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Attendance & Absence

Absence through illness or unforeseen circumstances:

Please telephone the school (0161 973 3217) on the first day of absence before 9.15am or alternatively send an email to absence@salegrammar.co.uk

Students should bring a note/entry in their planner to their Form Tutor immediately on their return from any absence.

When students return to school following a broken bone or other serious injury, a risk assessment will be completed with a parent to identify any implications of the injury.

Known absence:

A written request to school should be made at least four weeks prior to any known extended absence. A leave of absence form must be completed and returned to be authorised by the Headteacher, Mr. Smallwood.

You are able to submit a leave of absence form electronically. Please download the document below, complete, and return by email to adminteam@salegrammar.co.uk

Parents should not make holiday arrangements during term time. Please be aware that school is not obliged to set or mark work for students on holiday.

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Student Leave of Absence Form During Ter... 24th Jan 2018 Download

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