A Appointments - Please try to arrange appointments outside school hours.
B Breakfast - Don't let breakfast get in the way of getting your child to school on time, bring them to breakfast club.
C Casual Absence - Be aware of those casual days off for shopping and birthdays, they all add up!
D Dinner - Try to prepare packed lunches the night before so you don't have to stop at the shops on the way.
E Encourage - Encourage your child to prepare for school the night before.
F Friendships - Made at school can stay with your child for the rest of thier life.
G Good attendance - It's the secret of succcess.
H Homework - Homework should be done in the evenings and not rushed before school starts.
I Inset Days - Don't keep children off school just because their siblings have an inset day.
J Jump for Joy - Celebrate with your classmates when you achieve the excellent award for 100% attendance
K Keep fit - Leave plenty of time to walk to school, a healthy lifestyle leads to a healthy mind.
L Lateness - Being late disrupts the whole class and means missing vital lesson introductions
M Missed minutes - Just fifteen miniutes late each day means missing two whole weeks of school each year.
N Nursery - Help your child to develop good habits from an early age.
O Opportunites - School means fantastic opportunites to enjoy exciting activities.
P Praise - Always remember to praise your child for trying hard and being organised.
Q Question - Ask your child about their day at school.
R Ring school - Don't forget to let the school know if your child is going to be absent or late.
S Sickness - We understand that sometimes your children don't feel well, but do they really need to be off school?
T Term time holiday - Schools are no longer able to authorise time off for holidays during term time.
U Unauthorised absences - These can lead to prosecution after ten missed sessions. That's only five school days!
V Visit School - If you have any concerns or worries about getting your child to school on time.
W Website - Check back to the website to see how your child's class is performing.
X Excellent Chart - Don't forget everyone has to attend before the register is complete to move the star up the chart. One child being late will effect the whole class.
Y You - Are legally responsible for making sure your child attends school regularly.
Z Zzzzzz - Early bed times makes it easier for everyone in the morning and makes a better start to the school day.