Lochwinnoch Toddlers, which meets every Monday and Wednesday during termtime
at McKillop Hall, has released the dates for a series of special play days.
But, in the same way that I love PG Wodehouse, despite never having been an idle, rich waster in Mayfair in the 1920s, I could never resist the lure of Linbury Court School, termtime
home of Jennings and his sidekick, Darbishire.
In addition, the zoo is also offering families discounted entry on weekdays during termtime
up to February 9, so little ones with their mum, dad or grandparents can enjoy a peaceful visit to the zoo while most people are back in work or at school.
But, in light of the figure of termtime
bookings for family holidays, the company carried out research asking parents their reasons.
WITH reference to the recent story about taking kids on termtime
holidays (The Gazette 04.
The fight began when the council voted to fire and re-hire the assistants on contracts which would only see them paid in termtime
All of the children were taken out of school for holidays during termtime
, magistrates heard.
The council had to change the teaching assistant's contracts due to the risk of equal pay claims from other school staff who work on termtime
It said other councils in the UK had made similar moves and called on councillors to examine existing termtime
The mother of three, who lives in Lampeter, said she believed the case could open the flood gates for parents fined in areas where councils had a blanket ban on termtime
The controversial issue of school fines for termtime
holidays is due to be debated by MPs today.
Parliament will this month debate a petition signed by more than 100,000 people arguing for an allowance of up to two weeks' termtime
leave from school for holidays.