Term Dates

Term Dates 2021-22




Summer 2021

Friday 16th July 2021

Staff Training
Wednesday 1st September 2021

Thursday 2nd September 2021

End of Term 1
October 2021

Friday 22nd October 2021

Staff Training
Monday 1st November 2021

Tuesday 2nd November 2021

Extra Holiday

Thursday 2nd December 2021

Extra holiday due to Queens Jubilee in June 2022

Monday 6th December 2021

Christmas 2021

Friday 17th December 2021

Wednesday 5th January 2022

End of Term 2
February 2022

Friday 18th February 2022

Monday 28th February 2022

Easter 2022

Friday 8th April 2022

Monday 25th April 2022

May Day 2022

Friday 29th April 2022

Tuesday 3rd May 2022

End of Term 3
May 2022

Friday 27th May 2022
Late May Bank Holiday - moved to Thursday 2nd June and Friday 3rd June to celebrate the Queens Platinum Jubilee

Monday 6th June 2022

Inset Day

Friday 24th June 2022
Staff Training
Monday 27th June 2022

Tuesday 28th June 2022

Summer 2022

Wednesday 20th July 2022
Staff Training
2nd September 2022

Monday 5th September 2022

Staff Training Dates


  • Monday 28th June 2021
  • Wednesday 1st September 2021
For a PDF copy of the Longfield Academy 2021 to 2022 term dates please CLICK HERE

For a PDF copy of the Longfield Academy 2022 to 2023 term dates please CLICK HERE

Holidays in Term Time

Longfield recognises the importance of full attendance and aims to ensure that all pupils achieve and maintain high standards of attendance and punctuality. We are committed to providing a full and efficient educational experience for all pupils and we feel that our parents/carers provide the school with outstanding support.

School is required by law to ensure that absences are recorded accurately.

Permission from the Headteacher must be sought for all absences that occur during term-time. A ‘request for leave of absence’ form must be completed in advance of the absence. This form can be downloaded from here, or you can collect a printed copy from school reception.

Holidays taken in term time can have a very negative impact on a pupil’s education, as well as school’s attendance statistics and examination results. Research has shown that a 10% drop in attendance (equivalent to 19 ½ days in a school year) can mean a one grade drop at GCSE.

Under current regulations, schools cannot authorise any holidays taken in term time unless there are “exceptional circumstances”, deemed “exceptional” by the Headteacher. If the Headteacher decides not to authorise the holiday and he intends to refer to the Local Authority for a Penalty Fine should the holiday go ahead, he will write to the parent/carer warning of his intention.

At Longfield, we appreciate parents/carers who support excellent attendance throughout the school year. Therefore, if permission has been requested in advance and a pupil’s attendance is above 95% just prior to the holiday taking place, school will not refer for a Penalty Fine. *
*Following recent Covid-19 disruptions to our pupils’ education, all holidays taken in the first two terms will be subject to a Penalty Fine.

If you have any questions about attendance or would like further information, please contact Mrs Brown, Attendance Manager, on 01325 348149.