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“Our inclusive St Faith’s family strives to enable all to achieve their full potential and inspire a community of hope and friendship. We seek excellence by ensuring a safe, respectful and flourishing learning community, where differences are celebrated and our genuine love and high expectations make a difference to all.” “Aspire not to have more, but to be more.” (Oscar Romero)

Attendance Information and Policies

Our Attendance Champion is Miss Lisa Wright, our Deputy Head. Miss Wright is supported by Senior Leadership Team, the Safeguarding Team and Mrs Kerry Lower, our Administrator. 


If your child is absent from school please contact the school office.

01522 888988

The attendance of our children in school is very important to us. As you are already aware, as a school we monitor and track attendance very closely. We look at trends in attendance, attendance for different groups of children and track attendance on an individual basis. Our whole school data is currently in line with national data.


Research has shown that a drop in attendance can have a negative impact on a child’s attainment and behaviour; it is therefore one of the areas which we closely monitor throughout the year. We understand that young children pick up illnesses and cannot always attend school if they are unwell. We aim for all children to have at least 95% attendance each half term.


When a child's attendance drops below this good level of attendance they are missing out on a significant number of learning experiences. The table below sets out how much time a child misses in a school year at different attendance percentages.


If you require any further information or we can support, you and your family, in anyway please do not hesitate to come and speak to us.



Fixed Penalty Notices

Where a parent fails to ensure the regular school attendance of their child at a school at which they are a registered pupil then the parent may be guilty of an offence under Section 444 of the Education Act 1996. Where a child has not attended regularly at school, a fixed penalty notice to the parents can be issued. Non-school attendance includes any day when a child should be in attendance at school and they are absent without the authorisation of the school. It also includes unauthorised holidays during term time, children seen in a public place during the first 5 days of an exclusion and persistent late arrival at school beyond the registration period (9.30 am). Please also see the Lincolnshire County Council policy – ‘Children Missing Education Policy & Practice Sept 2014’ via the following link on the LCC website. 

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