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Course duration: 1.5 hours
Course cost: £40 + VAT per candidate
Delivery method: Online or in house






This course examines:


  • How to effectively track pupil attendance in order to prioritise casework


  • Methods schools can undertake to achieve best outcomes for pupils


  • How to successfully collate and submit evidence in-line with Local Authority (LA) requirements


  • Understanding the LA’s role and duty regarding legal action

  • Looking at how we can engage with parents, carers, children and young people on a practical level whilst working within the boundaries of Covid-19 risk assessments, school policies, Department for Education (DfE) and Public Health England (PHE) guidance

What is the course about?




This course looks at how schools can develop their policy and practice in order to achieve maximum effect when dealing with pupil attendance concerns.


It provides examples of how data can be used to ensure interventions are prioritised and delivered efficiently.


It explores the role of the local authority and how schools can ensure their procedures are evidenced to meet the requirements for legal action.

Who is the course aimed at?




This course is suitable for:

  • Teachers and middle leaders

  • Senior leaders

  • MAT leaders

  • Attendance teams

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