Attendance % - Target 97%
Year Group Week ending 13.05.2022 Cumulative from 8th September 2021
Reception 92% 90% (phased start)
Year 1 98% 93%
Year 2 94% 93%
Year 3 94% 93%
Year 4 89% 92%
Year 5 96% 92%
Year 6 96% 92%
Whole School 94% 92%
FFT National Attendance - 93% week ending 06.05.2022
Colour Team Attendance Week ending 13.05.2022
At Bay Primary School we recognise the importance that good attendance and punctuality have in ensuring that children are able to make good academic progress, have good mental well-being, health and happiness. We want every child to strive towards excellent attendance and work hard with pupils, parents and carers to make individual attendance as good as it can be.
This year, as an incentive for pupils to maintain good attendance, all the children who achieve 97% attendance or above will be put in a draw and four pupils randomly selected to win a £10.00 voucher each to spend in Argos!
Attendance is monitored daily by the Attendance Administration Officer who acts swiftly when attendance becomes a concern.
Explanation of Annual Percentage (%) attendance
Attendance Days missed during a year
100% 00 days
95% 10 days
90% 20 days
85% 30 days
80% 40 days
Attendance under 95% means that a child is missing at least two weeks of learning time in a school year.
Attendance under 90% means that a child is missing four weeks of learning time which will have a significant impact on their learning.
Roles and Responsibilities
Bay Primary School
The Education Welfare Service (EWS)
The EWS works in partnership with schools, parents/carers and children to achieve the best levels of school attendance and punctuality for all students. The EWS works closely with schools and other external agencies in order to promote and improve school attendance and address welfare issues.
The EWS is responsible for: