SUMMER TERM 2022
Monday 25th April - First day of term - Return to School
Monday 2nd May - Bank Holiday
HALF TERM - Monday 30th May – Friday 3rd June 2022
Monday 6th June - INSET day
Tuesday 7th June - Return to School
Monday 4th July - INSET day
Thursday 21st July - Term ends
SUMMER BREAK - Friday 22nd July 2022 to Wednesday 31st August 2022 (inclusive)
AUTUMN TERM 2022
Thursday 1st September - INSET day
Friday 2nd September - INSET day
Monday 5th September - return to school for Years 1-6
Wednesday 7th September - Reception start times: (Group A 9:15-11:45am) (Group B 1:15-2:45pm)
Thursday 8th September - Reception start times: (Group A and Group B - 9:00am-12:00pm)
Friday 9th September - Reception start times: (Group A and Group B - 9:00am to 1:00pm)
Monday 12th September onwards - Reception full day from 8:45am to 3:10pm
HALF TERM - Monday 24th October to Friday 28th October 2022
Monday 31st October - return to school
Friday 16th December - last day of term
XMAS BREAK - Monday 19th December 2022 to Monday 1st January 2023 (inclusive)
SPRING TERM 2023
Tuesday 3rd January - INSET day
HALF TERM - Monday 13th February to Friday 17th February 2023
Friday 31st March - INSET day/end of term
EASTER BREAK - Monday 3rd April to Friday 14th April (inclusive)
SUMMER TERM 2023
Monday 17th April - start of term
Monday 1st May - Public holiday
HALF TERM - Monday 29th May to Friday 2nd June (inclusive)
Monday 5th June - INSET day
Friday 21st July - end of term
SUMMER BREAK - Monday 24th July to Thursday 31st August (inclusive)
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