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  Reply # 2030390 5-Jun-2018 22:40
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From memory, it was two weeks in May, two weeks in August, last week (or two) of December and all of January. That was it.


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  Reply # 2030562 6-Jun-2018 10:11
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I can't say I dislike the idea of school holidays being restricted to 4 weeks a year.





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  Reply # 2030564 6-Jun-2018 10:14
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https://www.education.govt.nz/ministry-of-education/school-terms-and-holidays/school-terms-and-holidays-archive/

Primary, intermediate look like they get a week extra
Secondary schools no change, looking at half days of teaching a year.



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  Reply # 2030573 6-Jun-2018 10:26
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Yes, the issue is more about kids applying for Annual Leave rather than be structured to the school schedule. Not that they get the same Annual leave as employees


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