Official TSIBA Education Holidays 2023-2024
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When a break comes around, students have a ton of free time. It is important, however, to use this time wisely and to stay focused on the future. There are things that can be done to help you relax and still remain focused on your career path.
In South Africa the academic year coincides with the calendar year. An academic year consists of two semesters. The first semester commencing early in February, and the second semester by the end of July. In between, there is a holiday of approximately three weeks.
A university semester, also called a ‘term’ in some universities, is used to split the academic year to separate different blocks of teaching and assessments. On average each semester lasts 12 weeks and consists of a mixture of lectures, tutorials, assessments and holidays
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Public and School Holidays
1 January: New Year’s Day
21 March: Human Rights Day
22 March: Public Holiday
02 April: Good Friday
05 April: Family Day
27 April: Freedom Day
26 April: School Holiday
1 May: Workers’ Day
16 June: Youth Day
9 August: National Women’s Day
24 September: Heritage Day
16 December: Day of Reconciliation
25 December: Christmas Day
26 December: Day of Goodwill
A break is a great time to shadow someone who is currently working in your desired field. This is a great way to see if it is actually what you want to do and it gives you an opportunity to ask questions. The person may also be able to offer you tips for class, clubs, and internships.
Be prepared to take notes about the processes that are practised in the company and observe how coworkers interact with each other to see how to act professionally in the setting. This will help with future internships because you will learn how to act and what to do in certain situations.
School holidays in South Africa
The South African school year runs from January to December. There are four school holidays in South Africa: a two-week break in March/April, a three-week holiday in June/July, a one-week break in September/October, and a longer holiday of around five to six weeks in December/January.
Schools also close on public holidays. There are also other additional days off every school year. Altogether, there are around 200 days in the South African school year.
South African school holiday dates 2022
- First term break: 18 March – 4th April 2022
- Second term break: 25 June – 18 July 2022
- Third term break: 1 – 10 October 2022
- Fourth term break: 15 December 2021 – 10 January 2022
Additional holidays and days off
South Africa has 12 annual public holidays, some of which fall during school term time. These days are extra school holidays in South Africa. If public holiday dates fall on a Sunday, schools usually close on the Monday.
Sometimes, schools will also close if a public holiday falls on a Tuesday to make a long weekend. This happened in 2019, with an extra holiday given on 23 September (the day before Heritage Day).
Schools may also close for reasons such as teacher training or pupil book days. These will vary between individual schools, however; it’s important to check with your child’s school so that you know in advance when these will be.
Many South African schools, such as the British International College and the International School of Cape Town, publish calendars on their websites so this is a good place to check for information.
Childcare during school holidays in South Africa
If you are a working parent during school holidays in South Africa, you may need to make childcare arrangements during working hours. There are various childcare organizations that run holiday activities for kids. Costs, availability, and types of activities on offer vary from one provider to the next.
There are several ways to find childcare during the holidays. For example, ask at your child’s school or check with the local municipality for details of what is on offer in your area. You can also search for local holiday programs and other childcare options on sites such as Rainbow Kids and Parent 24. If you’re interested in sending your child to a fun holiday camp, the Busy Moms website has information on activities in each province.
For information on other childcare options such as au pairs and childminders, as well as information on government childcare subsidies, see our guide to childcare in South Africa.
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