Can we achieve our whole school target of 97% attendance this year?
Week ending 8th June 2018 - Well Done to McNaughton, Andreae, Bright, Jeffers, Browne, Blyton and Almond who achieved the weekly attendance target of 97%. The best attending class during Summer 1 was Browne Class with 98.22%. The best attending year group in Summer 1 was Year 3. There are currently 58 children with 100% attendance and 259 children who have attendance of 97% or above.
Celebrating our Attendance in 2017 - 2018
Children with 100% attendance during the Autumn Term - Well done ... keep it up.
Celebrating Our Attendance Successes in 2016-2017!
At Snapethorpe Primary School we believe that regular attendance is important to ensure the best possible learning outcomes for all of our children. We feel the whole school community takes responsibility for attendance.
- Regular attendance means your child can make the most of their education, improving their chances in adult life.
- Being in school will also help your child's social skills, such as making and keeping friendships.
- A regular and punctual attendance pattern will help your child when they enter the world of work.
We reward good attendance in a variety of ways. Click on the document below to find out more.
Key Attendance Figures For 2016 - 2017
Well done Elder Class who currently were the highest attending class in school this academic year with a percentage of 97.16%
The year group with the highest attendance during the academic year was Year 3.
There were 33 pupils in school that had 100% attendance this academic year and got to go to Frankie & Bennys!
236 pupils met the 97% attendance target and were rewarded with a board game at the end of the year.