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Term Dates

School Term & Holiday Dates 2023-24



(students not in school)

Monday 4th September 2023


Autumn Term 1

Tuesday 5th September 2023

Year 7 start at 8.40am finish at 2.00pm
Year 12 start at 9.00am finish at 11.20am

Wednesday 6th September

All years return to school at 8.40am 

Friday 20th October 2023
Half Term Monday 23rd October 2023  Friday 27th October 2023

Autumn Term 2

Monday 30th October 2023 Wednesday 20th December 2023
(students not in school)
Friday 1st December 2023
Monday 4th December 2023
Christmas Holidays Thursday 21st December 2023 Monday 1st January 2024


(students not in school)
Tuesday 2nd January 2024  
Spring Term 1 Wednesday 3rd January 2024 Friday 16th February 2024

Half Term

Monday 19th February 2024 Friday 23rd February 2024
Spring Term 2 Monday 26th February 2024 Thursday 28th March 2024

Spring Break

Friday 29th March 2024
(includes Easter Bank Holidays
Friday 12th April 2024


(students not in school)
Monday 15th April 2024  

Summer Term 1

Tuesday 16th April 2024 Friday 24th May 2024

May Bank holiday 

Monday 6th May 2024 Students not in school

Half Term

Monday 27th May 2024 Friday 31st May 2024

Summer Term 2

Monday 3rd June 2024 Friday 19th July 2024

Summer Holidays

Monday 22nd July 2024 Friday 30th August 2024

Our School Term & Holiday Dates for 2023-24 and for 2024-25, can be downloaded at the bottom of this page.
Alternatively, call in to main reception at school to obtain a hard copy.

School Term and Holiday Dates for 2023-24

School Term and Holiday Dates  Link
2023 - 2024 Download
2024 - 2025 Download
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.