GLF Schools

GLF Schools

GLF Schools was founded in 2012 in order to enable the federation of Glyn School (an academy in 2011) and Danetree Junior School. Together, we began our journey to become a MAT of more than 1000 talented staff working with over 10,000 children in 40 schools across 5 regions in southern England.

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Banbury Region

Banstead Region

Berkshire & Hampshire Region

Caterham Region

Crawley Region

Didcot Region

Epsom Region

London Boroughs

Redhill Region

Sunbury & Camberley Region

Attendance

Procedure for Reporting Absences from School

Danetree Primary School requires a daily message to be received by 9am (or as early as possible) from Parents or Carers by telephone call (020 8393 6406). Select option 1 for the absence line.

Why it is important to attend school regularly?

– To give your child the best possible start in life.

– They will be able to keep up with their work.

– They will achieve better results.

– They will develop friendships and social skills.

School attendance is central to raising standards in education and ensuring all pupils can fulfil their potential. Danetree Primary school has a target of 97% attendance for all pupils. This rate allows for periods of illness or particular circumstances when absence from schools is unavoidable. We want your child to attend school regularly as this supports their learning. If your child is not well or if you have a planned reason why your child cannot attend school, please inform the school at the earliest opportunity.

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Children of compulsory school age must, by law, receive a full time education.

Each person with day to day parental responsibility could be taken to court and fined for each child who is not attending school regularly or who is persistently late.

The Education Act 1996 states that all pupils should attend school regularly and punctually. ‘If a child of compulsory school age, who is a registered pupil at a school fails to attend regularly at the school, his parent is guilty of an offence.’

Some key attendance facts:

  • Attending 90% of the time or less will have a serious effect on learning.
  • One day’s absence every two weeks will give 90% attendance.
  • Up to the age of 16, 90% attendance will mean losing over a year of school.

Arrival at School

The start of the school day is as follows:

Reception

The school gates will open at 8:30am.

08:45 - 08:55 - Children enter class for early morning work

08:55 - Registration

Key Stage 1 and Key Stage 2

The school gates will open at 8:30am.

08:30 - 08:45 - Children enter class for early morning work

08:45 - All children expected in class

08:50 - Registration

The school gates will close at 8:45am for Key Stage 1 and 2 and 8:55am for Reception. If a pupil arrives after this then they must enter the school via the school office.

If your child arrives after registration they will be marked late (from 8:55am to 9:10am).

If your child arrives after 9:10am they will receive an unauthorised absence mark.

Remember that persistent lateness can be legally counted as unauthorised absence.

Lateness

Persistent lateness can:

  • Cause embarrassment to your child.
  • Make it harder for your child to settle.
  • Cause disruption to the rest of the class.

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Attendance Policy

Documents

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Attendance Flow Chart 05th Mar 2024 Download

Latest Tweets

  • June 8, 2024 Robins enjoying every minute of their bubble and bounce experience today. Thanks so much to our amazing PTA! pic.twitter.com/jTDdn3Uwi4
  • May 26, 2024 Year 1 loved having their Wild Science Workshop in school last week. We got to learn even more facts about animals and met a very cute gerbil named Bob! pic.twitter.com/4vnTKsRwRN
  • May 24, 2024 1 Jays enjoyed getting outdoors for their maths lesson today! We explored capacity and counted how many spoons of water it took to fill a container nearly empty, half full and full! We then discussed more appropriate containers we could used to fill the larger containers! pic.twitter.com/6sX4Bmi64i
  • May 22, 2024 The Year 4 team were incredibly proud of all the children today! They completed their wonderful presentation boards which included information about their chosen biome. This afternoon they got the opportunity to share their work and knowledge with their parents and carers! pic.twitter.com/fT9mt97pyt
  • May 20, 2024 3 Rowling loved exploring adding fractions in more detail during their Maths lesson today. We used both number lines and bar models to represent our thinking and explained our reasoning using fraction equations. Great mathematical knowledge 3R! pic.twitter.com/NS3d5JGGvm
  • May 17, 2024 Breaking News! Year 1 opened their extrordinary museums this afternoon for all of the Year 1 children to see. On display we had some realistic clay animal models that were 3D!  They loved getting to read each other's fact files to find out more animal facts too. pic.twitter.com/rW2IGTEn7Q
  • May 16, 2024 This week year 5 have produced fantastic, high-quality pieces of writing; all about the life cycle of a butterfly. Don't they look great!They were sure to include all necessary features of an explanation text and then put their own creative flare to it, well done year 5! pic.twitter.com/Z66RpmipkU
  • May 15, 2024 5 reasons why you should choose our wonderful school! pic.twitter.com/1LsNVEvZSd
  • May 15, 2024 It was an exciting day at Hampton Court Palace for 3D pic.twitter.com/drrAlVq97V
  • May 15, 2024 Check out year 3’s AMAZING trip to Hampton Court Palace today. We explored the magic garden, found our way out of the maze, delved deep into the Tudor kitchens and even saw the beautiful palace Henry built for his wives - complete with his actual crown! pic.twitter.com/JOYt0TQ277
  • May 15, 2024 Bumblebees had great fun going on a minibeast hunt around the grounds of the school. We looked on the bark of the trees, in muddy holes, in the grass and along the fences. They found lots to tick off their lists, including ants, beetles and spiders. pic.twitter.com/OuSklfdduP
  • May 15, 2024 4 Lowry developed their teamwork skills in PE today by playing different team games. They practised throwing to a target, scoring points and were great team players! pic.twitter.com/n5hPwPaQ2U
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