School Holidays Dates 2021/2022
Please note that due to the Bank Holiday, Wednesday 1st September will be an INSET day for school. Children will start school on Thursday 2nd September 2021, for the academic year 2021 - 2022. Nursery is closed for the first two days and also the following week in September.
Other INSETS will be Monday 1st November 2021, Thursday 9th and Friday 10th December and also Friday 18th December 2020. School will close for the Summer Holidays on Thursday 21st July at 3.20 p.m. 2022.
Please try to ensure you take your child on holiday during the holiday period and not during term time. Thank you.
Please note Monday 31st August 2020 is a Bank Holiday and Tuesday 1st September will be an INSET day for school. Children will start school on Wednesday 2nd September 2020, for the academic year 2020 - 2021. Nursery is closed for the first week in September.
Other INSETS will be Monday 2nd November 2020, Friday 18th December 2020, Monday and Tuesday 19th and 20th July 2021 . School will close for the Summer Holidays on Friday 16th July 2021.
Here are the Term Time & Holiday dates for 2020/2021 Please try to ensure you take your child on holiday during the holiday period and not during term time. Thank you.
From the DfE site
On 1 September 2013, the Education Regulations 2013 came into force, changing the rules about term-time absence. The amendments remove references to family holidays and extended leave as well as the statutory threshold of 10 school days.
The amendments specify that headteachers may not grant any leave of absence during term time unless they consider there to be "exceptional circumstances" for doing so. If leave is granted, headteachers should determine the number of days a child can be away from school.
FAQ From the www.gov.uk website
Can a parent take their child on holiday during term time?
Head teachers should only authorise leave of absence in exceptional circumstances. If a head teacher grants a leave request, it will be for the head teacher to determine the length of time that the child can be away from school.
Leave is unlikely, however, to be granted for the purposes of a family holiday as a norm.