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Term Dates

Please see below for term dates for 2020-2021

The school uses Surrey's term dates as a framework for our dates. Draft dates for 2020-2021 will therefore be added below, with final dates (including INSET dates) confirmed in the spring term 2020.

Term and Holiday Dates 2020 - 2021

Autumn Term 2020

1st half of term: Tuesday 1st September – Friday 23rd October
Half-term break: Monday 26th October – Friday 30th October 
2nd half of term: Monday 2nd November – Friday 18th December
School closed for Staff Training Days (INSET days): Tuesday 1st September and Wednesday 2nd September 

* The start date will vary for Reception children as part of the induction programme.

Spring Term 2021

1st half of term: Monday 4th January – Friday 12th February
Half-term break: Monday 15th – Friday 19th February
2nd half of term: Monday 22nd February – Thursday 1st April
School closed for Staff Training Days (INSET days): Monday 4th January

Summer Term 2021

1st half of term: Monday 19th April – Friday 28th May
May Day Holiday: Monday 3rd May
Half-term break: Monday 31st May – Friday 4th June 
2nd half of term: Monday 7th June – Wednesday 21st July
School closed for Staff Training Days (INSET days): Monday 19th April, Monday 7th June

 

 

Please note that the INSET days are provisional and subject to change.  

Term dates for 2021-2022 will be in line with Surrey’s proposed dates, which can be found at www.surreycc.gov.uk. The school’s INSET days for 2021-2022 will be set during the spring term 2021.

Every school has a number of INSET (In Service Educational Training) days for staff training, which are an important part of a teacher's professional development.  The Government is committed to raising standards of education, and supporting teachers to do this by providing the training and development opportunities they need. INSET days are an important tool for head teachers to help their staff keep their skills and knowledge up-to-date. At CPS we have used our Inset days to update staff on safeguarding and  prevent duty, first aid, pupil's mental health and to further the professional development of our staff.   Pupils should not be in school on an Inset Day.