Academic Calendar 2021-2022

TERM STARTS

TUESDAY 31st AUGUST at 08:50 am

MIDTERM BREAK

School closes on FRIDAY 22nd OCTOBER @ 2.30 p.m.
School Re-opens MONDAY 1st NOVEMBER @ 8.50am

PARENT-TEACHER MEETINGS

Dates & times will be confirmed by the class teacher nearer the time in November

CHRISTMAS HOLIDAYS

School closes at 12.00 noon WEDNESDAY 22nd DECEMBER 
School Re-opens THURSDAY  6th JANUARY at 8.50 am

MIDTERM BREAK

School closes FRIDAY 18th FEBRUARY @ 2.30pm
School Re-opens MONDAY 28th FEBRUARY @ 8.50am

ST PATRICK'S DAY

School closes THURSDAY 17th MARCH FRIDAY 18th MARCH
Reopens MONDAY 21st MARCH

EASTER HOLIDAYS

School closes at 12.00 noon FRIDAY 8th APRIL
School Re-opens MONDAY  25th APRIL at 8.50 am

MAY BANK HOLIDAY

School closed MONDAY 2nd   MAY
School Re-opens TUESDAY 3rd MAY

ANNUAL STANDARDISED TESTING

Last two weeks of May

JUNE BANK HOLIDAY

School closed    MONDAY 6th & TUESDAY 7th JUNE
School Re-opens WEDNESDAY 8th JUNE

SUMMER HOLIDAYS

School closes at 12.00 noon THURSDAY 30th JUNE

Details regarding First Holy Communion, Confirmation & 6th Class Graduation will be advised when we have dates. E

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