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Attendance

 

Friday 19th October 2018

The first half term for this academic year is now at an end and we look forward to a week away from school and then the beginning of a number of celebrations both in school and with family and friends.

At this point we look at how the tutor groups are getting on with the Attendance Competition.

For September, D08, K04, M04 and S01 were the winners.

As we move on to October, we have 2 weeks of data to report on:

House

Da Vinci

Kilby

Marie Curie

Somerville

W/C 5th October

D04

K04

M05

S05

Houses?

1st

3rd

4th

2nd

W/C 12th October

D02

K08

M03

S07

Houses?

4th

1st

2nd

3rd

As you can see it’s really close with both the tutor group and overall House Attendance Competition, so let’s aim for  great attendance for the first week back after half term to give all Houses a chance to come out on top.


Friday 5th October 2018

As we return to school, we look at the attendance figures for the first month of the academic year at Calthorpe Park School.

The attendance statistics for September show that Year 7 have the best attendance with 98.3%, closely followed by Year 11 97%.

Our Whole school September attendance stands at 96.9%.

Group

% Attend

Year 7

98.3

Year 8

96.5

Year 9

96.4

Year 10

96.1

Year 11

97.0

Totals

96.9

When looking at the percentage attendance data per house, Da Vinci and Kilby lead the way for September attendance.

House

% Attend

Da Vinci

97.4

Kilby

97.4

Marie Curie

96.4

Somerville

96.5

We are a little too close to the magic 96% this early on in the year, so there is room for improvement; let’s see you all in school every day!


Thursday 19th July 2018

As we come to the end of another academic year, it is time to summarise and celebrate attendance at Calthorpe Park School.

The attendance statistics for the full academic year show that Year 8 and Year 10 are to be commended for remaining at and above the magic 96% (to be fair, Year 7 are only 0.2% below this!).

Which gives our final figure for the those students who attend school from September to July as 96%

This is great news, as we have achieved the target set last September!

Group

% Attend

Year 7

95.8

Year 8

96.7

Year 9

95.5

Year 10

96.2

Totals

96.0

When looking at the percentage attendance data per house, Da Vinci led the way for July attendance with Kilby close behind and Marie Curie and Somerville sharing 3rd place.

And finally, as we with regards to our new initiative for celebrating success per tutor group, the winners for each house are as follows:

House

Winning tutor group

Da Vinci

D01

Kilby

K08

Marie Curie

M05

Somerville

S01

 

We wish you a very happy summer holiday and look forward to welcoming students back on September 5th. Please make sure you keep an eye on the school website for the specific timings for your ‘new’ year group.


Tuesday 6th March 2018

February has now come to an end and we started March with an unexpected 2 days of heavy snow.

Hopefully spring is now underway and we will see warm and sunny weather in the run up to Easter.

The attendance statistics for February show that Year 8 are to be commended for remaining at and above the magic 96% (to be fair, 10 are only 0.3% below this!).

Unfortunately for the first time, the whole school monthly attendance figure of 95.3% falls below our target 96%, so we need a push on great attendance from all our students as we head towards the summer term.

Group

% Attend

Year 7

94.6

Year 8

96.2

Year 9

94.7

Year 10

95.7

Year 11

95.2

Totals

95.3

When looking at the percentage attendance data per house, we can see that Da Vinci led the way in February with an excellent 96.1%

Group

% Attend

Da Vinci

96.1

Kilby

94.8

Marie Curie

95.5

Somerville

94.9

Totals

95.3


Friday 9th February 2018

As we look at the attendance data for January, we have a whole school attendance figure of 95.7%. This is still a little lower than the 96% target Calthorpe Park School is aiming for, but taking into account the various winter infections going round, we are not too far behind where we need to be.

