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Children’s Commisioner:
Voices of England’s missing children


Children’s Commisioner:
New Insights into School Absence


Children’s Commisioner:
Guide for Attendance Officers


Support Anxiety: Wellbeing Plan


Support Anxiety: Master plan Environmental Rangers lessons timetable


Support Anxiety: MHE Support at Richards booklet


Support Anxiety: Talking about anxiety in schools and colleges


Support Anxiety: KS4 Poster


Support Anxiety: KS3 poster


General Attendance Support

Blanford Scale

Avoidable absences, facts and the law

Using data to promote whole school attendance

Attendance graphics

Attendance think bubbles

Attendance graphic

Attendance graph

Attendance Policy Support

policy tick sheet

Latest Articles

Salford students furious over letting firm’s falsified document

October 4, 2023


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A major student letting company is accused of adding a tenant’s signature to a waiver form.BBC News – Family & Education

Gillian Keegan pledges crackdown on mobiles in schools

October 2, 2023


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The education secretary says pupils in England should be banned from using phones during the school day.BBC News – Family & Education

What could Rishi Sunak’s British baccalaureate look like?

September 30, 2023


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The prime minister wants more students to study maths and English until the age of 18.BBC News – Family & Education

useful links

NAHE – National Association for Hospital Education

PRUSAP – The Voice of Alternative provision

SHS – School Home Support – charity supporting children and Families



Centre for Social Justice

Attendance Works