TEACHERS are to start work next Monday, January 26, while classes proper begin the following week, Education Secretary Dr Michael Tapo says.
Tapo yesterday announced the dates of the 2015 school terms and holidays.
He said term one for teachers would begin next Monday. Next week, he said heads of institutions should sort out enrolments with governing bodies while teachers prepare for the start of classes on Feb 2. Term one ends on April 10.
The Easter public holiday falls on the ninth week of the term with school holidays from April 13 to 17.
Term two is from April 20-July 3. Teachers and students will have two weeks holidays from July 6-17 due to the Pacific Games. June 13 is a public holiday (Queen’s birthday). Term three is from July 20 to Sept 18. A one-week holiday from Sept 21-25.
There are three public holidays in term three – National Remembrance Day on July 23, National Repentance Day on Aug 26 and Independence on Sept 16.
Term four is from Sept 28-Dec 11 with holidays from Dec 14 to Jan 29.
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