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Since my twins started school Ive only ever holidayed in the holidays.I havent quite been able to shake off my childhood good-girl badgeyou see (nor can Istop myself constantly apologising for my childrens behaviour , but thats another feature). So terrified was I that Id be metaphorically slapped on the wrist, then fined for taking my kids out of school during term time, that Ive stuck religiously to going away only when Im technically allowed. Since 2013, families who take children out of school for holidays have incurred fines of 60 per pupil and are taken to court if they refuse to pay.But fears over breakingthe rules havent put some parents off. In fact according to recent statistics a rising number of parents have been ignoring the governments controversial ban and hoiking their kids out of school whenever they darned like. Figures from the Department for Education have revealed that one in 20 half half days were missed due to unapproved family trips in the autumn and spring terms of 2015 to 2016, something of a five-year high. And who can blame them, when holidaying in the holidays is so darned expensive. Recent research reveals that holiday costs can double for families who travel during the school summer holidays, with some package holiday prices rising by up to 115 per cent. According to research byFairFX, a travel currency website, the average cost of summer holidays ramps up by 35 per cent during school holidays, compared with those taking place from two weeks prior to the end of term. I can well believe it, in fact I have the credit card flight bill to prove it. View photos The department of education believes taking children out of school effects their grades [Photo: Pixabay via Pexels] More Theres the busy-ness factor to consider too. Take your kids to Legoland during the summer holidays and youll spend most of your time queuing for the rides/cafe/everything. But if you go while everyone else is at school, well then youll pretty much get the run of the place. So you can certainly see why parents like Jon Platt, the dad involved in this mornings case, want to challenge the rules. Platts case came about when he was fined 120 by Isle of Wight Council for taking his daughter on a trip to Disneyland during term time. Deciding not to take the fine lying down, he chose to fight back and got the decision overturned in magistrates court. Hisargument that existing law only required him to provide his daughter with regular attendance at school was accepted by magistrates in the Isle of Wight, and upheld in May last year by the high court before the Department for Education won the right to appealto the supreme court. Todaysruling means that parents who take their children out of school without permission to go holiday can still be fined and prosecuted.
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