School term and holiday dates
also known as: School Closures, School Holidays, Teacher Training Days, Term Dates.
Information to parents on all term dates and school closures for Northumberland Schools
Unplanned School Closures
This is a list of schools closed due to weather, building
problems or other local reasons.
To enable you to search this list you should use the
Ctrl +F keys on your keyboard.
If your school is not on the list below then this would mean
that either we have not received any information concerning your
school or your school is open. If you are unsure whether your
school is closed please contact your school directly.
Contact details are available by selecting this
Details of school closures are also given on:
School Contact Details
Whilst we try to keep the information current parents, if in any
doubt, should contact the school direct for information:
School Term Dates
Parents/Carers should note that Headteachers have the discretion
to grant leave, but they will only do this in exceptional
circumstances. If a headteacher grants a leave request, it will be
for them to determine the length of time that the child can be away
from school. Leave is unlikely to be granted for the purposes of a
Parents/Carers can be fined for taking their child on holiday
during term time without consent from the school.
Further information regarding term time absence is available by
following this link:DfE
The following documents give you the Northumberland school term
dates and school holidays, for the academic years,
2013-2014, 2014-2015 and 2015-2016.
To view the term dates please click on one of the images
above or select the appropriate link below:
Planned School Closures (Teacher Training Days)
The following documents give you the teacher training days and
planned closures for Autjmn 2014 (September 2014 until July 2015)
and for Autumn 2013 (September 2013 until July
2014). (Teacher Training Days are subject to change and are
updated on a regular basis.)
Teacher Training Days (previous years)
This page was last updated by
Pat Hughes on