This term we have started a new initiative to track tutor group attendance on a weekly basis and a prize being awarded in assemblies for the tutor group with the best attendance each week. This has started positively, with the following summaries per House so far in 2018:

For Da Vinci, special mention to D3 for having the highest attendance over 2 separate weeks

Kilby have K7 gaining the winner spot for 2 of the 4 weeks

M11 lead the way for Marie Curie with 3 out of 4 winning weeks

S10 have been awarded the winner’s prize for 2 weeks this half term in Somerville    

Average Weekly Attendance Data by Tutor Group

 

4th – 12th Jan 2018

w/e 19th Jan

w/e 26th Jan

w/e 2nd Feb

D 01

96.86

98.80

98.00

92

D 02

92.09

93.21

98.21

96.43

D 03

92.86

98.89

95.83

98.61

D 04

95.92

93.21

92.86

95.09

D 05

95.71

95.38

93.27

96.63

D 06

95.60

97.31

98.08

97.6

D 07

95.77

98.89

92.13

96.3

D 08

98.21

94.29

92.41

95.54

D 09

95.50

97.78

96.30

92.13

D 10

93.39

97.41

95.37

95.83

D 11

96.17

93.93

91.52

91.96

K 01

95.50

95.93

88.89

91.52

K 02

93.37

93.21

91.96

97.22

K 03

96.03

94.07

91.20

96.30

K 04

97.88

95.56

95.37

98.15

K 05

98.90

92.22

98.15

98.15

K 06

96.15

98.85

95.19

89.90

K 07

95.24

95.56

99.07

99.07

K 08

98.68

95.56

94.91

95.37

K 09

96.70

93.08

92.31

95.19

K 10

94.44

95.56

88.89

88.43

K 11

96.43

96.43

93.75

92.86

M 01

95.57

96.55

94.40

94.40

M 02

98.35

95.00

95.67

94.23

M 03

94.71

91.92

93.27

97.12

M 04

97.53

96.54

93.27

99.04

M 05

95.71

95.20

95.00

98.00

M 06

96.83

95.19

82.87

95.37

M 07

94.97

94.44

89.81

95.37

M 08

96.56

94.44

94.91

98.61

M 09

98.15

94.81

93.52

93.52

M 10

94.13

91.79

92.86

93.97

M 11

100.00

98.00

96.00

97.92

S 01

97.35

94.81

96.30

96.76

S 02

97.80

96.54

89.90

83.65

S 03

90.37

93.04

96.74

91.30

S 04

92.58

93.46

91.35

96.15

S 05

95.66

97.14

96.88

93.75

S 06

94.13

96.07

95.09

94.20

S 07

95.14

96.54

93.27

94.23

S 08

93.39

93.33

92.13

96.76

S 09

95.06

94.23

91.35

96.63

S 10

96.30

98.89

97.22

95.83

S 11

92.30

92.50

91.52

89.29

 

Tuesday 23rd January 2018

As we look at the attendance data for January, we have a whole school attendance figure of 95.7%. This is still a little lower than the 96% target Calthorpe Park School is aiming for, but taking into account the various winter infections going round, we are not too far behind where we need to be.

The table below shows the attendance for the first three weeks of term 2

Year Group

Percentage Attendance January 2018

Y7

96

Y8

97

Y9

94

Y10

96

Y11

96

January attendance per House, contributing to the whole school percentage for 2018 so far

House

Percentage Attendance January 2018

Da Vinci

95.6

Kilby

96

Marie Curie

96

Somerville

95.2

Whole School

95.7

When looking at the numbers of students who have been in school every day of January, congratulations to the 882 of you, who have yet to miss a day of 2018.

Congratulations to Kilby & Marie Curie who have the highest % attendance for January

Winners of the Year Group Achievement Point for last month are Year 8.


Wednesday 10th January 2018

Term One 100% attendance records as announced in the Christmas Assembly by Mr Amos and Ms Hooper:

In fourth place was Somerville, with its 90 students with 100% attendance, giving their House a rating of 96.1% overall.

Kilby had 86 100%-ers  giving the House attendance rating of 96.3% overall, so Kilby is in third place in this “attendance leader board”.

In second place, Marie Curie had 80 students recorded with 100% attendance, giving Marie Curie 96.4% overall.  A good overall percentage but a lower number of 100%-ers compared to other Houses.

So, in first place, it was Da Vinci where there were 104 students with 100% attendance, and a House statistic of 96.5% overall.

All students with full attendance have their names displayed as a roll of honour on the Attendance Matters noticeboard along the main corridor through the Science Department in School.


