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Local Child Care Provision - Times of the School Day - Term Dates 2016/17 & 2017/2018 - Inset Days - Uniform -Key Stage 1 & 2 SATs Performance Data - Attendance Data - Attendance Advice - Holidays in Term Time Advice - Admission Advice - Assembly Timetable - Link to Compare Schools Website - Link to Parent View Website
Local Child Care Provision: Child Care Providers locally.pdf
Times of the School Day:
8.45 - Door Open
8.55 - Registration
9.05 - Session 1 Starts
10.30 - Breaktime
10.45 - Session 2 Starts
11.45 (KS1)/ 12.15 (KS2) - Lunchtime
12.45 (KS1)/ 1.15 (KS2) - Session 3 Starts
1.45 (KS1)/ 2.15 (KS2) - Session 4 Starts
2.55 - Assembly
3.15 - End of School Day
INSET DAYS 2016/2017
The recommended dates for 2016/17 and 2017/18 have been sent to schools and can be seen here. Schools can amend the dates as required and will add INSET days throughout the year.
Term dates for Local Authority maintained schools must be set with regard to the appropriate regulations which require schools to have at least 380 half-day sessions (190 days) in each school year. This is consistent with the 195 days a year required by a teacher's Statutory Conditions of Service – the additional five days are for in-service training (INSET).
In service training (INSET) days are taken during school time and are used by schools to provide staff training without pupils being present. Schools are permitted to take five INSET Days during each academic year. Stithians C P School has an additional day closure for its annual Stithians Show.
|Approved Educational Activity||587||1|
|Lates before reg closed||150||0.26|
|Lates after reg closed||36||0.06|
|Attendance Information for Autumn Term 2016|
|Number of children on roll||165|
|Total possible sessions for all pupils||15698|
|Total Attendance as a percentage||97.60%|
|Total sessions missed due to authorized absence||298|
|Authorized absence as a percentage||1.90%|
|Approved educational activity||23 = 0.16%|
|Lates before register closed||25 = 0.16%|
|Lates after register closed||1 – 0.01%|
|Total sessions missed due to unauthorized absence||76|
|Unauthorized absence as a Percentage||0.48%|
We encourage good attendance. However, children who are too ill to come to school or may pass infection to others should not attend. When children are absent from school we ask parents to inform the school office by 9.00am on the first day of absence and to provide a note of explanation on the child’s return to school. We contact parents if we feel their children is too ill to stay at school.
Leave of absence will be given for attendance at medical or dental appointments or for examinations in music, dance etc. However, where possible such appointments should be made outside of school hours.
This is the advice from the Department for Children, Schools and Families:
“It is wholly appropriate for parents to keep children away from school when they are not well enough to attend lessons. But it is equally inappropriate for parents to keep children away from school for trivial ailments, particularly ailments which would not keep parents away from work.
Where schools have concerns…, they can and should challenge the parents’ explanation and seek evidence of the illness.”
Amendments have been made to the 2006 regulations in the Education (Pupil Registration) (England) (Amendment) Regulations 2013, which have come into force from 1st September 2013.
The amendments make it clear that headteachers may not grant any leave of absence during term time unless there are exceptional circumstances, and it is the headteacher who is to determine the number of school days a child may be away from school on these occasions.
There is no longer any reference to family holiday, extended leave or the threshold of ten school days.
As a result of these changes to legislation all Headteachers and Governing Bodies are instructed to implement this policy with regard to requests for leave of absence to give families a consistent and fair approach across all the schools. .
This policy therefore makes clear that:
No absence will be authorised unless there are exceptional circumstances.
In these exceptional circumstances it is the headteacher that is to decide how many days of absence should be granted.
Our school now has a new ‘Leave of Absence Form’ that must be completed for any planned leave of absence. Authorised absence will only be granted should the school deem that the case is “exceptional.”
Stithians School's Published Admission Number (PAN): 25 Pupils per Year Group
See Policies Tab for admission arrangements
2016 Key Stage 2 Results
Reading – 58%
Writing – 68%
Maths – 63%
Reading - -3.0 (-5.8 to -0.2)
Writing - -1.5 (-4.3 to 1.3)
Maths - -2.3 (-4.7 to 0.1)
Reading - 100
Grammar, Punctuation and Spelling - 100
Higher Level of Attainment:
Reading – 5%
Writing – 11%
Maths – 5%
At Stithians Community Primary School, we are proud to be members of our school community and we want all our children to feel part of our community and to represent our school. Wearing the school uniform helps us to do this. Children are expected to wear uniform:
Jewellery in school can raise many problems and so only the following items are allowed: watches, studs for pierced ears and items which are required by a religion.
To reduce lost property, please clearly mark all clothing, bags, bottles etc with your child’s name. There is a lost property box. We do not accept responsibility for any loss or damage to an individual’s property.
Mondays -Class/Key Stage Assembly
Tuesdays - Mr. Manley
Wednesdays - Mr. Illsley
Thursdays - Class/Key Stage Assembly
Fridays - Celebration Assembly - Mr. Illsley
Thank you very much for responding to the survey. We try very hard to make our school a happy and healthy environment in which children are enthusiastic about their learning. It is important that we review school practice regularly to ensure that this is the case. If the review is to be effective we need your thoughts so that we can plan for further improvement. The comments that accompany this survey will be analysed and I will convey them to you and action them as soon as possible.
View DfE Compare Schools Website: http://education.gov.uk/cgi-bin/schools/performance/school.pl?urn=111851