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Academic Year 2022/23
Academic Year 2023/24
Academic Year 2022/23 School Re-Opens (the morning of) School Closes (the afternoon of)
2022    
Autumn Term 1 Tuesday 6th September 2022 Friday 21st October 2022
Autumn Term 2 Monday 31st October 2022 Tuesday 20th December 2022
2023    
Spring Term 1 Wednesday 4th January 2023 Friday 17th February 2023
Spring Term 2 Monday 27th February 2023 Friday 31st March 2023
Summer Term 1 Monday 17th April 2023 Friday 28th April 2023
May Day Bank Holiday - Monday 1st May
   
Summer Term 1 Continues
Tuesday 2nd May 2023
Friday 26th May 2023
Summer Term 2 Wednesday 7th June 2023 Thursday 20th July 2023

Holidays in Term Time

Head Teachers cannot grant any leave of absence except in exceptional circumstances. Exceptional circumstances do not include taking holidays in term time.

If you take your child out of school during term-time the Education Welfare Service will be advised and you risk receiving a £60 penalty notice. This fine will increase to £120 if not paid within the first 21 days. If you do not pay the fine this may result in legal action.

Academic Year 2023/24 School Re-Opens (the morning of) School Closes (the afternoon of)
2023    
Autumn Term 1 Tuesday 5th September 2023 Friday 20th October 2023
Autumn Term 2 Monday 30th October 2023 Friday 15th December 2023
2024    
Spring Term 1 Wednesday 3rd January 2024 Friday 16th February 2024
Spring Term 2 Monday 26th February 2024 Thursday 28th March 2024
Summer Term 1 Monday 15th April 2024 Friday 24th May 2024
Summer Term 2 Wednesday 5th June 2024 Tuesday 23rd July 2024

Monday 6th May 2024 - May Bank Holiday

Monday 27th May 2024 - May Bank Holiday

Holidays in Term Time

Head Teachers cannot grant any leave of absence except in exceptional circumstances. Exceptional circumstances do not include taking holidays in term time.

If you take your child out of school during term-time the Education Welfare Service will be advised and you risk receiving a £60 penalty notice. This fine will increase to £120 if not paid within the first 21 days. If you do not pay the fine this may result in legal action.