"It will also be at a time when fewer people are away on holiday and, being played during termtime
, it gives us a great opportunity to work with schools, particularly focusing on the significant number of schools in London that play Rugby League."
"This means we can offer working parents termtime
placements over the school term, subject to obtaining funding.
FOODBANKS fear this summer will be their busiest yet as hardup parents who rely on free termtime
meals struggle to feed their kids during the school holidays.
Although the holiday club was soon over, children who enjoy sports, craftwork and Bible stories are welcome at various termtime
activities, including an after-school club on Mondays and a session for dads and their kids on the first Saturday of each month.
Instead they can only grant termtime
leave in exceptional circumstances.
What It was during that you Write to: M.E.N, House, Oldham, Or email: @men-academic year when the rules on termtime
holidays were changed, meaning headteachers could no longer grant up to 10 days' holiday in special circumstances.
In comparison, the average cost of an after-school club during termtime
is around PS55 a week in Yorkshire - meaning parents are paying nearly two-and-a-half times as much during the summer.
2 Including the potential for shared use eg termtime
dance and theatre rehearsals for Coventry University.
Mr McCann was known for his tough attitude towards parents wanting to take pupils on termtime
Lochwinnoch Toddlers, which meets every Monday and Wednesday during termtime
at McKillop Hall, has released the dates for a series of special play days.
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.
In Wales, parents can take their children out of school during termtime
if they seek permission from headteachers - but only for 10 days.