At St Paul's we work hard to promote excellent attendance levels. Good attendance at school is the single most important factor to ensure that young people have the maximum life chances - attendance is strongly linked to educational achievement.
Good attendance is important in order for children to:
¨ Achieve their potential.
¨ Develop a positive attitude towards school and good habits of punctuality and attendance.
¨ See themselves as an important part of the school community and to value and respect school life.
We recognise that this can only be achieved through a close partnership with parents.
Promoting positive school attendance is everyone's responsibility.
Miss Watson (Assistant Headteacher) is the senior member of staff who monitors and oversees attendance at St Paul’s. Mrs Wallbank is our Attendance Officer and oversees attendance on a day-to-day basis. If you are struggling to get your child to school or have concerns, please contact either Miss Watson or Mrs Wallbank. We will always work hard to support our children and families to ensure children can attend school fully.