Update About The Basic School Academic Calendar: Vacation, And Reopening Dates


The commencement of the 2023 academic year marked an exciting moment for Public Basic Schools in the Country. On 10th January, students embarked on a new journey of learning, growth, and discovery. It was a day filled with high hopes, expectations, and anticipation for what the academic year had in store for them.

As the academic year progressed, the students engaged in various activities, including classroom learning, extracurricular activities, and community service. The academic authorities were pleased to witness the enthusiasm and dedication displayed by both students and academic staff. They were committed to ensuring that the academic year ran smoothly and effectively and that students were given the necessary support to achieve their academic goals.

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To this end, the academic authorities have announced that students would take a break on Friday, March 24, 2023, marking the end of the first term. The break would allow students to recharge and prepare themselves for the second term, which would commence on Monday, April 3, 2023.

It is said to be a crucial period for students to reflect on their academic performance, set new goals, and plan their schedules for the next term.

The academic authorities emphasized the importance of adhering to these dates and ensuring that all schools comply accordingly. The Directors were tasked with the responsibility of making sure that the Heads of Schools for Basic and Second Cycle Schools in their respective regions were made aware of the updated academic calendar and the provisions on the announced dates.

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The academic authorities believed that this step would ensure that the academic year ran smoothly and effectively and return to the normal(before Covid-19).

They were confident that students would benefit from the 10 days break, allowing them to recharge and prepare themselves for the next term.

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