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Hatchlands Primary School

Inspiring Extraordinary Achievements in Every Child

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Attendance

Hatchlands Attendance Mission Statement 

Hatchlands Primary School aims to ensure that all its pupils receive a full-time education which maximises opportunities for each pupil to be safe, happy and valued, engaged in learning and making excellent progress.  

 

The school strives to provide a welcoming, caring environment, whereby each member of the school community feels wanted and secure. All school staff work with pupils and their families to ensure each pupil attends school regularly and punctually.  

 

The school encourages all pupils and parents to share the high priority we attach to attendance and punctuality.  Every child has the right to a good education.  Parents therefore have a responsibility to ensure that their children attend every day unless they are too ill to be at school. 

 

Through providing opportunities for students to make a valued contribution within lessons and to the wider school community, students will enjoy and maximise their levels of achievement.


 
The school will only authorise absence in exceptional circumstances. Family holidays in term time will not be authorised under Surrey County Council Guidelines and will be recorded as an unauthorised absence. When children miss school for any reason, their progress can be adversely affected.

Punctuality 

Being late for school makes it hard for your child to learn. 

 

If they are 30 minutes late each day, they miss half a day of learning a week.  

If your child arrives late for class:  

  • They miss out on important learning, which could affect their achievement. 
  • It is likely  they will have missed vital information they will need.
  • They don’t have the social time to settle into class.  
  • It can cause your child to fall behind with their work.
  • It can be embarrassing for them.  
  • They may disrupt the rest of the class.  
 

If your child arrives after the school register is closed:  

 

All of the above is true, and in addition:  

  

  • It is classed as an ‘unauthorised absence’.  
  • High levels of unauthorised absence will  result in further  action and referrals will be made to the Surrey inclusion team.
 

What you can do:  

 
  • Make sure your child has everything ready the night before e.g. PE Kit, book bag, school uniform etc.
  • Make sure to allow plenty of time for you and your child to travel to school. 
  • If you struggle to get your child to school on time each day, make arrangements with another adult who you  trust and can rely on, to take your child to school for you. 
  • Have a regular routine for the start of each day.  
  • Make sure your child has a regular bedtime routine and is not prevented from sleeping by distractions  - TV, computer, playstation.
  • Set a reasonable bedtime to make sure they get enough  
  • sleep. Primary school aged children on average need around 10-12 hours’ sleep. 

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