Oakhill Primary School

‘Working together for a brighter future’


At Oakhilll, We believe that in order to facilitate teaching and learning, good attendance is essential. Oakhill aims to raise standards in education and to ensure that students achieve their full potential. We recognise that this aim is not possible if they do not regularly attend or are persistently late.


Pupils are expected to attend every day. It is the responsibility of parents to perform their legal duty by ensuring their children of compulsory school age attend regularly and are punctual. We have a wide range of support available to help any parents who need it. Please contact Mrs Keay if you need any help at all.


Attendance and punctuality issues can have a detrimental effect on the education that a pupil receives. Evidence shows that missing out on lessons leaves students vulnerable to falling behind and the tendency for them to achieve less than those students with a good attendance record. The table below shows the difference in attainment between children who attend regularly and those who do not.



We update this page each half term to show the overall attendance for the school and the attendance in each year group. Remember, our school target for this year (2023-2024) is 97%. 


Overall Attendance by the end of Summer 1 (ACADEMIC YEAR: 2023-2024)


Year Group% Present
Foundation Stage 191.3%
Foundation Stage 292.3%
Year Y195.8%
Year Y295.0%
Year Y394.0%
Year Y496.3%
Year Y595.0%
Year Y696.0%
Totals Y1-Y695.4%
Totals inc EYFS94.6%


Overall Attendance Whole Year (ACADEMIC YEAR: 2022-2023)


Year Group% Present
Year Y194.1%
Year Y293.0%
Year Y396.0%
Year Y494.5%
Year Y594.8%
Year Y694.6%
Totals (all)93.5%
Totals (Y1 - Y6)94.8%