September 2018 Calendar South Africa

The school September 2018 Calendar South Africa somewhat upset the students of Zone B at the beginning of 2018. Some academies have indeed modified the dates of the spring holidays, because of holidays and too many bridges during the same week. Spring break has been debated for this new calendar. Therefore, the last bridge of May will be common to all students: it will take place from Thursday, May 30 to Sunday, June 2, 2019. Remember that the winter and spring break are the only ones whose dates differ depending on the academy. For the year 2019, the February holidays will take place from February 16 to March 4, 2019 for Zone A students, from February 9 to 25, 2019 for Zone B students and from February 23 to March 11 for those in Area C. The spring break will begin a few months later: from April 13 to April 29 for Zone A students, April 6 to 23 for Zone B and April 20 to May 6 for those in Zone A Zone C. Finally, the summer holidays will start for all students on Saturday, July 6, 2019.

 

September 2018 Calendar South Africa

Remember that the school calendar has been modified since 1 January 2016, with the new school zones adapted to the new regions of France. Indeed, following the territorial reform of redistricting regions (13 regions instead of 22), it was necessary to review the composition of the main zones A, B and C, in order to attribute to each the dates of winter holidays and spring, which differ from one area to another. Among the main remodeled zones, note that the academies of Paris, Créteil and Versailles (zone C) separated from Bordeaux to join Toulouse and Montpellier.

2018 September Calendar South Africa
2018 September Calendar South Africa
Blank September 2018 Calendar South Africa
Blank September 2018 Calendar South Africa
Blank September 2018 Calendar South Africa
Blank September 2018 Calendar South Africa
September 2018 Calendar SA
September 2018 Calendar SA

September Calendar South Africa

Dijon and Besançon pass from zone B to zone A, while Nancy-Metz as well as Caen, Rennes and Nantes pass from zone A to zone B. The dates of the school holidays are therefore different according to zones A, B and C. To better understand your city, find out, zone by zone, the dates of the school holidays that correspond to your academy. Zone A corresponds to the cities of: Besançon, Bordeaux, Clermont-Ferrand, Dijon, Grenoble, Limoges, Lyon, Poitiers.

September 2018 Calendar South Africa Holidays
September 2018 Calendar South Africa Holidays
September 2018 Calendar South Africa Printable
September 2018 Calendar South Africa Printable
September 2018 Calendar South Africa Template
September 2018 Calendar South Africa Template

September Calendar 2018 South Africa

If you live in one of these cities, your child will have the same dates as all the other students for the return of the classes of September, holidays of All Saints, Christmas, the Ascension Bridge and the holidays . What changes are the dates of the winter holidays 2019, which will take place from Saturday, February 16 to Monday, March 4, 2019 for the students of zone A. They will also have different dates of the pupils of zones B and C for the spring break (also called the Easter holidays), from Saturday, April 13 to April 29, 2019.

September 2018 Calendar South Africa
September 2018 Calendar South Africa
September Calendar 2018 South Africa
September Calendar 2018 South Africa
September Calendar South Africa
September Calendar South Africa

Back to school will take place on Monday, September 2018 Calendar South Africa 3rd. Therefore the pre-entry for teachers has been set for Friday 31 August. This did not particularly please teachers who will not be able to take one last week of complete vacation. The holidays of All Saints will be the same for all areas. They will begin on Saturday, October 20, 2018 and students will resume classes on Monday, November 5, 2018. Christmas holidays will also be common to all areas. They will spread without surprises from Saturday, December 22, 2018 to Monday, January 7, 2019.

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