School Holidays and Term Dates 2020-2021.
ISASA Term Dates. Share Tweet. ISASA Term Dates. There are no universal term dates or calendars that apply to all independent schools in South Africa. Many independent schools follow the public school calendar, while others follow an association calendar. Some independent schools follow their own specific calendars. The calendar committee of the ISASA Central Region (Gauteng, Free State.
The current and proposed school holidays for South Africa. 2020 2021 2020 National State of Disaster Re-opening of schools (Gazette 43372 of 29 May 2020 as amended by Gazette 43381 of 1 June 2020) The date on which Grade 7 and 12 learners have to report back to school, is 8 June 2020. (CEM meeting statement of 31 May 2020) Western Cape schools (for Grade 7 and 12) commences on 1 June 2020.
Download a School Calendar template for the 2020-2021 or 2021-2022 school year and easily edit it using Excel. Use our templates to create calendars for public, private, or home schools.The templates include both monthly and yearly school calendars, and the yearly calendars work for any school year. If you want to quickly print a school year calendar, see our printable academic calendars page.
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Kindly Note: South African School of Motion Picture Medium and Live Performance (AFDA) Academic Calendar and Registration dateline for 2021 intake is yet to be Release Online, kindly Login to the AFDA School portal for full Information.or if you want to be Notified once it is officially released, then you always bookmark this page and also visit the school portal regularly for latest information.
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