These dates may be subject to change.
Thursday 26th August 2021 - 8.50 am – 12 noon - no lunch served
Friday 27h August 2021 - 8.50 am – 12 noon - no lunch served
Tuesday 31st August 2021 - 8.50am – 12 noon – no lunch served
|August Bank Holiday||Monday 30th August 2021|
|Exceptional Closure (Staff Development Days)||Monday 27th September 2021|
|Halloween||Monday 25th - Friday29th October 2021|
|Christmas (early dismissal - see below)||Thursday 23rd December 2021 - Wednesday 5th January 2022|
|School recommences||Thursday 6th January 2022|
|Mid Term||Monday 14th February - Friday 18th February 2022|
|Exceptional Closure (Staff Development Days)||Thursday 17th March and Friday 18th March 2022|
|Easter (early dismissal – see below)||Monday 11th April - Friday 22th April 2022|
|School recommences||Monday 25th April 2022|
|May Day||Monday 2rd May 2022|
|Queen’s Platinum Jubilee||Thursday 2nd June and Friday 3rd June 2022|
|Term Ends (early dismissal – see below)||Thursday 30th June 2022|
Lunch will not be served on Thursday 30th June
At the end of each term i.e. Christmas, Easter and Summer pupils will be released from school at:
Staff Development Days: The Department of Education has agreed 5 closures for school year 2021/2022
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