Leave of Absence

NameFormat
Files
Leave of Absence Form 2023 2024.pdf .pdf

Wadworth Primary School believes that in order to facilitate teaching and learning, good attendance is essential. Pupils cannot achieve their full potential if they do not regularly attend school.

We understand that barriers to attendance are complex, and that some pupils find it harder than others to attend school; therefore, we will continue to prioritise cultivating a safe and supportive environment at school, as well as strong and trusting relationships with pupils and parents.

We take a whole-school approach to securing good attendance, and recognise the impact that our efforts in other areas – such as the curriculum, behaviour standards, bullying, SEND support, pastoral support, and the effective use of resources such as pupil premium – can have on improving pupil attendance.

We are committed to:

  • Promoting and modelling high attendance and its benefits.
  • Ensuring equality and fairness for all.
  • Ensuring this attendance policy is clear and easily understood by staff, pupils and parents.
  • Working collaboratively with other schools in the area, as well as other agencies.
  • Ensuring parents follow the framework set in section 7 of the Education Act 1996, which states that the parent of every child of compulsory school age shall cause them to receive efficient full-time education suitable to their age, ability and aptitude, and to any SEND they may have, either by regular attendance at school or otherwise.
  • Ensuring our attendance policy is clear and easily understood by all staff, parents and pupils.
  • Regularly monitoring and analysing attendance and absence data to identify pupils or cohorts that require more support.
  • Provide support, advice and guidance to parents/carers and pupils.
  • Further, develop positive and consistent communication between home and school.
  • Develop effective partnerships with supporting services and agencies through the Local Authority's Advice and Early Intervention Team.
  • Recognise and address the needs of the individual pupil when planning reintegration following significant periods of absence.

Leave of Absence

NameFormat
Files
Leave of Absence Form 2023 2024.pdf .pdf

Wadworth Primary School believes that in order to facilitate teaching and learning, good attendance is essential. Pupils cannot achieve their full potential if they do not regularly attend school.

We understand that barriers to attendance are complex, and that some pupils find it harder than others to attend school; therefore, we will continue to prioritise cultivating a safe and supportive environment at school, as well as strong and trusting relationships with pupils and parents.

We take a whole-school approach to securing good attendance, and recognise the impact that our efforts in other areas – such as the curriculum, behaviour standards, bullying, SEND support, pastoral support, and the effective use of resources such as pupil premium – can have on improving pupil attendance.

We are committed to:

  • Promoting and modelling high attendance and its benefits.
  • Ensuring equality and fairness for all.
  • Ensuring this attendance policy is clear and easily understood by staff, pupils and parents.
  • Working collaboratively with other schools in the area, as well as other agencies.
  • Ensuring parents follow the framework set in section 7 of the Education Act 1996, which states that the parent of every child of compulsory school age shall cause them to receive efficient full-time education suitable to their age, ability and aptitude, and to any SEND they may have, either by regular attendance at school or otherwise.
  • Ensuring our attendance policy is clear and easily understood by all staff, parents and pupils.
  • Regularly monitoring and analysing attendance and absence data to identify pupils or cohorts that require more support.
  • Provide support, advice and guidance to parents/carers and pupils.
  • Further, develop positive and consistent communication between home and school.
  • Develop effective partnerships with supporting services and agencies through the Local Authority's Advice and Early Intervention Team.
  • Recognise and address the needs of the individual pupil when planning reintegration following significant periods of absence.

Leave of Absence

NameFormat
Files
Leave of Absence Form 2023 2024.pdf .pdf

Wadworth Primary School believes that in order to facilitate teaching and learning, good attendance is essential. Pupils cannot achieve their full potential if they do not regularly attend school.

We understand that barriers to attendance are complex, and that some pupils find it harder than others to attend school; therefore, we will continue to prioritise cultivating a safe and supportive environment at school, as well as strong and trusting relationships with pupils and parents.

We take a whole-school approach to securing good attendance, and recognise the impact that our efforts in other areas – such as the curriculum, behaviour standards, bullying, SEND support, pastoral support, and the effective use of resources such as pupil premium – can have on improving pupil attendance.

We are committed to:

  • Promoting and modelling high attendance and its benefits.
  • Ensuring equality and fairness for all.
  • Ensuring this attendance policy is clear and easily understood by staff, pupils and parents.
  • Working collaboratively with other schools in the area, as well as other agencies.
  • Ensuring parents follow the framework set in section 7 of the Education Act 1996, which states that the parent of every child of compulsory school age shall cause them to receive efficient full-time education suitable to their age, ability and aptitude, and to any SEND they may have, either by regular attendance at school or otherwise.
  • Ensuring our attendance policy is clear and easily understood by all staff, parents and pupils.
  • Regularly monitoring and analysing attendance and absence data to identify pupils or cohorts that require more support.
  • Provide support, advice and guidance to parents/carers and pupils.
  • Further, develop positive and consistent communication between home and school.
  • Develop effective partnerships with supporting services and agencies through the Local Authority's Advice and Early Intervention Team.
  • Recognise and address the needs of the individual pupil when planning reintegration following significant periods of absence.

Leave of Absence

NameFormat
Files
Leave of Absence Form 2023 2024.pdf .pdf

Wadworth Primary School believes that in order to facilitate teaching and learning, good attendance is essential. Pupils cannot achieve their full potential if they do not regularly attend school.

We understand that barriers to attendance are complex, and that some pupils find it harder than others to attend school; therefore, we will continue to prioritise cultivating a safe and supportive environment at school, as well as strong and trusting relationships with pupils and parents.

We take a whole-school approach to securing good attendance, and recognise the impact that our efforts in other areas – such as the curriculum, behaviour standards, bullying, SEND support, pastoral support, and the effective use of resources such as pupil premium – can have on improving pupil attendance.

We are committed to:

  • Promoting and modelling high attendance and its benefits.
  • Ensuring equality and fairness for all.
  • Ensuring this attendance policy is clear and easily understood by staff, pupils and parents.
  • Working collaboratively with other schools in the area, as well as other agencies.
  • Ensuring parents follow the framework set in section 7 of the Education Act 1996, which states that the parent of every child of compulsory school age shall cause them to receive efficient full-time education suitable to their age, ability and aptitude, and to any SEND they may have, either by regular attendance at school or otherwise.
  • Ensuring our attendance policy is clear and easily understood by all staff, parents and pupils.
  • Regularly monitoring and analysing attendance and absence data to identify pupils or cohorts that require more support.
  • Provide support, advice and guidance to parents/carers and pupils.
  • Further, develop positive and consistent communication between home and school.
  • Develop effective partnerships with supporting services and agencies through the Local Authority's Advice and Early Intervention Team.
  • Recognise and address the needs of the individual pupil when planning reintegration following significant periods of absence.