Term Dates

TERM DATES 2021/22  

 

AUTUMN TERM 2021                 

1st Half Term       Thursday 2nd September   -    Friday 22nd October

2nd Half Term      Monday 1st November       -     Wednesday 22nd December

 

SPRING TERM 2022                  

1st Half Term       Monday 10th January      -        Friday 11th February

2nd Half Term      Monday 21st February    -        Friday 1st April

 

SUMMER TERM 2022                  

1st Half Term       Tuesday 19th April        -           Friday 27th May

2nd Half Term      Tuesday 14th June       -           Tuesday 26th July                                 

 

Inset Days                                                Bank Holidays

Wednesday 1st September 2021              Monday 2nd May 2022

Thursday 6th January 2022

Friday 7th January 2022

Monday 13th June 2022                                                                

Wednesday 27th July 2022        

 

TERM DATES 2022/23

AUTUMN TERM 2022

                                    School Opens                   School Closes

1st Half Term        Monday 5th September           Friday 21st October

2nd Half Term       Monday 31st October              Friday 23rd December

 

SPRING TERM 2023

                                   School Opens                    School Closes

1st Half Term        Monday 9th January                Friday 17th February

2nd Half Term       Monday 27th February             Friday 31st March

 

SUMMER TERM 2023

                                  School Opens                     School Closes

1st Half Term         Monday 17th April                   Friday 26th May

2nd Half Term       Tuesday 13th June                   Tuesday 25th July

               

Inset Days                                                   Bank Holidays

Thursday 1st September 2022                     Monday 1st May 2023

Friday 2nd September 2022                        

Monday 12th June 2023      

Wednesday 26th July 2023

Thursday 27th July 2023

          

Please remember to avoid term dates when booking holidays

                                  

The Importance of Attendance During Term Time

Great Moor Junior School requests that parents avoid asking for days off school for their child as refusal often offends.

At Great Moor Junior School we are committed to promoting the welfare of our children through regular school attendance. We know that every day lost to education can have an impact on a child's attainment and progress in school. The link between good attendance and high levels of achievement is undeniable. Poor attendance and lateness may also be detrimental to the social adjustment and development of pupils.. We are therefore fully committed to promoting school attendance by providing an environment and ethos where all pupils feel safe and can build positive relationships with their peers. We expect that in return parents/carers ensure that children attend school and are punctual. Underpinning this policy is the belief that promoting good attendance is the responsibility of staff, parents and carers. We expect children to attend school every day and arrive on time.

Medical and Dental appointments

Parents and carers are requested wherever possible to try to arrange medical and dental appointments for outside of school hours, If on the rare occasion a medical appointment during school time is unavoidable, then we would ask that your child attends school beforehand and/or returns to school immediately that same day following their appointment. If a child is absent from school first thing in the morning or immediately after lunch then they cannot receive an attendance present mark for that session.

Leave of absence

Leave of absence may only be given in exceptional circumstances such as family bereavement, or for other legitimate reasons such as an interview at another school. The absence should be restricted to the minimum time required and parents are asked to request permission in advance by filling in the leave of absence form below.

Family Holidays

Parents should be aware that there is no right to time off for a family holiday.  Leave of absence for any reason is only granted in exceptional circumstances and is very unlikely to be granted for the purpose of a holiday. 

 

 

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