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Congratulations to the Year 7 Geography Eisteddfod Welsh Quiz winners. First place were Olivia El-Shanawany, Siena Boshku. pic.twitter.com/vOaD2qpZmW— Stanwell Geography () March 4, 2024

@StanwellSchool - 12:36 PM - 4 Mar 2024

@StanwellSchool - 12:35 PM - 4 Mar 2024

Great to see former product design pupil Freddie on the RNLI parade today! pic.twitter.com/LcVE4eNf5A— StanwellDT () March 4, 2024
Well done to DR in Y11 for winning week 22's problem! This week's problem requires you to think outside the box... can you find the pattern? pic.twitter.com/X6WxcNynnx— Stanwell Maths () March 4, 2024

@StanwellSchool - 12:35 PM - 4 Mar 2024

Thank you RNLI 🛟 200th anniversary pic.twitter.com/2w2OmlBcSb— Stanwell_School () March 4, 2024

@StanwellSchool - 11:32 AM - 4 Mar 2024

@StanwellSchool - 11:30 AM - 4 Mar 2024

Stanwell Year 8 celebrating the 200th anniversary parade of the RNLI. We are all very grateful for the service the RNLI provide the community 🛟 pic.twitter.com/tO8zMUwgdE— Stanwell_School () March 4, 2024
Year 8 have also been busy making a map of Wales with hints to the coordinates of where their Welsh and Maths items are. Brilliant! pic.twitter.com/X2pq2eITTx— Stanwell Maths () March 1, 2024

@StanwellSchool - 12:54 PM - 1 Mar 2024

In celebration of St David's day, Year 7 have been making Welsh dragons from nets of 3D shapes. Take a look at the amazing creativity we've had! pic.twitter.com/9JG24xzlex— Stanwell Maths () March 1, 2024

@StanwellSchool - 12:54 PM - 1 Mar 2024

@StanwellSchool - 12:18 PM - 1 Mar 2024

Today is the day! pic.twitter.com/igNPJhRTOr— A Class Apart () March 1, 2024

@StanwellSchool - 08:25 AM - 1 Mar 2024

March reads, focusing on Welsh writers and International Women’s Day 📕📗📘📙 pic.twitter.com/0wwyinFdE1— Stanwell_School () March 1, 2024

@StanwellSchool - 08:19 AM - 1 Mar 2024

Stanwell Eisteddfod 🏴󠁧󠁢󠁷󠁬󠁳󠁿🌼 pic.twitter.com/hOmuMhG88Y— Stanwell_School () February 19, 2024
Boy sewing

Attendance

Attendance Matters

Attendance to school is imperative as there is a high correlation between excellent attendance and attainment. Students who miss school frequently can fall behind with their work and do less well in exams. Good attendance also shows potential employers that a young person is reliable.

Fixed Penalty Notices (see below)

FPN Booklet

Days absent Missed time Attendance

0 days off school in a year

0 lessons missed 100% Perfect attendance
2 days off school in a year 12 lessons missed 99% Excellent attendance
5 days off school in a year 30 lessons missed 97.5% Good attendance
10 days off school in a year 60 lessons missed 95% Slightly below average attendance
14 days off school in a year
(2 weeks)
84 lessons missed 93% Poor attendance
20 days off school in a year 
(4 weeks)
120 lessons missed 89% Very poor attendance
30 days off school in a year
(6 weeks)
180 lessons missed 85% Very poor attendance
40 days off school in a year
(8 weeks)
240 lessons missed 80% Very poor attendance

1 or 2 days absent a week doesn’t seem much but this is how it equates:

If your child misses That equals Which is.. And over 13 years
of schooling that is..
1 day a fortnight 20 days per year 4 weeks per year Nearly 1½ years
1 days a week 40 days per year 8 weeks per year Nearly 2½ years

Punctuality Matters

Missed minutes = missed learning = missed opportunities!

Being frequently late for school means lost learning:

If your child misses That equals Which is..

And over 13 years of
schooling that is

10 minutes per day 50 minutes per week Nearly 1½ weeks per year Nearly ½ year
20 minutes per day 1 hour 40 minutes per week Nearly 2½ weeks per year Nearly 1 year
30 minutes per day Half a day per week 4 weeks per year Nearly 1½ years
1 hour per day 1 day per week 8 weeks per year Nearly 2½ years

Sanctions are in place for repeated lateness and are communicated to parents/carers

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