|School opens||Autumn Term 2021||School closes|
|Monday 6th September||Friday 22nd October|
|Monday 1st November||Friday 17th December|
|Spring term 2022|
|Tuesday 4th January||Friday 11th February|
|Monday 21st February||Friday 8th April|
|Summer term 2022|
|Monday 25th April||Thursday 26th May|
|Monday 13th June||Tuesday 26th July|
|School opens||Autumn Term 2022||School closes|
|Monday 5th September||Friday 21 October|
|Monday 31st October||Tuesday 20th December|
|Spring term 2023|
|Tuesday 3rd January||Friday 10th February|
|Monday 20th February||Friday 31st March|
|Summer term 2023|
|Monday 17th April||Friday 26th May|
|Monday 12th June||Friday 21st July|
Monday, 1 May 2023
Thursday, 1 September 2022
Friday, 2 September 2022
6 Twilight Sessions
Please remember to telephone the office before 8.45am if your child is absent from school so we can record the reason, otherwise the absence will be classed as unauthorised. If you telephone school it enables us to make sure that children who walk to school alone are absent with their parents’ permission. If we do not receive a message we will contact parents either by telephone or text.
Holiday or days off in school time are not permitted except in exceptional circumstances. The Head teacher will review each application and will give you an answer as soon as possible. Holidays in term time may lead to a £60 per child, per parent Penalty Notice which will be issued once your child/children return to school from their holiday.
Please note that if you require an exceptional circumstance absence during school time please contact school to arrange an interview with Mr Beswick BEFORE you make any arrangements. Any unauthorised absences are passed to our EWO who may fine both parents.
At Barton Clough Primary we are working very hard to improve attendance and punctuality. It is vital that children attend school every day so that they have the best chance of reaching their full potential – every day counts!
Coming to school every day helps children to learn new exciting things, build lasting friendships and promotes self-esteem and confidence.
A child with 90% attendance may seem good, but it actually means that you child would miss:
We understand that children will miss school due to illness or other unforeseen circumstances, but we urge parents to send children in when they are well enough to attend. For information about attendance procedures please see our school attendance policy.