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half term

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a. a short holiday midway through an academic term
b. (as modifier): a half-term holiday
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"When did you last step in class?""We are talking about half term Kuya," Saphire answered angrily.
Hundreds of children and parents sent colourful painted stones back after half term and approximately 250 coloured stones are now in place and displayed around the entrance to the school.
15 of the best half term family holiday deals - including trips to Benidorm, Dubai and Florida
| February half term breaks from PS69 per person | Term time midweek breaks from PS49 per person | Easter holiday breaks from PS69 pp | Summer holiday breaks from PS89 pp | October half term breaks from PS75 pp LEGOLAND WINDSOR RESORT There's free park entry for one child (under 15) per paying adult with a 2019 short break if you book by February 3.
As an autumn promotion, from now until October half term the experience cost just PS25 when booked online.
But winter half term, Easter and spring half terms are identical for all.
Throughout the half term the centre will be open from 9am-8pm Monday to Friday.
The competition is to see which class has the best attendance every half term. Each week in assembly, Mrs Hull our deputy head teacher, tells us who the weekly winner is.
IT DOESN'T seem like any time has passed since the Christmas holidays - but like it or not February half term is around the corner.