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47% Penalty Notices Code of Cond
Browser does not support script. Penalty Notices (Sections 444A & 444B) supplement the existing sanctions to enforce attendance at school currently available under Section 444 of the Education Act 1996 and Section 36 of the Children Act 1989. There will be no restriction on the number of times a parent/carer may receive a warning on the possible issue of a Penalty Notice.
Bedford Borough Council

 
37% Behaviour and Safeguarding
Browser does not support script. all our schools have up to date behaviour, attendance and anti-bullying policies the school environment actively provides learning every teacher is good at managing and improving children's behaviour . Encouraging schools to work collaboratively to improve behaviour and attendance by sharing good practice and developing effective transition work.
Bedford Borough Council

 
30% School Attendance and The Law
Browser does not support script. If your child is registered at a school, you must make sure the child attends that school regularly. Evidence for prosecution will be supplied by the school in the form of an attendance certificate signed by the headteacher.
Bedford Borough Council

 
16% Child Performance
Browser does not support script. Headteachers may agree to a child being absent from school under Regulation 7.(1)(2)(a)/(b) of The Education (Pupil Registration) (England) (Regulations) 2006. Childs main educational establishment).
Bedford Borough Council

 
5% Hosted By Bedford Borough Council: Sandy Infants Church and Public Elementary School
Sandy Infants Church and Public Elementary School Elevation of the Church Schools [AD3865/38/3]. No. Sandy Infants, as a church school, became a public elementary school. This they are not able to do, and the result is that, in these two subjects, many are unfit to take their places in the senior departments when the time for promotion comes.
Bedfordshire County Council (Bedfordshire and Luton Archives and

 
5% Hosted By Bedford Borough Council: Heath and Reach School Sources
Heath and Reach School Sources Elevation of Heath School 1845 [AD3865/19/1]. E/SA3/1/2: managers' and inspectors' reports: 1903; SDHeath3/1: report of H.M.Inspector: 1933; CCE3967: deeds regarding purchase of new school site: 1980-2007;
Bedfordshire County Council (Bedfordshire and Luton Archives and

 
5% Hosted By Bedford Borough Council: Heath and Reach School
Heath and Reach School Elevation of Heath School 1845 [AD3865/19/1]. The old Board Schools thus became Council Schools whilst the old National, British and other non-Board schools became known as Public Elementary Schools. There are five class rooms which are, or could be made, satisfactory;
Bedfordshire County Council (Bedfordshire and Luton Archives and

 
3% Hosted By Bedford Borough Council: Sandy Boys and Girls Church and Public Elementary Schools
Sandy Boys and Girls Church and Public Elementary Schools Elevation of the Church Schools [AD3865/38/3]. In all classes the teaching is careful, intelligent and thorough…the general level of attainments of the scholars as a whole is creditable alike to the Head Master and his staff".
Bedfordshire County Council (Bedfordshire and Luton Archives and

 
1% Hosted By Bedford Borough Council: Toddington National School
Toddington National School Part of the elevation of the school in 1855 [AD3865/44]. Soyers &c. Toddington National School had accommodation for 153 boys and 151 girls. The outbreak of the Second World War meant that many children were evacuated from London to Bedfordshire.
Bedfordshire County Council (Bedfordshire and Luton Archives and

 
1% Hosted By Bedford Borough Council: Sources for Education in Toddington
Sources for Education in Toddington The following list gives all the sources relating to education in … E/TE5/3: details of teachers: 1904-1908; SDToddington1/5: logbook: 1945-1960; E/TE5/4: details of teachers: 1908-1912.
Bedfordshire County Council (Bedfordshire and Luton Archives and

 

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