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    • By MSE Megan F 3rd Nov 15, 8:15 PM
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    School Holiday Fines
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    School Holiday Fines 3rd Nov 15 at 8:15 PM


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    • Maggij
    • By Maggij 7th Sep 16, 7:20 PM
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    I was advised by a travel agent that travelling to New York in early January (school holidays which was when I was originally going to book) was no recommended due to the risk with the weather - snow etc. I booked in early December due this advice. (The trip is now more expensive but safer weather wise). The trip is for my daughters 18th birthday but she is in 6th form the holiday is now in school term time. I have not informed the school yet, as I am concerned about a possible fine. Will I be fined even though my daughter will be 18 while we are away, so she will be an adult by then and technically she does not have to go to school at all!
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    • By RajaStyle 22nd Sep 16, 2:14 PM
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    Council gives parents green light to take children on holiday in term time

    Read more: http://metro.co.uk/2016/09/22/council-gives-parents-green-light-to-take-children-on-holiday-in-term-time-6144051/#ixzz4KzS41ybi

    http://metro.co.uk/2016/09/22/council-gives-parents-green-light-to-take-children-on-holiday-in-term-time-6144051/
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