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1310 Attendance Report - Term Three 2013

Attendance rate for Term 3 2013

Term 2 2013

Term 3 2012

84%

79.8

82.3

16783/20065

(3282 Not present)

Number of pupils

Gender

Female

84%

81%

83%

9231/10968

131

Male

83%

78%

82%

7552/9097

113

Room

Manawanui

83%

79%

85%

1262/1516

18

Rangimarie

86%

83%

85%

1557/1806

21

Rm 1

81%

82%

75%

(r2 71%)

1849/2270

28

Rm 3

85%

75%

Kimihia 84%

1329/1564

20

Rm 4

76%

73%

 

1211/1584

18

Rm 5

88%

84%

82%

1258/1431

18

Rm 6

81%

79%

84%

1349/1672

19

Rm12

87%

84%

86%

1801/2066

25

Rm14

88%

81%

82%

1599/1808

22

Rm15

82%

79%

84%

1626/1980

22

Tumanako

86%

83%

89%

1803/2086

24

Year Level

Y1

82%

80%

77%

2833/3466

46

Y2

84%

78%

79%

3265/3894

46

Y3

83%

79%

83%

3017/3640

43

Y4

84%

81%

83%

2476/2946

35

Y5

83%

79%

86%

2374/2869

36

Y6

87%

82%

88%

2818/3250

38

 

·       84% is the highest attendance rate we have had for some time, including terms such as term 1 which are usually the best.

·       There is not usually a significant difference between attendance of boys and girls. In term 2 we were aware of a difference of 5% in absences but that seems to have disappeared.

·       All classes and all year levels improved on term 2’s attendance rate with some, such as room 3, having a significant difference.

·       While the trend for attendance to improve as the children get older continues, the improvement in attendance for junior pupils is significant. This is probably the first time ever we have had attendance of over 80% for years 1 and 2.