The City of London has one maintained primary school, three sponsored City Academies in neighbouring boroughs and no maintained secondary schools. If you are looking for a school for your child and need more information than is available here, their Education Team will be able to help you.

Whilst every effort is made to ensure that these London school half term holiday dates are accurate, there are occasions when circumstances beyond our control may result in changes.

When are the school holidays in the City of London?

School Holiday Dates for City of London

Whilst every effort is made to ensure that these London school half term holiday dates are accurate, there are occasions when circumstances beyond our control may result in changes.

For London Voluntary Aided and Foundation schools it is the school Governing Body which sets the school's term and holiday dates.

London is the iconic capital city of the United Kingdom. It is a vibrant and lively destination, filled with beautiful architecture, steeped in history and has plenty to offer visitors and tourists on a long holiday or short half term break.

Social Life in London

Head to Mayfair and you'll find yourself in some seriously trendy bars and clubs, like Babble which is decked out in up-market lounge style. There are fabulous clubs and bars in Soho, and all in one square mile of each other, so not only will you have just a short walk between drinks, but some of the nightclubs here stay open till dawn.

Sample a glass of bubbly at Europe's longest champagne bar at St Pancreas or settle down in one of the many comedy clubs, where you can enjoy a drink and have a laugh. And if celebrity spotting sounds like your kind of night, exclusive clubs like The Groucho Club and the Kingly Club are the right place to go for some serious shoulder rubbing.

London holidays and short breaks.

Sightseeing in London on a UK Holiday

There are simply too many fantastic places to visit in this capital city to list here, but when you're visiting London, these are a few of the popular attractions that you really should make time to see:

· London Eye – This unique revolving fairground wheel offers unparalleled views across the city.

· Tower of London – Visit the Crown Jewels and learn about the bloody history of London.

· Tate Gallery – A world class gallery for modern art.

· Royal Albert Hall – This circular building is the venue for operas and classical orchestral concerts.

· Buckingham Palace– Visit the Royal home and see the changing of the guard.

· Madame Tussauds – View the fantastic waxworks of your favorite celebrities.

· London Zoo – Spend some time at this popular location, which is great for families.

· Big Ben– Pay a visit to the famous clock tower, the third largest freestanding clock in the world.

· Trafalgar Square– Noted for its shops and nightclubs, this square was home to London's pigeons, but a clean up campaign has reduced their numbers.

· Harrods – This world famous store is a haven for celebrities, designer goods and unique gifts.

· Hyde Park – Perfect for a picnic, visit the Diana Fountain or walk in the gardens and escape the bustle for a few hours.

· Speakers Corner – Pay a visit to this section of Hyde Park and hear people speak about politics and other random topics!

· The Houses of Parliament – The site of the country's political decision making and debate.

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