The ‘Attendance for learning’ programme supports school delivery of the ‘Wider Strategies’ component within the Education Endowment Foundation guide for the Pupil Premium; programme compliments new Ofsted guidance on Relationships education.

The Department for Education expects schools to support attendance matters through meaningful support to families.  The ‘Attendance for learning’ programme responds to this by working to the principle that attendance and good habits for this can be learnt given the time, space and opportunity to learn.

In summary, the six-weeks programme covers:

  • Education law and responsibilities to this (school and parental)
  • The home-school relationship (importance of good rapport)
  • The facilitating environment (how parents can help/extend learning)
  • Learning for all (understanding/realising aspirations)
  • Piecing this together (applying learning/developing peer support/parental network)
  • Time together (programme success, celebrating a shared achievement)

Find out more here:

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