"Friday 26th May school will be closed for inset day"
Nicola Richards hosted a dinner for students from Sandwell Valley School
Letter for Parents Against Sexual Abuse
SVS Remote Education - Information for Parents
‘Progress is our Success’
Sandwell Valley School aims to maximise school attendance rates. We work in close partnership with parents/carers to encourage the regular attendance of students. Whilst it is understood that parents/carers are primarily responsible for ensuring that their children attend school, it is our responsibility to support attendance.
Attendance is monitored on a weekly basis and students are expected to have 90%+ attendance each week. Students with attendance falling below 90% will be encouraged to improve their attendance by agreeing targets and support. Students with persistent attendance falling below 80% and/or poor behaviour will be followed through in conjunction with the Attendance and Prosecution Service and will have their place reviewed at Sandwell Valley School. A home visit will be made if your child is absent and the Attendance Officer has not been informed about the reason. Parents/carers are regularly reminded that an unjustified absence is not acceptable.
SVS Attendance Policy
Parents/carers are required to support the Sandwell Valley School Behaviour Support Plan and sign to accept the policies of Sandwell Valley School.
SANDWELL VALLEY SCHOOL SUPPORTS ATTENDANCE THROUGH:
Close liaison with parents/carers.
A clear policy on absence and by clearly defining our expectations of students and parents/carers at interview.
Close monitoring of students’ attendance at morning and afternoon registrations.
A call to parents if a student has not arrived.
Close liaison with referring agencies.
Working closely with the Education Welfare Officer.