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- Pupils must remain on school premises from registration to the end of the last afternoon lesson unless they have the permission of the Headmaster, with the exception of Sixth Formers who may be out at break or during the lunch period and who, with their Tutor’s permission, may leave after Period 7 (Lower Sixth) or Period 6 (Upper Sixth).
- This privilege can be withdrawn from Sixth Formers at the discretion of the Head of Sixth Form.
- If a parent wishes a pupil to be absent from school during term time for a day or longer, approval must be sought in writing from the Headmaster.
- Permission will not normally be granted for late return from, or leaving early for, holiday.
- Permission for absences from school for part of a day must be sought from the Form Tutor in the first instance.
- If a pupil has to be absent due to illness or some other cause, his/her parents or guardian should telephone the School Office by 9.30am (or e-mail email@example.com) and leave a message of explanation for the Form Tutor.
- When a pupil returns to the school he/she should bring a note of explanation signed by a parent/guardian.
- Inter-school and other fixtures take place on Saturdays and Sundays: pupils are required to play if selected to represent the school - two weeks’ notice is required if you know you may be unavailable.
- Unexplained non-attendance at a School fixture is regarded as exactly the same as truancy from timetabled lessons
- Attendance at practices after school, and at CCF parade for all cadets, is also compulsory.