School Year 2022 to 2023
Autumn Term 2022
Term Starts: Monday 5 September 2022
Half Term: Monday 24 October 2022 to Friday 28 October 2022
Term Ends: Friday 16 December 2022
Spring Term 2023
Term Starts: Tuesday 3 January 2023
Half Term: Monday 20 February 2023 to Friday 24 February 2023
Term Ends: Friday 31 March 2023
Summer Term 2023
Term Starts: Monday 17 April 2023
Half Term: Monday 29 May 2023 to Friday 2 June 2023
Term Ends: Tuesday 25 July 2023
School Year 2023 to 2024
Autumn Term 2023
Term Starts: Monday 4 September 2023
Half Term: Monday 30 October 2023 to Friday 3 November 2023
Term Ends: Friday 22 December 2023
Spring Term 2024
Term Starts: Tuesday 8 January 2024
Half Term: Monday 12 February 2024 to Friday 16 February 2024
Term Ends: Friday 22 March 2024
Summer Term 2024
Term Starts: Monday 8 April 2024
Half Term: Monday 27 May 2024 to Friday 31 May 2024
Term Ends: Tuesday 22 July 2024
School Year 2024 to 2025
Autumn Term 2024
Term Starts: Monday 2 September 2024
Half Term: Monday 28 October 2024 to Friday 1 November 2024
Term Ends: Friday 20 December 2024
Spring Term 2025
Term Starts: Tuesday 6 January 2025
Half Term: Monday 17 February 2025 to Friday 21 February 2025
Term Ends: Friday 11 April 2025
Summer Term 2025
Term Starts: Monday 28 April 2025
Half Term: Monday 26 May 2025 to Friday 30 May 2025
Term Ends: Monday 21 July 2025
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