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Parkdale Primary School - Covid-19 Update: 23.10.20: A child associated with Year 6 has tested positive for Covid-19. As a result and in line with Government guidance, the class bubble for 6 Cedar will be required to self-isolate until end of day Weds 4th Nov. A child associated with Year 3 has tested positive for Covid-19. As a result and in line with Government guidance, the class bubble for 3 Elm will be required to self-isolate until end of day Weds 4th.Nov. The school remains open to all other children not already self-isolating. Public Health England continue to advise and support the school.

Attendance

Current Term:

  • Autumn 2020-21 - 97.0%
  • Attendance Year to Date - 97.0%
  • Last week (wb 12.10) - 98.9%

Previous Term:

  • Autumn Half Term 1 -
  • Autumn Half Term 2 -
  • -

Overall: 2017-18 = 96.8%, 2018-19 97%

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