School and Kindergarten – When’s the Fall Break?

How to plan?

Children are often looking forward to the arrival of the autumn break. However, parents often need to plan ahead for these periods, so it’s important to know the exact time.

The autumn break is often a very long-awaited period for children, when it can finally be a completely free program again, and they can avoid the gates of school and kindergarten for a while.

Don’t overdo it, as children are happy to relax and play what they like during the fall break. But if you’re happy to take them to programs, here are some good tips.

Autumn break – What programs would children enjoy?

However, parents need to think ahead, plan for the days and weeks when the school and kindergarten will not receive the lurkers. They need to organize childcare when they are working.

So it is important to know exactly when this period is.

This year, the fall break will run from October 23 to November 1.

That is, the national holiday of October 23 and All Saints will also fall.

If someone wants to visit a cemetery with their family first, they have the option to start first – this can be especially beneficial for those looking for the countryside, as there will be no teaching on November 1st, so they can easily get back to school and kindergarten again.

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