Publicado: 11 agosto 2022 a las 12:03 am
Categorías: Noticias Europa
Here are the autumn term dates for all of the four nations
People across the UK may be experiencing the second heatwave of the summer, but it will soon be time to return to a normal routine – and for children that means returning to the classroom.
Schools in each of the four nations reopen their doors to pupils for their new autumn term at slightly different, but similar, times.
There does tend to be a united approach for schools in each nation, although every school does have the discretion to take a number of staff training and school development days so there could be a change in when classes begin again from school to school.
When schools do re-open, the autumn 2022 term will begin – and this means pupils will have moved up a school year.
So when does the autumn 2022 term start in each of the four nations of the UK?
Here are all the dates you need to know.
There are 333 local authorities in England and some may have slightly different dates when their pupils should return to school as this might depend on teacher training days.
Generally, school children in England have six weeks off during the summer break, beginning in mid-July and ending in early September.
That means that this year, schools will reopen on Monday 5 September.
Dates can vary between schools though, so you look at the term calendar for your specific school, which you can find by typing your postcode into the Government website.
Pupils began their summer break in early July and will take up classes again in late August.
Children return to classes on Monday 22 August, following what is usually a seven week summer holiday.
Dates can vary between schools, so you look at the term calendar for your specific school, which you can find by typing your postcode into the My Gov.Scot website.
In Wales, there are 22 unitary authorities, which in turn are divided into electoral wards and communities.
In general, children left the classroom on Friday 22 July and will return on Monday 5 September.
Dates can vary between schools, so you look at the term calendar for your specific school, which you can do by visiting the Welsh Government website.
In Northern Ireland, there are 11 local councils.
In similarity to Scotland, children have a longer summer break.
Pupils then have an eight week summer break between early July and early September.
This year, children will begin classes again on Thursday 1 September, after breaking up on Friday 1 July.
Check the details for your child’s school on the Northern Ireland Department of Education website.}