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Summer Early Bird Savings - 4* Ibiza £109pp, 3nt Algarve £79.00pp, 5* All Inclusive Crete £199pp @ Go Groupie

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Just got an email with a few Early bird summer deals, Some of them look great particularly the 5* All Inclusive Crete for £199 Not just summer dates though most have dates between now and summer, e… Read More
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3m, 2w agoFound 3 months, 2 weeks ago
Just got an email with a few Early bird summer deals, Some of them look great particularly the 5* All Inclusive Crete for £199

Not just summer dates though most have dates between now and summer, each one has its flights included and its own terms and conditions so you'll have to take a look

Full list of ones from my email:
Ibiza £109pp
Algarve £79pp
Crete £199pp
Costa Brava £99pp
Cruise £299pp
Cyprus £199pp
Marrakech £119pp
Rhodes £169pp
Tenerife £129pp
Mykonos £149pp

There are more on the link

Enjoy :D
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3m, 2w agoFound 3 months, 2 weeks ago
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#1
Put my preferred dates in and it came to £699 per person for a week in Portugal. Oh well...
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still punishing the parents. always cheap in term time
#3
mikno2
still punishing the parents. always cheap in term time
Just supply and demand. Can't wait until mine are done with school though. :)
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M_z
mikno2
still punishing the parents. always cheap in term time
Just supply and demand. Can't wait until mine are done with school though. :)

Take them out early. The school cannot fine you as the parent won in the High Court.
I took mine out. My son scored 99% in Maths Sats and got 13.5 GCSEs all A/A*. Taking them out does not make any difference.

When teachers go on strike they suffer. Then the school takes children on a residential trip in term time and that's fine.
It is all nonsense. What do they learn in primary school?

If the school fined you refuse to pay any voluntary contributions for trips. The Head of my son's grammar school stated he would never fine parents, although he did not approve of term time holidays. But what do they do just before Christmas?


Edited By: Common Sense on Jan 09, 2017 19:29: .
#5
Common Sense
M_z
mikno2
still punishing the parents. always cheap in term time
Just supply and demand. Can't wait until mine are done with school though. :)
Take them out early. The school cannot fine you as the parent won in the High Court.
I took mine out. My son scored 99% in Maths Sats and got 13.5 GCSEs all A/A*. Taking them out does not make any difference.
When teachers go on strike they suffer. Then the school takes children on a residential trip in term time and that's fine.
It is all nonsense. What do they learn in primary school?
If the school fined you refuse to pay any voluntary contributions for trips. The Head of my son's grammar school stated he would never fine parents, although he did not approve of term time holidays. But what do they do just before Christmas?

This is a generalisation.
#6
teerex

This is a generalisation.

Correct, it is a generalisation that taking children out has a significant effect on their results. I have seen no scientific evidence.

So when a child is sick should the parents should be fined as the child is missing education and will fall behind?
Being off sick and going on holiday has the same end result, missed school.

Before my children took their 11+ exams, they both took a week off school. Not to go on holiday, but to prepare (they were "sick").

A child in primary school can learn more at home in a week compared to one month at school.
A 10 year old child sitting at 11+ aiming for a high score can work out 17% of 50 in less than 5 seconds in their head and these highly qualified primary school teachers often struggle, such is their ability in basic maths. This is a generalisation from experience.
#7
what a rip off!!!

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