Excellent attendance at school has always been a key to successful examination results. Recent statistics have shown that students with attendance over 97% of the time will go on to earn on average £750,000 more in their life time than those who are classed as Persistently Absent (below 90%).
The table below outlines the difference attendance can make to the GCSE outcomes for students in year 11.
From September we have set a target of 97% attendance for all our students. This will be promoted through assemblies and form periods and students will be made aware of their current attendance and how they can improve it.
Recent statistics have shown that students with attendance over 97% will go on to earn an average of £750,000 more in their lifetime compared with those who are classed as Persistantly Absent (PA), i.e. below 90%.
We are looking forward to your support on this matter and if you have any questions or would like further support with you child's attendance please do not hesitate to get in contact with a member of the school attendance team:
Mrs S Dailey - Attendance and Welfare Officer
Mr D Flowitt - Vice Principal