A council at the centre of a legal battle over unauthorised school absences is to review term dates.
Isle of Wight Council is to hold a major consultation on cutting its summer holidays to create longer half terms in the autumn or spring.
It was previously involved in a row with a father who refused to pay a fine for taking his daughter on holiday.
Jon Platt lost his case at the Supreme Court in April, despite winning prior legal battles against the council.
The consultation will begin on the 24th November.