With summer having already started, you might be wondering when children in England break up from school for the 2023 summer holidays.

Whether you’re planning a holiday or adding days out to the diary, it’s good to know when the summer holidays start.

Children don’t have long to wait until they have a few weeks off school, let’s take a look.

When do schools break up for summer holidays in England in 2023?

Schools in England are set to close around July 21, 2023 for the summer holidays.

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To find the dates for schools in your area, you can search your postcode via the government website.

After entering your postcode, you can click through to your local council’s website which lists the term dates for schools in your area.

Schools in England are expected to open again around September 4, 2023 for a new term.

School holidays in England last for around six weeks.

Which bank holidays are scheduled for the rest of 2023?

The summer holidays include England’s next bank holiday which will take place on August 28.

After the summer bank holiday in August, the next bank holiday will be on Christmas Day - December 25.

The final UK bank holiday in 2023 will be on Boxing Day - December 26.