How to calculate percentage of a school’s weekly attendance register is one hell of a task for some teachers. The problem most times is usually from school administrators who don’t even know how to keep some of these school vital statutory records. In our earlier publication, we discussed how to work the school daily register but not how to calculate percentages.
How To Calculate Percentage [%] Ratio Of a School Weekly Attendance
How to calculate percentage attendance ratio of a school every weekend is as simple as A, B, C, D. Relax as we guide you through.
However, How to calculate percentage ratio of a school’s weekly attendance from the daily attendance register is a function of many mathematical calculations. However, it is the simplest calculation involved with the working of the school’s daily attendance record as one of the statutory records. But not to worry, we shall guide you step by step until you can boldly understand how to calculate the percentage ratio of school weekly attendance.
To Calculate percentage ratio of school weekly attendance involves:
- You understand how to mark the daily attendance register
- You understand how to add up the morning and afternoon as marked in the daily register
- You understand how to calculate the number of students on roll.
- You understand how to calculate the number of days school opened in a week
- You understand how to calculate the percentage ratio of the data gathered.
HOW TO MARK ATTENDANCE REGISTER
Before we treat how to calculate the percentage ratio, read School Attendance Register – 22 Amazing Tricks on How to Calculate the Weekly Percentage of the School Attendance Register to understand what the Daily Register is all about, what it contains, and its importance to a school. However to calculate the percentage ratio of the school’s weekly attendance register:
- Mark the school attendance register with a stroke [\|] for Morning and Afternoon in the log box respectively.
- Mark zero [o] for absenteeism
- In the case of a public holiday, draw lines vertically on the Morning and Afternoon log boxes of each of the days.
HOW TO CALCULATE PERCENTAGE ATTENDANCE [WEEKLY PERCENTAGE ATTENDANCE ]
Follow these steps to calculate percentage weekly attendance %, thus:
The formula is total morning attendance per week + total Afternoon attendance per week x 100 divided by the number of students in the class x number of days school opened.
That is: M + A X 100/ Number students on roll x Number of Days school opened in a week.
It is important here you know that school opens ten  times a week. i.e. Morning [M] and Afternoon [A] = 2 times per day. Therefore
If a school opens 5 times a week [5X] = 2X5 = 10
If 4x = 2×4 = 8
If 3x = 3×2 = 6
If 2x = 2×2 = 4
If 1x = 1×2 = 2
With this knowledge, you can calculate your school register Weekly percentage[%]
SAMPLES ON HOW TO CALCULATE PERCENTAGE [%] WEEKLY SCHOOL ATTENDANCE
How To Calculate Percentage In The Case Of No Public Holiday The Week
If a class has a total of 50 students and they are all in attendance in a week. How to calculate the percentage [%]
Formular = M+AX100/NO. of students x Number of Days school opened
Add up the morning strokes to get the attendance for a morning session, thus:
Morning = 50 per day [Since all were present]
STEP2: Add up the afternoon strokes to get the afternoon attendance, thus:
Afternoon = 50 per day [ since all were present
To get the total number of Mornings and Afternoons for 5 days in a Week [Since the school opened 5 times], thus:
Multiply the total morning attendance [from Monday – Friday ] by 5 Days school opened = 50×5 = 250 [Morning]
Multiply the total Afternoon attendance [from Monday – Friday] by 5 days school opened =50×5 = 250
Add morning and Afternoon together to get total attendance =250 + 250 = 300
Multiply total weekly attendance by 100% to get your total weekly attendance =
500×100 = 50,000
Multiply the number of students on the roll by the number of times school opened =
50×10 = 500
Divide step by step to get your weekly percent average =
50,000/500 = 100%
- we neglected absentee whether in the morning or afternoon since it is assumed that all students were present the whole week.
- In the case where some students were absent the strokes on morning and afternoon boxes on the days school opened and as marked by the class or form teacher will always guide you to arrive at the correct attendance per day.
- You must learn to summarize your students’ daily attendance by counting the strokes for morning and afternoon and writing them down under their respective columns. This will make your weekly attendance very easy to calculate.
How To Calculate Percentage If There Was a Public Holiday?
Supposing there are 50 students in a class, there is a one-day public holiday and 45 students were present all through the day school opened, calculate the weekly percentage average.
Here, the methods or steps are the same only that we are going to recognize the public holiday and the absentees as reported above.
Formular = M + A X 100/NO. of students x Days school opened
No. of students on roll = 50
No. of times school opened = 2×4 = 8
No. od students present although the week = 45 students
No. absent although the week = 5 student
To calculate for Morning and afternoon attendance per day = 2 x no. on roll present.
To calculate the total Morning attendance for the Week by 4 days = 45 x 4 = 180
To calculate the total Afternoon attendance for the Week by 4 days
Total afternoon attendance = 45 x 4 = 180
Total attendance for 1 week, add Morning + Afternoon attendance =
Total attendance = 180 + 180 = 360
Therefore, Total attendance for the week opening in 4 days and 5 students absent = 360
Multiply No. of students on a roll by No. of days school opened = 50 x 8 = 400
Now, how to calculate the Percentage attendance = M + A X100/400
= 360 X 100/400
This is How To Calculate Percentage of The School’s Weekly Attendance Register
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