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Academic & Holiday Calendar

Full details of term start and end dates including holidays
Autumn Term 2018/19 
School opens Wednesday 5th September 2018
School closes for Half Term at end of school dayThursday 25th October 2018
Half TermMonday 29th October – 2nd November 2018
School re-opensMonday 5th November 2018
School closes for Christmas breakFriday 21st December 2018
Christmas HolidayMonday 24th December 2018 – Friday 4th January 2019
Spring Term 2018/19 
School opens Monday 7th January 2019
School closes for Half Term at end of school dayFriday 15th February 2019
Half TermMonday 18th February – Friday 22nd February 2019
School re-opens Monday 25th February 2019
School closes for Easter breakFriday 5th April 2019
Easter HolidayMonday 8th April - Monday 22nd April 2019
Summer Term 2018/19 
School opens Tuesday 23rd April 2019
School closed for May Bank HolidayMonday 6th May 2019
School closes for Half Term at end of school dayFriday 24th May 2019
Half Term Monday 27th May – Friday 31st May 2019
School re-opens Monday 3rd June 2019
School closes for Summer HolidayFriday 19th July 2019
Summer Holiday Monday 22nd July 2019

Autumn 2019/20

  • Staff INSET days: Monday 2nd & Tuesday 3rd September 2019
  • Open to pupils: Wednesday 4th September 2019
  • Close for Half Term: Thursday 24th October 2019
  • School Re-opens: Monday 4th November 2019
  • Close for Christmas: Thursday 19th December 2019

Spring 2019/20

  • School Opens: Monday 6th January 2020
  • Close for Half Term: Friday 14th February 2020
  • School Re-opens: Monday 24th February 2020
  • Close for Easter: Friday 3rd April 2020

Summer 2019/20

  • School Opens: Monday 20th April 2020
  • May Bank Holiday: Friday 8th May 2020
  • Close for Half Term: Friday 22nd May 2020
  • School Re-opens: Monday 1st June 2020
  • Close for Summer: Friday 17th July 2020

Autumn 2020/21

  • Staff INSET days: Tuesday 1st & Wednesday 2nd September 2020
  • Open to pupils: Thursday 3rd September 2020
Autumn 2020/21 

  • Staff INSET days: Tuesday 1st & Wednesday 2nd September 2020 
  • Open to pupils:  Thursday 3rd September 2020

Did You Know?

The pineapple symbolises hospitality.

When the Spanish explored South America they knew if there were pineapples skewered on spikes at the entrance to a village, they were welcome and would be safe. A tradition that later spread into Europe and North America with carved pineapples on gateposts. When our children enter our grounds they also know that they will be safe and happy in a church school environment.