Schools, parents, caregivers and communities have a key role in ensuring all students attend school every day.
These resources can be printed and used in enrolment packs, during school meetings, around the school or the community to help parents and caregivers understand their responsibilities for student attendance and encourage children to go to school all day, every school day.
Establishing good routines and setting good school habits from Prep has a positive impact on student attendance throughout their schooling. Listen to a Prep teacher and Harry's mum discuss the importance of routines in Prep.
(duration 2:05 minutes - transcript 25K)
Missing school isn't just about missing learning there are many opportunities on offer at school for students. Join Caleb as he discovers that attending school every day is important.
(duration 2:25 minutes - transcript 25K)
Here parents discuss why it's important for students to attend school all day, every day even on occasions like their birthday. Regular school attendance has a positive impact on students' academic results and their social and emotional wellbeing.
(duration 2:05 minutes - transcript 24K)
Parents and caregivers have a key role in ensuring all students attend school every day. Join one family as they discuss the importance of going to school and why every day counts.
(duration 3:13 minutes - transcript 25K)
Research confirms a strong link between attendance and school outcomes. This video has been developed to support Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander children's enrolment at school. Listen to Johnathan Thurston, reminding students of the importance of going to school every day.
(duration 0:30 minutes - transcript 13K)
Join Riley as he learns more about the Junior Secondary phase of education in Queensland state schools and how it's supporting adolescent development for students in Years 7, 8 and 9.
(duration 4:45 minutes - video is captioned)
This page was last reviewed on 05 Jan 2016