Procedure for Reporting Absences from School
Glyn School requires a daily message to be received by 8am (or as early as possible) from Parents or Carers to inform us of any absence from school due to illness or appointments for students in all year groups. This can be done via:
- Telephone call to our Absence Line 020 8716 4949 - Years 7-11 option 1 and Years 12-13 option 2
- Email firstname.lastname@example.org for Years 7-11
- Email email@example.com for Years 12 and 13
Where there is a prolonged absence from school a doctor's certificate or note may be required by us as evidence to support the absence.
If you have any medical or other appointments that will lead to your son or daughter being late to school, please also inform us using the email address or telephone number above. Mid-morning or late afternoon appointments should be made when possible.
What happens if a Student Becomes Unwell During the School Day?
If your child becomes unwell during the school day, they must ask for permission to go to the school’s Medical Room and, if necessary, Parents or Carers will be contacted for their child to go home. Students must never contact Parents or Carers directly to make arrangements to go home.
Only the school can authorise absence, on the basis of information provided by parents or carers. Medical paperwork may be required from the doctor or specialist to confirm illness absence and the date and time of medical appointments. Where explanations are not felt to be acceptable, the absence will remain unauthorised and parents or carers informed.
Further guidance can be viewed in the page downloads section below and a copy of our full Attendance Policy can be found under our policies section.
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