Brington Church of England

Primary School

As we learn in the bible... Therefore encourage one another and build each other up, just as in fact you are doing.
(Thessalonians 5:11)

Attendance Information

School Opening Hours


Each day, the school gate opens at 8.30am and is closed at 8.50am. Morning registration is at 8.50am and any children who arrive after this time will be registered as late. 

Children are dismissed at 3.15pm from the school gate each day. 

The total number of school opening hours per week: 33 hours 25 minutes

Pupil illness


While school attendance is important, sending a poorly child into school will not speed their recovery and could spread illness in the school community.


The NHS has produced guidance on whether you should send your child to school if they are suffering from a range of childhood/common illnesses at


Please remember to call the School Office as early as possible to notify of absence through illness. You should call on each day of their absence.

Leave of Absence Request


Due to the disruptive effect on a child’s education you are strongly urged to avoid booking a family holiday during term time. Recent government regulations have removed the discretion on headteachers agreeing to term time holiday requests except in exceptional circumstances.  Permission must be requested on a leave of absence form (which may be downloaded using the link below) at least ten school days before the absence is due to begin, unless the circumstances themselves prevent such notice, for example a family funeral.

If permission is not granted and the child is taken out of school, this will be classified as unauthorised absence, i.e. truancy, and you may be liable for a Penalty Notice (fine).  Penalty Notices may only be served in accordance with the County Council’s code of conduct.


The amount of a Penalty Notice is £60 per parent per child if paid within 21 days, increasing to £120 per parent per child if paid after 21 days and before 28 days.  Should a parent or carer on whom a notice is served fail to pay the fine in full within the specified time he/she will be liable to prosecution in a Magistrates court where on conviction a sentence of a fine up to £2,500 or up to three months in prison may be imposed.


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