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This year my current attendance is 94%. This is not a good attendance figure but its because I have been ill quite frequently throughout the first year of sixth form. Also due to mental health I have taken a few days off this year.

I was wondering when will sixth form contact you or give a possible warning? ofc I am not intending to miss any more lessons In fact I dont want to miss any more.

I was just a bit worried, what is the worst that can happen?
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(Original post by Smoky saif)
This year my current attendance is 94%. This is not a good attendance figure but its because I have been ill quite frequently throughout the first year of sixth form. Also due to mental health I have taken a few days off this year.

I was wondering when will sixth form contact you or give a possible warning? ofc I am not intending to miss any more lessons In fact I dont want to miss any more.

I was just a bit worried, what is the worst that can happen?
Depends how strict your 6th form is, but I think that your grades take a hit unless you've caught up on the work. If you called in sick and weren't skiving off, I think that's acceptable enough. A DT or letter home seems extreme, so just try and not miss any more lessons or speak to someone if you really are worried. Do you have a form tutor? See what they think.

But loads of people starting skipping over lockdown, even online and tbh I don't really think that anything happened. Focus on getting better, keeping up with work, and you still have next year to get a better attendance.
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Depends how strict your 6th form is, but I think that your grades take a hit unless you've caught up on the work. If you called in sick and weren't skiving off, I think that's acceptable enough. A DT or letter home seems extreme, so just try and not miss any more lessons or speak to someone if you really are worried. Do you have a form tutor? See what they think.

But loads of people starting skipping over lockdown, even online and tbh I don't really think that anything happened. Focus on getting better, keeping up with work, and you still have next year to get a better attendance.
Yeah I was never skiving off. There was always a valid reason. Also I have done my exams for this year and got all A's. So in terms of academics Im not too worried. It's more about possibly getting in trouble. And yes of course I will not miss another lesson.
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Yeah I was never skiving off. There was always a valid reason. Also I have done my exams for this year and got all A's. So in terms of academics Im not too worried. It's more about possibly getting in trouble. And yes of course I will not miss another lesson.
Well done for the A's despite everything! I wouldn't worry too much, you seem to be in a good place academically, so I guess you just have to move on from that - it's the past. You just have to keep doing your best and I'm sure you won't be in trouble.
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This year my current attendance is 94%. This is not a good attendance figure but its because I have been ill quite frequently throughout the first year of sixth form. Also due to mental health I have taken a few days off this year.

I was wondering when will sixth form contact you or give a possible warning? ofc I am not intending to miss any more lessons In fact I dont want to miss any more.

I was just a bit worried, what is the worst that can happen?
94% isn't a that low - most schools won't bat an eyelid.
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