School Term Dates for the school year 2021/2022 and 2022/2023

Closes 13 Dec 2019

Opened 1 Nov 2019


Local Authorities have a duty to set the school term dates for local authority maintained schools, such as community and voluntary controlled schools.  Foundation, Trust, Voluntary Aided Schools and Academies are responsible for setting their own term dates.  In practice, most of the schools in Norfolk use the same term dates.

Schools must be open to pupils for 190 days in an academic year and 195 days for teachers. Home to school transport will be provided on the days the school is open to pupils.

Norfolk County Council works with other local authorities nearby to set proposed dates for an academic year – this is known as the Eastern Region Model Calendar.  We do this because we feel it is better to have a co-ordinated approach to setting school term dates to minimise the impact on families and school transport providers.

Norfolk County Councili is consulting on the proposed term and holiday dates for two school years; 2021/2022 and 2022/2023, based on the Eastern Region Model Calendar. 

This consultation will close on 13th December 2019.  The results of the consultation will be published on Norfolk County Council's Website in Spring 2020.

Why We Are Consulting

We would like to know what you think about the proposed term dates for 2021/22 and 2022/23

Give Us Your Views


  • All Areas


  • Schools


  • Children and young people