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Attendance: persistent absence threshold and statistics
School-age pupils are persistent absentees if they miss 10% of sessions or more. Learn how to analyse your data and see the national statistics.
- Persistent absence threshold is 10%
- Compare your data to the national picture
- Calculate persistent absence as a proportion of all absence
- Know what Ofsted will look at
- Take action to reduce persistent absence
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