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Graduation Days are when we welcome the Year 6 students who will be starting
at Wright Robinson College in September, take part in a full timetable of lessons.
The year 6 children really enjoy Graduation Days as they get to know the college, their form tutor, their class teachers and make new friends.
This means that when they start college in September the people and surroundings are familiar to them.
For a child to reach their full educational achievement a high level of college attendance is essential. Every opportunity will be used to convey to students and their parents/carers the importance of regular and punctual attendance. School attendance is subject to education law.
The link between attendance and attainment is firmly established. Those students who attend College more frequently achieve greater qualifications and are more able to access higher education, employment or training.
Wright Robinson College operates an Attendance Improvement Model – known in College as the ‘Banding Report’. Your child’s attendance is monitored every four weeks. On the basis of their attendance they are placed into a coloured band. Students in different bands receive different interventions designed to improve their attendance and therefore enable them to achieve the best possible educational outcomes.