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Sneinton C of E Primary School is committed to providing an education of the highest quality for all its pupils and recognises this can only be achieved by supporting and promoting excellent school attendance for all.
We believe that attending school regularly and on time will help children to take full advantage of the educational opportunities available to them.
High attainment depends on good attendance.
The whole school community – pupils, parents and carers, teaching, support staff and school governors – have a responsibility for ensuring good school attendance, and have important roles to play.
Smiles all round! These talented people on completion of our @TransformTSA NQT programme. Our children and schools are privileged to have you. Congratulations and see you next year for NQT+ exciting times ahead! #TransformNQT #togetherweachieve pic.twitter.com/zH2pAvvbSX
If a teacher has made a difference to you and your family, why not take a few minutes to say ‘thank you’ through the #ThankATeacher campaign? It’s a great, free, way to say thanks, and it’s open to all. Simply fill in a form online and make someone’s day! thankateacher.co.uk pic.twitter.com/2TY0MIQQoR
Thank you to @marktransform for taking this BEAUTIFUL image of Niagara Falls on his recent trip to #Canada courtesy of @leaderstoday! #MondayMotivation #MondayMorning #BeingYourBest #BeingMyBest #FED @FEDleaders @steveradcliffe @Shish_Transform pic.twitter.com/nou4FxMPKX
Great work on developing a Reading for Pleasure culture! @sneintonprimary @juliedoyleRR21 @mrswalkerteach Such power in developing a holistic view of reading. It was a pleasure to visit last week. #teacherswhoread #readerswhoteach @TransformTrust twitter.com/juliedoylerr21…