Friday 1st December 2017

November has now come to an end and we can start getting excited about all the events which take place both in school and the local community in the run up to Christmas.

The attendance statistics for November show that Year 11 and Year 7 are to be commended for remaining at and above the magic 96% (to be fair, Year 8 and 10 are only 0.1% below this!).

Despite the cold weather and associated infections that we see at this time of year, the whole school attendance figure of 96% gives the majority of our students the best chances of success in the future.

Group

% Attend

Year 7

96.3

Year 8

95.9

Year 9

95.7

Year 10

95.9

Year 11

96.0

Totals

96.0

When looking at the percentage attendance data per house, we can see that Somerville led the way in November with an excellent 96.3%

Group

% Attend

Da Vinci

96.2

Kilby

95.9

Marie Curie

95.5

Somerville

96.3

Totals

96.0

100% attendance

Congratulations to the 712 of you, who didn’t miss a day in November

Winners of the Year Group Achievement Point for November for 100% attenders are Year 7

Da Vinci are to be congratulated for having the highest percentage of 100% attenders for November    


Friday 3rd November 2017

As we look at the attendance data for the first half term, we have a whole school attendance figure of 96.5%. While this is pleasingly above the 96% target Calthorpe Park School is aiming for, we have yet to move into the cold weather and the illnesses that it brings with it. There is a balance between not spreading your germs and finding school more challenging because you have missed important learning opportunities.

Year Group

% attendance

Year 7

97

Year 8

97

Year 9

97

Year 10

97

Year 11

95


Friday 6 October 2017

As we look at the attendance data for September, overall we have 97% attendance. Year 8 are leading the way with 97.8% overall attendance & Marie Curie are just in the lead with 97.5%.

Year Group

% Attendance

Year 7

97.1

Year 8

97.8

Year 9

96.8

Year 10

97.3

Year 11

96.1

 

Winners of the Year Group Achievement Point for September attendance are Year 8

House

% Attendance

Da Vinci

97.3

Kilby

96.8

Marie Curie

97.5

Somerville

96.6

 

Last month’s best house for attendance is Marie Curie

     

Punctuality

Can I remind all students and parents that the start of the school day is 8:40 am and our expectation is that all students are lined up ready for tutor time to begin at this time.  Following this week’s Senior Staff Late Sweep, a small number of students are not even on the school site by this time!

The gates around the site are locked just before 8:40 am, so students who walk along the back of school need to be planning the start to their day to ensure they make it onto the site before the gates shut.

Anyone travelling to school by car needs to take account of traffic and would be advised to aim for an 8:30 am arrival, which gives a small amount of spare time without resulting in a late arrival.

Persistently late students are sanctioned to encourage them to develop good habits regarding their punctuality in the future, as well as ensuring a prompt and productive start to the day for all members of our school community.


Friday 29 September 2017

The figure for whole school attendance up to and including September 26th stands at 97.4%.

Year 8 are leading the way with 98.1% and Marie Curie are the best House at this stage with 98%.

In terms of the weekly statistics for 100% attenders:

 

Year Group

Total number at 100%

% of the cohort

Year 7

222

88%

Year 8

228

93%

Year 9

227

90%

Year 10

199

89%

Year 11

190

88%

 

 

Winners of the Year Group Achievement Point for the second time are Year 8

House

Total number at 100%

% of the cohort

Da Vinci

268

90.5%

Kilby

265

89.2%

Marie Curie

273

91.9%

Sommerville

260

87%

 

 

This week’s best house for attendance is Marie Curie

     

Punctuality

Can I remind all students and parents that the start of the school day is 8:40 am and our expectation is that all students are lined up ready for tutor time to begin at this time.  Following a recent Senior Staff Late Sweep, a small number of students are not even on the school site by this time!

The gates around the site are locked just before 8:40 am, so students who walk along the back of school need to be planning the start to their day to ensure they make it onto the site before the gates shut.

Anyone travelling to school by car needs to take account of traffic and would be advised to aim for an 8:30 am arrival, which gives a small amount of spare time without resulting in a late arrival.

Persistently late students are sanctioned to encourage them to develop good habits regarding their punctuality in the future, as well as ensuring a prompt and productive start to the day for all members of our school community.


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