absent/present (school, register)

SBL_90

Member
English- UK
Hi,

I'm about to start taking a class of 13 French school kids and I have to call the register. Is there a generic French symbol for marking whether a pupil is absent or present? In my school in England it was a forward slash or tick for present and I think it was a naught for absent.

I've tried googling this both on google.fr and google.co.uk but haven't found anything vaguely helpful.

Thanks for you help.
 
  • Oddmania

    Senior Member
    French
    I think the teachers just write Abs if a student is absent, and don't right anything in front of present students' names.
     

    moustic

    Senior Member
    British English
    Marking the "register" as such doen't exist in French schools (well, not where I've worked anyway).
    You usually just put the name of any pupil absent in the "cahier d'appel".
     

    DearPrudence

    Dépêche Mod (AL mod)
    IdF
    French (lower Normandy)
    I think the teachers just write Abs if a student is absent, and don't write anything in front of present students' names.
    Marking the "register" as such doen't exist in French schools (well, not where I've worked anyway).
    You usually just put the name of any pupil absent in the "cahier d'appel".
    That's what I've seen so far :thumbsup:
    (or you write the name of the absent students on a special piece of paper which goes to the "vie scolaire" where there will process the data)
     
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