High Attendance means High Achievement

Aim for your child to be in school at least 96% of the time.
Pupils with more than 96% attendance gain the best results at GCSE, BTEC and AS/A2 Level. Therefore, being in lessons means pupils will achieve success.

Attendance is constantly monitored and if it falls below 96% we will contact you to ensure attendance improves. If the Educational Social Worker (ESW) then becomes involved you may be fined or prosecuted. We will try to help you avoid this at all costs.

We believe the partnership between home and school is vital for your child’s success. Please telephone school before 8.50am for all absences or let us know via the ParentMail app. Our automated system texts or calls if an absence is not explained by 9.30am. Always complete an Absence Note or PE Absence Note in the student planner.

Years 7 to 11 and Post-16
24hr Attendance Line 01274 258973
Email attendance@titussaltschool.co.uk

Attendance Manager 07713 56715

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Pupils should always be punctual to school and lessons.

To avoid a late mark, pupils should be in form rooms for registration at 8.50am. Pupils must always sign in at reception if arriving after 8.50am. Pupils who arrive after 8.50am, or who are late to lessons receive a late mark (L) in their planner.

Note: A one hour whole school detention is given if a pupil accrues three late marks to school in one week or three late marks to lessons in one week. Plus, if pupils are late to school they also receive a lunchtime detention on that day.

In line with the Department for Education advice to support attendance, we do not authorise holidays in term time.

Signing out
We discourage pupils from leaving during the day but if it’s unavoidable put a note in your child’s planner e.g. hospital appointment. Pupils must sign out/back in at reception.

To see our attendance policy please click here