It is very important for Students, Teachers, Parents to know about 2019 School Holidays NSW or when the new term is going to start. It is very crucial to know about holidays of new south wales schools as it helps you to make a proper planning of everything because knowing everything about holidays and term classes in advance helps you in making everything well planned. So in this article, we are going to discuss NSW school holidays.
NSW School Holidays 2019
|Time Period||Start Date||Finish Date||Length (weeks)||Length (Months)|
|Term 1 – Eastern Division||Tuesday, 29 January 2019||Friday, 12 April 2019||11 Weeks||2.5 Months|
|Term 1 – Western Division||Tuesday, 5 February 2019||Friday, 12 April 2019||10 weeks||2.3 Months|
|School Holidays||Saturday, 13 April 2019||Sunday, 28 April 2019|
|Term 2||Monday, 29 April 2019||Friday, 05 July 2019||10 weeks||2.3 Months|
|School Holidays||Saturday, 6 July 2019||Sunday, 21 July 2019|
|Term 3||Monday, 22 July 2019||Friday, 27 September 2019||10 weeks||2.3 months|
|School Holidays||Saturday, 28 September 2019||Sunday, 13 October 2019|
|Term 4||Monday, 14 October 2019||Friday, 20 December 2019||10 Weeks||2.3 Months|
|School Holidays – Eastern Division||Saturday, 21 December 2019||Monday, 27 January 2020|
|School Holidays – Western Division||Saturday, 21 December 2019||Monday, 3 February 2020|
NSW School Calendar 2019
New South Wales schools term dates are divided into two divisions and that is Eastern Division and Western Division.
The Eastern Division is one of the most populated divisions among the other two Divisions of New South Wales includes a famous city like Sydney and it also includes some famous coastal cities such as Newcastle and Wollongong.
The Western Division includes cities like Cobar, Broken Hill, Bourke, Wentworth, Walgett and so on.
Below Mentioned NSW School holidays and NSW School term dates are relevant to NSW state schools. Holidays and term dates of some Schools such as Catholic and Independent generally based on NSW state schools but sometimes their dates of term and holidays can vary from school to school so to get the correct term and holiday dates check directly with the relevant schools.
It should be noted that term dates and holidays dates are almost the same in both the division that is Eastern Division and Western Division expect Term 1. Eastern Division Schools term date is approximately one week earlier than the Western Division Schools term date.
You must have noticed that students studying in New South Wales in the Western division go back to school after a week as compared to students studying in New South Wales Schools in Eastern Division side. From our research and according to the New South Wales education department we found out the difference in Term 1 dates in both Eastern And Western division is because of geographic variables and historic precedent. According to this information, we concluded that during the time of January there is a high temperature in the Western Division side as compared to the Eastern Division. So to give a bit of relief to students, teachers, staff School opens one week later that Eastern Division.
About New South Wales: New South Wales is an Australian southeastern state. Its capital is Sydney. This state’s population is near around 75.4 lakhs (September 2014). A lot of people travel to NSW for its attractions. NSW has the most popular city in Australia and that is Sydney also a famous town Byron Bay. It is well known for its beaches, tourism, scuba diving, surfing sites also a lot of beautiful hills are situated in this town.
This state also has beautiful nature place named as Blue mountains. This place has beautiful scenery, offers a perfect experience for hiking. It is only 90 minutes drive from Sydney.
Talking about the education system in New South Wales. This state has approximately about 3136 Schools and out of these 1488 schools are in Sydney. Which means there is the vast opportunity of Education in New South Wales. Schools are divided into two divisions which are well known as Eastern Division And Western Division.
From research, we have found that :
- Out of 150 top Schools, 67% of schools are independent schools.
- Out of 150 top Schools, 15% of Schools are government non-selective schools
- Out of 150 top schools, 17% of schools are government selective schools.
List Of Some Top Schools In New South Wales
- ST GEORGE Blakehurst High School
- Beverly Hills Girls High School
- Kingsgrove North High School
- St George Girls High School
- Sydney Technical High School
- St George Christian School
- SUTHERLAND SHIRE Caringbah High School
- Engadine High School
- Inaburra School
- Menai High School
- Woolooware High School
- Saturday School of Community Languages, Kogarah High School
- Saturday School of Community Languages, St George Girls High School
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