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School Terms and Professional Learning Days

SCHOOL TERMS AND PROFESSIONAL LEARNING DAYS IN TASMANIAN GOVERNMENT SCHOOLS

Did you know?

  • The Tasmanian Government school year is divided into four terms. 

Professional learning days

  • During the school year, schools have professional learning days and on these days your child will not attend school.
  • Professional learning days enable teachers to participate in important learning that improves their teaching.

Moderation days

  • There is also a moderation day for student assessments.  This ensures all students across Tasmania are being assessed against the same benchmarks, and that student assessments are comparable across schools.

 

 

 School Term Dates and Professional Learning Days in Tasmanian Government Schools

 
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* Please note these dates are statewide for Kindergarten to Year 10 in Tasmanian Government schools. Years 11 and 12 dates may differ so please check the Department of Education website: www.education.tas.gov.au
* For full listings of local area public holidays please visit www.workplacestandards.tas.gov.au

Where can I get more information?

  • Schools will advise parents and child care providers of these days in Term 4 every year.
  • From your child’s teacher or school.
  • Visit the Department of Education website: www.education.tas.gov.au

Download the Print version of brochure

 
 School Terms and Professional learning days in Tasmanian Government schools printable brochure
 
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