Reception:91%Year 1:90%Year 2:87%
Year 3:91%Year 4:94%Year 5:95%Year 6:91%

 

ATTENDANCE- EVERY SINGLE DAY COUNTS

It is incredibly important that your child attends school every day they can. It makes a real difference to the chances of them reaching the ‘Expected Level’ at KS2 and then their GCSEs.

 

We focus on rewarding those children who attend every day. We will work to support any families that are struggling with attendance. 

 

SUCCESS FOR THOSE WITH 100% ATTENDANCE

Nationally, if your son/daughter attends school every single day then the chances of them reaching the ‘Expected Standard’ at KS2 is 95%.

By the time they sit there GCSEs they have a 4 in 5 chances of passing five GCSEs including English and Maths.

 

IF YOUR CHILD MISSES ONE DAY A FORTNIGHT ON AVERAGE OR 3 A HALF TERM

Nationally, if your son/daughter attends school most days but misses one a fortnight or a couple every month then their chances of reaching the ‘Expected Standard’ at KS2 drops to just 70%

By the time they sit their GCSEs the chances of them passing five GCSEs including English and Maths drops to just 53%

 

IF YOUR CHILD MISSES MORE THAN A WEEK A TERM

Nationally, if your son/daughter misses more than a week of school per term then their chances of meeting the ‘Expected Standard’ at KS2 drop to just 48.5%

By the time they sit their GCSEs the chances of them passing five GCSEs including English and Maths drops to just 25%

 

NO DAYS LOST

5 DAYS LOST

10 DAYS LOST

15 DAYS LOST

20 DAYS LOST

20+ DAYS LOST

100%

97%

95%

92%

90%

75%

PERFECT

GOOD

WORRYING

CONCERN

SERIOUS CONCERN

VERY SERIOUS

95%  SUCCESS AT KS2

88% SUCCESS AT KS2

70%

48.5%

79% SUCCESS AT GCSE

69% SUCCESS AT GCSE

53%

25%

 

Illness

If your son/daughter is not well enough for school then contact the school and we will support you in anyway we can. If they are in hospital we can liaise with their education team. 

 

If your son/daughter is persistently absent then we will meet with you to discuss any barriers which are stopping good attendance.

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