2018 - 2019

Autumn school term dates and school holidays 

Keep checking as dates are added all the time



Our value is: Thankfulness


5th all return

20th PA meeting 7:30pm

21st Jeans for genes day - Come in jeans (but uniform top half!)

25th Individual photograph day


1st Celebrating harvest at St Albans Cathedral - selected pupils only 

3rd Oak class multi faith tour educational visit

4th Census day!! Special lunch day

9th Collective worship with Rev. Nicola

11th School Harvest assembly TTBC

13th Totterhoe football tournament 

16th Hornbeam class assembly  TTBC

  • half term from Monday 22 October to Monday, 29 October

29th all return - Our new Value is: TRUST 



6th Oak Class assembly

9th Act of remembrance 11am

12th Anti bullying week

13th collective worship with Rev. Nicola 

20th Cherry Class Assembly

27th Holly class assembly


4th Collective worship with Rev. Nicola

Friday 21st last day of term & end of term service


Spring Term 

  • term starts on 7th January 
  • half term from Monday, 11 to Friday, 15 February
  • term ends for the Easter school holidays on Friday, 5 April

Summer term 

  • term starts on 24th April 
  • schools are closed on Monday, 6 May for the early May bank holiday
  • half term from Tuesday, 28 May to Friday, 31 May (schools are closed on 27 May for the spring bank holiday)
  • summer term ends on Friday, 19 July


Holidays in Term Time

The law says that parents/carers do not have a legal right to take their child out of school for holidays in term-time.  Headteachers may not grant any leave of absence unless there are exceptional circumstances. 

If parents take their child on holiday in term time without permission this will be counted as unauthorised absence and noted on their record – this is the same as truancy and you may be at risk of a Penalty Notice being applied.  The Penalty Notice is £60 per parent per pupil and if it not is paid within 28 days this will increase to £120. Failure to pay the full amount within 28 days will result in a summons to appear in the Magistrates Court on the grounds that you have failed to ensure your child’s regular attendance at school.

Exceptional circumstances could include:

  1. Service personnel returning from a tour of duty abroad where it is evidenced the individual will not be in receipt of any leave in the near future that coincides with school holidays
  2. Where an absence from school is recommended by a health professional as part of a parent of child’s rehabilitation from a medical or emotional issue.
  3. The death or terminal illness of a person close to the family 
  4. To attend a wedding or funeral of a person close to the family 
  5. Where it is company/organisational policy for an employee to take leave at a specific time in the year and there is no opportunity for a family holiday in school holidays. This must be evidenced by production of the policy document of the organisation


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