Date Re-open for Teaching Purposes
|Summer 2021||Tuesday 20 July 2021||Thursday 2 September 2021|
|Autumn half term 2021||Friday 22 October 2021||Tuesday 2 November 2021|
|Christmas 2021||Thursday 16 December 2021||Wednesday 5 January 2022|
|Spring half term 2022||Friday 18 February 2022||Monday 28 February 2022|
|Easter 2022||Friday 8 April 2022||Monday 25 April 2022|
|May Day 2022||Friday 29 April 2022||Tuesday 3 May 2022|
|Summer half term 2022||Friday 27 May 2022||Tuesday 7 June 2022|
|Summer 2022||Wednesday 20 July 2022|
Teacher Training Days 2021 / 2022
Future Term Dates
Date Re-open for Teaching Purposes
|Summer 2022||Wednesday 20 July 2022||Tuesday 6 September 2022|
|Autumn half term 2022||Friday 21 October 2022||Tuesday 1 November 2022|
|Christmas 2022||Tuesday 20 December 2022||Thursday 5th January 2023|
|Spring half term 2023||Friday 17 February 2023||Monday 27 February 2023|
|Easter 2023||Friday 31 March 2023||Tuesday 18 April 2023|
|May Day 2023||Friday 28 April 2023||Tuesday 2 May 2023|
|Summer half term 2023||Friday 26 May 2023||Monday 5 June 2023|
|Summer 2023||Friday 21 July 2023|
Teacher Training Days 2022 / 2023
Monday 5th September 2022
Monday 31st October 2022
Wednesday 4th January 2023
Monday 17th April 2023
You can also view all term dates on our Weduc app directly on your smart phone.
Attending school is very important and your child should attend school every day. Children who are regularly absent from school often struggle to make progress and to keep up with their peers.
Our doors are open from 8.50am and lessons begin at 8.55 am. Your child will receive a late mark if they arrive after this time. After 8.55am children must be brought to the front entrance by a parent. The register closes at 9.30 am. If your child arrives after this time, without a valid reason, they will receive an absence mark.
If Your Child Is Absent You Must:
- Contact the school office by 9.00 am on the first morning of absence and the phone number is 01833 690298
- Let the school know the reason for any absence.
- Keep school informed on a daily basis if your child is absent for a long period.
Top Tip: Illness still counts towards a child’s absences from school, so only keep them off if absolutely necessary.
Medical evidence will be required to support absence relating to illness and you will need to provide copies of G.P. appointment cards or letters, medication details or other relevant information.
Top Tip: If at all possible, any appointments should be made out of school time. If this is not possible let us know immediately so that we can work with you to ensure your child only misses the minimum amount of school time. Return your child to school as soon as you can after the appointment.
Absences other than illness
The Government has amended regulations for taking holidays in term time and these new regulations came into effect in September 2013.
As a school we can authorise an absence for reasons other than illness, which may result in no fine being administered, but this can ONLY be done under exceptional circumstances and does not usually cover a family holiday.
Question: If my child is absent, will I receive a fine?
Answer: If a child is absent for more than 6 days in a 12 week rolling period, then the County Council will make a decision on whether to enforce a fine or not.
Attendance Support Meetings
If attendance falls to 90% or below, this is known as persistent absence. These children will be missing at least four weeks of schooling over a year and their progress will be suffering. You will be invited in for a meeting with Mr Goffee and Mrs Wilson to see what help and support we can offer.
Top Tip: We want your child in school as much as possible to maximise their potential, work with us so we can help make this happen!
Click here to read a copy of our most up to date Attendance Policy 2019-22
Please contact the school if you wish to discuss this with the Headteacher.
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