Attendance Matters

052016-attendancematters

Welcome to the 052016-attendancematters at Calthorpe Park School information page

Attendance

Following our detailed half termly attendance analysis, we are a little disappointed to see that our whole-school attendance figure for the school year to date(up to May half term) was slightly down on the same period in 2016.

We are, however, delighted to report that our Year 9 students recorded a 0.78% improvement compared with the last year’s Year 9 cohort. Our current Year 10 students have made an improvement in attendance since the data was collated at the end of Term 1. Another statistic worth noting is that of our students with additional needs, their improvement since Christmas has seen a rise of 0.8%. Well done to all students within these groups who have contributed to improvements in attendance at Calthorpe Park School and who have increased their own personal chance of improved progress .

With 4 weeks and 2 days to go, lovely weather and some enjoyable whole school activities on offer, we hope to see everyone here, every day.

The data so far for the first two weeks back of final half term is:

Year Group

% Attendance

w/c 5th June

% Attendance

w/c 12th June

100 % attendance

Total number

% of cohort

Total number

% of cohort

Year 7

97.2

96.5

226

91.5%

230

93.1%

Year 8

95.7

95.7

220

86.6%

227

89.0%

Year 9

96.0

95.1

193                                               

86.5%

204

91.5%

Year 10

92.9

94.3

174

80.6%

172

80.0%

Totals

95.5

95.4

813 students

86.5%

833

88.6%

Congratulations to Year 10 who improved their attendance last week by a significant 1.4%.

It’s wonderful to be able to identify that 20 more students attended all 10 sessions last week, with increases seen in Years 7, 8 and 9.

With a positive attendance outcome for all 4 Year Groups, you each receive a Year Group Point  (Year Group Points get added up throughout the year and when any Year Group has received a total of 50, they are rewarded with an extra mufti day).

Lets aim for further improvements to reach the magic 96% for the whole school next week!

 

 

 


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