Strategies for schools to improve attendance and manage lateness

This Welsh resource sets out examples of strategies that can be employed by schools to help improve school attendance.

This guide provides useful, practical strategies for schools to help improve attendance and reduce lateness, including key examples from case study schools.

Using this resource

This resource is designed for:

  • School staff and Governors

Curriculum links

Wales - Health and Wellbeing

Our decision-making impacts on the quality of our lives and the lives of others

Progression step 3: I can recognise that some decisions I make will have a long-term impact on my life and the lives of others.

 Progression step 4: I can consider relevant factors and implications when making decisions individually and collectively.

 Progression step 5: I can critically evaluate factors and implications, including risks, when making decisions individually and collectively.

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