Please see the letter below outlining the LA statutory procedures
I am writing to inform you that the academy is launching a new attendance initiative. We have revised our procedures and will be working with families to improve attendance and punctuality. This is because research has shown regular attendance and good punctuality are crucial factors in pupils achieving their full potential. Kingfisher Primary is committed to providing a full and efficient education to all, and encouraging our children to strive for excellence. Therefore, for a pupil to reach their full educational achievement, a high level of attendance is essential.
We wish to work in partnership with families and so are seeking your full support in ensuring that your child attends our academy every day and on time. We are always pleased to work together with families in resolving any difficulties but we are also committed to improving attendance levels.
The target attendance figure for all pupils is a minimum of 96.5% attendance. Based on current attendance figures your child will be placed in one of the following groups below.
Group 1: No Concern – Green Group
The child attends for 97% – 100% of the time.
Group 2: Concern – Yellow Group
The child attends for 94% – 96.9% of the time.
Group 3: Risk of Underachievement – Amber Group
The child attends for 92% – 93.9% of the time.
Group 4: Severe Risk of Underachievement – Pink Group
The child attends for 90% – 91.9% of the time.
Group 5: Extreme Risk of Underachievement – Red Group
The child attends for 0% – 89.9% of the time.
Regular attendance is not just a legal requirement, but it is vital for pupils to maximise their learning, and achieve full potential here at Kingfisher Primary.
Doncaster Council have launched the Sam and Sammie Website to help promote attendance throughout Doncaster. There are a lot of fun games and activities so check them out by logging onto http://www.samandsammie.com/
Easter 2019 Celebration
Charlie and the Chocolate Factory Celebration
203 children at Kingfisher Primary achieved over 96% attendance in Autumn 2017, click on the link below to see their fun celebrations.
Alice in Wonderland Celebration
Super Heroes Celebration
As part of our summer term attendance and house point rewards, the children enjoyed a variety of activities which tested their superhero powers in different ways. The children had a fun time tackling all the challenges with lots of encouragement from their friends. Well done to everyone who took part