School Day

Tutorial: 8.50-9.15
Period 1: 9.15-10.15
Period 2: 10.15-11.15
Break: 11.15-11.40
Period 3: 11.40-12.40
Period 4: 12.40-1.40
Lunch: 1.40-2.20
Period 5: 2.20-3.20

2020/2021 Academic Year (Confirmed Dates)

Autumn Term 1          

During September 2021 there will be one early close (at 1.40pm), date is to be confirmed.
Mon 06 Sept 2021 Non-pupil day STAFF ONLY (INSET Day 1)
Tue 07 Sept 2021 School starts for Y7 only
Wed 08 Sept 2021 School starts for Years 10 and 11
Thu 09 Sept 2021 School starts for Years 8 and 9
Thu 21 Oct 2021 Last day of term for students
Fri 22 Oct 2021 Non-pupil day STAFF ONLY (INSET Day 2)

Holiday: 23 – 31 October 2021

Autumn Term 2

Mon 01 Nov 2021 Non-pupil day STAFF ONLY (INSET Day 3)
Tue 02 Nov 2021 School starts for all
Fri 17 Dec 2021 Last day of term for all

Holiday: 18 December 2021 – 03 January 2022

Spring Term 3           

Tue 04 Jan 2022 School starts for all
Fri 18 Feb 2022 Last day of term for all

Holiday: 19 –27 February 2022

Spring Term 4           

Mon 28 Feb 2022 Non-pupil day STAFF ONLY (Spirituality Day)
Tue 01 Mar 2022 School starts for all
Fri 08 Apr 2022 Last day of term for all

Holiday: 09 – 24 April 2022

Summer Term 5

Mon 25 Apr 2022 School starts for all
Mon 02 May 2022 School closed – Bank Holiday Monday
Fri 27 May 2022 Last day of term for all

Holiday: 28 May – 05 June 2022

Summer Term 6         

Mon 06 Jun 2022 School starts for all
Thu 21 Jul 2022 Last day of term for all
Fri & Tue 22 & 25 Jul 2022 Non-pupil days (INSET Days 4 and 5)

Bad Weather/Academy Closure process

St Boniface’s Catholic College will follow the guidance published by Plymouth City Council, November 2018, to effect a school closure due to environmental conditions or for other reasons that could impact on the safety of its staff and students (for example; poor weather conditions,  availability of heat, light, power and water, availability of staff, availability of meals).

Decisions concerned with school closures are made on an individual school basis by the Headteacher to reflect local circumstances.  The Headteacher, in consultation with the Chair of Governors if possible, will assess the situation and make the decision at an appropriate time to allow for adequate communication with parents, carers and students.

In the event of multiple school closure in the city, the Assistant Director for Learning and Communities in Plymouth City Council will liaise with the Civil Protection Unit, Emergency Services and other council departments to offer advice to the Schools’ Emergency Management Teams.  If the advice is to recommend that schools in general close, this will be given out by local radio stations and communicated via the council’s official Social Media pages to help parents.

If St Boniface’s takes the decision to close due to local conditions/factors the decision will be communicated by the following channels:

The closure will be published on the homepage of the school’s website

  • The closure will be notified to Plymouth City Council’s Education & Communication Team and School Transport Team
  • The closure will be published on Plymouth City Council’s webpage at: www.plymouth.gov.uk/schoolclosures
  • The closure will be notified to local radio stations and they will broadcast the closure details.

Any staff who are having difficulty getting to school should contact the main school number 01752 779051 or email mail@stbonifaces.com to alert the school at their earliest opportunity.