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Term dates

2018/19

Autumn Term 2018

  • Monday 3 September 2018: Termly boarders only return to houses and hostels from 12.30pm
  • Tuesday 4 September 2018: Weekly boarders and day students start School
  • Friday 19 October 2018: Break for half term – students finish at 12.15pm

Half term

  • Monday 29 October 2018: Termly boarders only return to houses and hostels from 12.30pm
  • Tuesday 30 October 2018: Weekly boarders and day students start School
  • Thursday 20 December 2018: Break for the end of term – students finish at 12.15pm

Spring Term 2019

  • Wednesday 2 January 2019: Termly boarders only return to houses and hostels from 12.30pm
  • Thursday 3 January 2019: Weekly boarders and day students start School
  • Friday 15 February 2019: Break for half term – students finish at 12.15pm

Half term

  • Monday 25 February 2019: Termly boarders only return to houses and hostels from 12.30pm
  • Tuesday 26 February 2019: Weekly boarders and day students start School
  • Friday 5 April 2019: Break for the end of term – students finish at 12.15pm

Summer Term 2019

  • Tuesday 23 April 2019: Termly boarders only return to houses and hostels from 12.30pm
  • Wednesday 24 April 2019: Weekly boarders and day students start School
  • Monday 6 May 2019: May Day Bank Holiday
  • Tuesday 7 May 2019: Weekly boarders and day students return to School
  • Friday 24 May 2019: Break for half term – students finish at 12.15pm

Half term

  • Monday 10 June 2019: Termly boarders only return to houses and hostels from 12.30pm
  • Tuesday 11 June 2019: Weekly boarders and day students start School
  • Friday 26 July 2019: Break for the end of term – students finish at 12.15pm

 

Please note: If your student is due to return on a date that falls on a Bank Holiday, please ensure they return on the following day instead.

 

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