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No More Skipping School With Protocol Education

12/06/18

As part of Bristol’s Corporate Social Responsibility Project we have been running several attendance incentives across the schools we regularly work with – leading assemblies, creating displays and providing awards and prizes each term. In the past we have provided schools with certificates and prizes but this year we have got fully involved and it has made a huge difference!

One of our client schools in Bristol have seen incredible increases in their attendance and a completely rejuvenated attitude towards attendance from the pupils overall.

School: "The attendance programme Protocol Education have been trialling this year with us has been a huge success as you can see in the table below."


"The children are fully engaged and look forward to the termly prizes and are encouraged to keep going to be in Protocol Education's big raffle at the end of the year. As you can see, in just one year the figures for 100% attendance has greatly improved, having a huge impact on the children’s attainment and progress within school."

"We look forward to an equal increase in attendance with Protocol Education's continued help next year. Thank you!"

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