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Term Dates

Term Dates 2021-22

School Term

Date of Opening for Students

Date of Closing for Students

Autumn Term 1

Friday 3 September 2021

Years 7 & 12 only

Monday 6 September 2021

Years 8, 9, 10, 11 & 13

Friday 22 October 2021

Autumn Term 2

Monday 1 November 2021 Thursday 16 December 2021

Spring Term 1

Tuesday 4 January 2022 Friday 18 February 2022

Spring Term 2

Monday 28 February 2022

Thursday 31 March 2022

Summer Term 1

Tuesday 19 April 2022 Friday 27 May 2022

Summer Term 2

Monday 6 June 2022 Wednesday 20 July 2022

Holiday Dates

Autumn Half Term

Monday 25 Oct 2021 

Friday 29 October 2021

Christmas Holidays

Friday 17 Dec 2021 Monday 3 January 2022

Spring Half Term

Monday 21 February 2022 Friday 25 February 2022

Easter Holidays

Monday 4 April 2022 Monday 18 April 2022

Summer Half Term

Monday 30 May 2022 Friday 3 June 2022

Summer Holidays

Thursday 21 July 2022 Friday 2 September 2022

Bank Holidays during School Term

New Year Monday 3 January 2022 School Closed

Good Friday

Friday 15 April 2022

School Closed

Easter Monday

Monday 18 April 2022

School Closed

May Day 

Monday 2 May 2022

School Closed

Staff  Training Days 

INSET

Wednesday 1 September 2021

Students not in school

INSET

Thursday 2 September 2021

Students not in school

INSET

Friday 1 April 2022

Students not in school

INSET

Thursday 21 July 2022

Students not in school

INSET

Friday 22 July 2022

Students not in school

If you would like to print a copy of our Term Dates for 2021-22 you can download the relevant files below or pop into main reception at school where we can offer you a hard copy.

Taking Holidays during Term Time

The Government discourages the taking of holidays in term time and schools must adhere to their guidelines as follows:

As of September 2013, the law has restricted a Headteacher’s ability to authorise holidays during term time. Headteachers are now only empowered to approve a leave of absence when it is requested in advance by the parent or carer with whom the child resides and when circumstances of the requested leave are ‘exceptional’. Following the decision of the Supreme Court on the matter of ‘regular attendance’ in the case of Isle of Wight v Platt, if a parent or carer chooses to take their child out of school during term time when the circumstances are not ‘exceptional’, from September 2017, the Local Authority will be informed as this will constitute an unauthorised absence. A Fixed Penalty Notice will then be issued in accordance with Section 444 of the Education Act 1996.