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Term 2 Reopening Date For Basic Schools

All basic schools in Ghana are set to commence the second term of the 2023/2024 academic year on Tuesday, 9th January 2024.

Week Endings

Week endings offer teachers a moment of relief and reflection. It’s a time to evaluate students’ progress, plan for the upcoming week, and manage administrative tasks before embarking on another week of teaching and learning.

  • Week 1: 12th January
  • Week 2: 19th January
  • Week 3: 26th January
  • Week 4: 2nd February
  • Week 5: 9th February
  • Week 6: 16th February
  • Week 7: 23rd February
  • Week 8: 1st March
  • Week 9: 8th March
  • Week 10: 15th March
  • Week 11: 22nd March
  • Week 12: 29th March
  • Week 13: 5th April
  • Week 14: 11th April

Basic schools are scheduled to undergo a total of 14 weeks in term 2.

Holidays in Term 2

  • Wednesday, 6th March, 2024: Independence Day
  • Friday, 7th April, 2024: Good Friday
  • Monday, 10th April, 2024: Easter

Revision Week

Revision week holds significance for both teachers and pupils. It allows teachers to reinforce key concepts, address doubts, and ensures students are well-prepared for assessments. Scheduled from 25th March to 29th March 2024, examinations follow in the subsequent week.

Term 2 Vacation Date

As per the 2023/2024 academic calendar, Basic schools in Ghana will conclude the second term on 11th April 2024. The Director-General of the Ghana Education Service (GES), Dr Eric Nkansah, assures a smooth execution of the calendar. However, Kofi Asare, the Executive Director of Africa Education Watch, emphasizes the need for clarification, especially regarding the transitional calendar’s impact on Form Two students compared to Form One students under the single-track calendar.

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