UNCRC Commitment: St Peter’s CE Primary is fully committed to recognising, respecting, promoting and implementing the Rights of the Child as set out in the United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child. As a Rights Respecting School, we strive to place the Rights of the Child at the very heart of our policies and practices.
Article 28 ‘You have the right to a good quality education. You should be encouraged to go to school to the highest level you can.’
The attendance Officer for St Peter's is Hattie Friedman. If you you have anything you would like to discuss about attendance please contact Hattie via the school office or stop by for a chat on the gate.
Please also read the policy below as it sets out important information about authorised and unauthorised absences, including approval for term time absences.
If your child is absent you must:
If your child is absent we will:
A pupil who arrives late:
Step 1: If your child is late three times or more within a 6-week period, you will receive a letter informing you of this.
Step 2: If your child continues to be late after receiving this letter, you will be invited for a meeting with the attendance officer to discuss strategies to support punctuality including attending breakfast club.
Step 3: If your child is recorded as late after the register has closed 8 times within a 6-week period, the school will work with the local authority to determine if a warning letter or a Penalty Charge Notice should be issued.