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Term and Holiday Dates

Warwickshire Term Dates

 

The general Warwickshire term dates can be found on the County Council's website, and should be used in addition to the INSET days listed below.  The Diocese of Coventry MAT term dates for 2021/2022 can be found below.

 

AUTUMN TERM - 2021
 

Term Starts                 Monday 6th September

Half Term                  Monday 25th October – Friday 29th October

Term Ends                  Friday, 17th December

 

SPRING TERM – 2022

 

Term Starts                 Wednesday 5th  January

Half Term                  Monday, 21st-25th February   

DMAT INSET DAY     Friday 11th March 2022 

Term Ends                  Friday 8th April      

 
SUMMER TERM – 2022
 

Term Starts                 Monday, 25th April

Bank Holiday               Monday,2nd May

Staff Training Days      Friday, 27th May

Half Term                  Monday 30th May -Monday 6th June

Term Ends                  Thursday, 21st July

 

 

Leave Of Absence during Term Time

 

We greatly appreciate parental support to reduce the total amount of days lost due to holidays.   We are committed to working in partnership with you to enable your child to reach their academic targets and to support their social development. For this to happen we need to keep individual attendance as high as possible - we all need to play our part.

 

Your child’s progress academically as well as socially is our shared priority.

 

As you will all be aware, current attendance regulations stipulate a Head teacher may not grant a leave of absence during term-time unless there are exceptional circumstances.  Parents are asked to respect the new regulations under which the school must work and if there is a need to take a child out of school during term-time, an application or request must be made in advance and make clear how the circumstances are exceptional.

 

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