At Pleasant Street our aim is for every child to achieve and reach their full potential.  To achieve this regular attendance and good punctuality is vital.  We have been working very closely with the school Educational Welfare Officer to improve attendance and punctuality in school.

Pupil Attendance Policy

School starts at 8:55am and it is essential that you child is in school on time.  Any child arriving after 9:00am will be marked late. If your child is late you must sign them in, explaining the reason for your late arrival and to ensure they receive their mark and have ordered a dinner.  If your child arrives later than 9.30am it is automatically an unauthorised absence for the morning session.
If your child is unwell and cannot attend school we ask that you contact us on 0151 709 3802 or fill in the form on the school app to inform us before the school day begins. Our Pastoral Support Worker, Mr Irvine begins ‘First Day Response’ when registration closes.  If you have not contacted the school you will receive a telephone call asking you to confirm the reason for your child’s absence.

Our School Attendance Target is 97%

School attendance is monitored very closely.  We have an attendance target of 97%.  If your child’s attendance falls below this percentage and it is a cause for concern you will be contacted by Mr Irvine and our Education Welfare Officer.  If attendance falls to 90% or below, parents run the risk of being fined by the Local Authority and potential court proceedings.
At the end of each term and the school year, children who have reached the attendance target of 97% or above are mentioned in our attendance assembly, given a certificate to acknowledge their achievement and placed into a prize draw.
Mr Irvine