Get involved Be passionate. Teachers who get excited about what they teach communicate many things to the students who are in their classes. They clue students in to the fact that this material is exciting, fun, and engaging.
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They show themselves in a positive light and make their classrooms a place where students want to be. Show students that you care. Both on a group and individual level, when students know that there is someone who cares about how they are doing on a daily basis, they are more likely to come to school. Hold students accountable and promote high achievement.
Part of communicating to students that you care is communicating that their academic work matters. Encourage extracurricular activities.
Like promoting high achievement, research has shown that students who are involved in clubs and sports are more likely to come to school. Address classroom management issues swiftly.
The last thing you want to do when that absent kid comes to school is to make it a negative experience for them, so too often the tendency is to let small misbehaviors slide. Tags: Teacher Resources.
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9 things schools can do today to improve attendance
Guest of Honour. Attendance in schools has increased steadily over the last decade but we still have work to do to enable all our children to access and benefit from engagement in educational opportunity. Latest Government statistics published in March show a rise in both authorised and unauthorised absence in addition to an increase in persistent absence across all school types.
A prominent focus for government is children missing out on education, this focus has led to detailed analysis of who misses out, why they are missing out and the consequences of not addressing this for the children and society as a whole. Ofsted too have vocalised their concerns and findings to Government. This workshop will explore these issues in detail through analysis and discussion and look at new ways we can tackle this problem together. Victoria also works as an Attendance Improvement and Education Welfare Consultant working across all phases of education with a remit to raise whole school attendance.
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Working with a range of education providers, she advises on strategies to raise attendance and close the gaps between distinct groups of students through analysis of systems, procedures and effective use of data as well as support for casework. Victoria has developed and successfully implemented a strategy around coding to help schools understand and analyse the impact of coding decisions on attendance levels.
see url Her role as president of NASWE involves meetings with the DfE to discuss policy and practice, being involved in consultation work, for example working with Lord Soley regarding his proposed bill on regulations for Home Education and linking with other national organisations such as the National Children's Bureau in areas of research, policy and practice.
Other related interests include Chair of the management committee of Bristol Hospital Education service. Agenda Start. Welcome and introduction.