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School Terms and Holidays 

2020

Half Term Holiday: Monday 19th October to Friday 23rd October

Christmas Holiday: Monday 21st December 2020 to Monday 4th January 2021

 

2021

Children start: Tuesday 5th January 

Half Term Holiday: Monday 15th February to Friday 19th February

Easter Holiday: Monday 29th March to Friday 9th April

Bank Holiday: Monday 3rd May

Half Term Holiday: Monday 31st May to Friday 4th June

Summer Holiday: Monday 12th July to Tuesday 24th August

 

Children start: Wednesday 25th August 

Bank Holiday: Monday 30th August

Half Term Holiday: Monday 18th October to Friday 22nd October

Christmas Holiday: Monday 20th December 2021 to Monday 3rd January 2022

 

2022

Children back: Tuesday 4th January 2022

Half Term Holiday: Monday 14th February to Friday 18th February

Easter Holiday: Monday 11th April to Friday 22nd April

Bank Holiday: Monday 2nd May

Half Term Holiday: Monday 30th May to Friday 3rd June

Summer Holiday starts: Monday 11th July (no return date is published yet)

 

You must take any holidays during the designated holiday times.

 

If you are planning a journey that will keep your child away from school this is our policy concerning absenteeism -

• The Government has changed the law and the Headteacher is no longer allowed to agree leave of absence unless there are very exceptional circumstances.

This means that no holidays can be authorised during term time. Any requests for absence during term time must be made in writing. The form is available from the office. Do not book flights until you have received written confirmation from the Headteacher.

 

If your child has unauthorised leave of absence you will either be issued with a Penalty Notice of £120 per parent per child (discounted to £60 if paid within 21 days), or, your case will be referred by the Local Authority directly to the Magistrates’ Court.

 

The Education Welfare Office have issued this statement about children who are repeatedly taken out of school -

‘Where a child has had 2 periods of unauthorised leave for which the parent has been issued with a Penalty Notice (for each occasion), on the third occasion, no Penalty Notice will be issued and that parent will be taken straight to Court under the higher-level aggravated offence. This means that the parent may be subject to a much more severe penalty i.e. a maximum fine of up to £2,500 or 3 months in custody or, a community order which may involve them doing a number of hours of unpaid work.’ 

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