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Christmas jumper day at Oakway #charityPRIDE
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Christmas lunch! Festive food, cheerful children and smiling staff- all wearing Christmas jumpers in aid of Save th…
Reading celebration assembly on Monday celebrated children who have read over 250,000 words this year, 3 have read…
Oakway choir singing at the Priory last night! Parents and patrons enjoyed their performance! #passionforsinging#PR…
Oakway choir rehearsal at Hatton ready for tonight’s Trust performance! #Christmas#Community#PRIDE
EYFS loved their trip to Lodge Farm on Thursday! No snow this year but lots of fun! #earlyyears#PRIDE
Y4 loved their visit to Coventry transport museum on Friday! #history#PRIDE
So proud of our Project Ability curling team and accompanying Young Leaders, they were total stars at the competiti…
Great to see so many families at parents meetings this week! Thank you for your comments on the questionnaires and…



What support do we provide?

All children’s whose attendance falls below 95% are monitored on a regular basis and parents are invited to meet with a member of the welfare team to discuss any reasons for low attendance and possible support that could be offered in order to help this improve.  This support could involve pastoral support for the child or early help intervention for the whole family from a multi-agency team.

All children are allocated rewards for attending school. Each child receives a team point for every day that they attend school and team points accrue to be spent on tangible prizes from the reward shop. Classes are also rewarded for good attendance in order to develop a collective responsibility for school attendance, through the PERFECT ATTENDANCE rewards. Every day that the whole class attends school the teacher will allocate a PERFECT ATTENDANCE award and cover one letter from their PERFECT ATTENDANCE display (which is in every classroom). Once the class has all the PERFECT ATTENDANCE letters covered up they are eligible for a class reward, such as games afternoon or extra playtime.

How do children access the support?

All children’s attendance is monitored on a regular basis by the welfare team and families are offered support accordingly on an individual basis.

Who do I contact?

Felicity Botterill, Head of Pupil Safety and Welfare