- 2013 – 2014 term dates
- School induction dates 2014
- Teacher training days
- Taking holiday from school during term time
- Taking time off school for religious reasons
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Autumn term 2013
- Term starts – Monday 2 September 2013 *
- Half term – Monday 28 October to Friday 1 November 2013 *
- Term ends Friday 20 December 2013 *
Spring term 2014
- Term starts – Tuesday 7 January 2014 *
- Half term – Monday 17 February to Friday 21 February 2014 *
- Term ends Friday 11 April 2014 *
Summer term 2014
- Term starts – Monday 28 April 2014 *
- Half term – Monday 26 May to Friday 30 May 2014 *
- Term ends Friday 18 July 2014 *
* Please note: The governing bodies of academies, foundation schools, and church aided schools are responsible for setting their own term dates. Please contact these schools directly for the most up to date information on term dates. Some schools will set teacher training dates on some of the above dates. To check if your school is affected, please see our information on teacher training days.
Dates for future academic years
Central (Warwick, Leamington, Kenilworth area) 25 June 2014
Northern (Atherstone, Nuneaton, Bedworth area) 3 July 2014
Southern (Stratford upon Avon, Shipston on Stour, Alcester area) 24 June 2014
Eastern (Rugby, Dunchurch, Long Lawford area) 8 July 2014
Designated Teacher Training Days for the Academic Year 2013/2014 will be Friday 30th August 2013 and Monday 6th January 2014. Schools are able to set three more days for teacher training and you will need to contact individual schools for these dates.
It is important to talk to the Head teacher or class teacher before a decision to take leave is made and complete and submit an application form at least 6 weeks beforehand.
- Leave of absence is not an entitlement and must be applied for in each case. Head teachers can only authorise term time leave in special circumstances.
- Head teachers may grant leave of absence for more than 2 weeks, but only in exceptional circumstances.
- Head teachers will only grant leave of absence if the pupil’s education is unlikely to suffer.
- Parents may be breaking the law if their children take leave without permission.
- In some cases schools may take children who are absent without permission off roll.
Talk to school the head teacher or class teacher when you join a school community about your family’s beliefs and their potential impact on your child’s school attendance.
- Give as much notice as possible of any likely absence and the reasons for it.
- If your child has to be involved in religious ceremonies attached to a family wedding, funeral or other occasion, let the school know as early as possible when this will be and what is expected of the child.
- Discuss with school staff whether there is any school work that your child could do during the time they will be absent so they do not fall too far behind.