Every child has the right to the best education and deserves to be happy and successful in school. We foster children’s growing independence and aspirations by giving them opportunities to plan and execute their own work and we encourage children to support and learn from each other. We respect every person as unique and treat everyone with dignity. We always seek to improve and work together to achieve more, especially valuing our partnership with parents. We encourage high standards and know every child can be successful.It is our duty to consistently strive to achieve a goal of 100% attendance for all children. Every opportunity will be used to convey to pupils and their parents or carers the importance of regular and punctual attendance.
My child is unwell - should they go to school today?
Worried your child is unwell gives up to date medical advice on how to look after your child this winter, should be they become unwell, and on where you should go to access services.
To help you decide if and when your child should remain off school, a simple guide has been produced for a number of the most common illnesses, which can be found at Should your child go to school. Alternatively, click here to see this guide as a flyer, which you may wish to keep to hand for easy reference.
All of this information can be found on the Healthier Together website.