The 2023 calendar has just fallen. Here are the dates to remember for the coming year. Holidays, vacations...
Every year, in the month of December, the calendar for the following year falls. The three academic zones can then take a look at the vacations, public holidays and bridges for the following year. As you know, metropolitan France is divided into three academic zones (A, B and C) . And this, to which must then be added the Academy of Corsica. Thus, the 2023 calendar has just fallen. Students therefore have the opportunity to consult the important dates to remember for the coming year. Of course, it may be these dates are subject to adjustments . And this, mainly due to the exams at the end of the year in college or high school. We'll explaine everything here !
If you didn't already know, the start of the January 2023 school year would be delayed This year. Indeed, students will have an extra day off this year. And this, since the National Education mentioned problems concerning the “ road safety '. Indeed, the National Education wants everyone to be able to return home after the end of year celebrations. Thus, the start of the school year is scheduled for Tuesday, January 3, 2023. It should then be known that the 2023 calendar has just fallen. The ministry recently discussed its development . « The procedure for drawing up the school calendar includes a phase of consultation with the Ministry in charge of Tourism, with the Ministry of the Interior, with mountain professionals and elected officials, and with internal ministry partners. “Explained the ministry to our colleagues from Europe 1.
It should be noted that it is not uncommon for the first day of school to be delayed. Indeed, this often happens when Sunday falls on New Year's Day. For example, in 2017, January 1 was a Sunday. It was therefore necessary to revise the school calendar. At the time, the Ministry of Education explained that this decision allows returns to be spread over two days. This leaves those who can the possibility of circulating more rested on Monday '. And this, to our colleagues from Parisian. For students, it is no longer a question of waiting. Indeed, the 2023 calendar has just fallen. Important dates to remember for the new year have therefore been announced. We tell you everything here!
Know that Christmas holidays this year fall on the same date for all the academic areas of metropolitan France. Indeed, the children will be on vacation from Saturday December 17, 2022. And this, thanks to the delay, until Tuesday January 3, 2023.
As it concerns winter holidays , the 2023 calendar shows that it depends on the academic areas. For zone A, holidays go from Saturday, February 4, 2023 to Monday, February 20, 2023. Besides, for zone B, the winter holidays are from Saturday, February 11, 2023 to Monday, February 27, 2023. And finally, for zone C, the winter holidays begin on February 18, 2023 and end on Monday, March 6, 2023.
For the Spring Break , the 2023 calendar also provides different dates according to zones A, B and C. First of all, for zone A, the holidays will from Saturday April 8, 2023 to Monday April 24, 2023. For zone B, the holidays are one week later, from Saturday April 15, 2023 to Tuesday May 2, 2023. Then, for the last zone (zone C), the holidays Spring 2023 will take place from Saturday April 22, 2023 to Tuesday May 9, 2023.
Fortunately, summer vacation 2023 fall at the same time for all of metropolitan France. And this, according to the 2023 calendar. Saturday July 8, 2023 to September 4, 2023, all students in France, with a few exceptions, will be on vacation at the same time.
The new 2023 calendar announces that All Saints holidays will all take place at the same time as well. Indeed, the three academic zones will be on vacation from October 21, 2023 to November 6, 2023.
Finally, we must not forget the next Christmas holidays . It's never too early to throw the parties. Luckily, the 2023 calendar shows when the scheduled dates are. Therefore, the three zones will be on vacation from December 23, 2023 to January 8, 2024.
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