Getting children back to school

 The government is setting up four more attendance hubs to drive up school attendance, supporting thousands of pupils as we drive up attendance and level up education across the UK.  

  • Supporting pupils to catch up after the disruption of the global Covid pandemic is one of our top priorities as we take the long term decisions needed to boost education across the UK. 
  • That is why we have established four more attendance hubs in Nottingham, Grimsby and Swindon, taking the total number of students supported through our attendance hubs to 400,000, helping those schools struggling to tackle poor attendance by giving them the tools they need, such as sharing practical approaches like building stronger relationships with families, to get pupils back to school. 
  • The new hubs are at St Giles Special School in Nottinghamshire, John Whitgift Academy in Grimsby and at Ridgeway School and Sixth Form and The Croft Primary School, both in Swindon.
  • Being at school helps children grow in confidence and reach their full potential – we are doing everything we can to ensure children are back at school getting the skills they need for the future. 

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