2022 school year to begin in April
Education Ministry hoping to resume school for Years 1 to 11 very soon

2022 school year to begin in April

Education Ministry hoping to resume school for Years 1 to 11 very soon

By Shanil Singh
Wednesday 20/10/2021
Minister for Education Premila Kumar

The 2022 school year will begin in April which is when students will be progressing to the next level.

This was revealed by the Minister for Education Premila Kumar during her visit to Muaniweni College this morning.

Kumar says when Year 1 to 11 students return to school either the end of next month or January next year that will be Term 4 where they will continue with this year’s work.

There will be four school terms next year.

She says Term 1 for next year’s academic year will start in April.

With Years 12 and 13 starting on November 1st, Kumar says they are hoping to resume school for Years 1 to 11 very soon.

She adds they are waiting for the vaccination rates to further improve and the active cases to go down.


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