It’s not long before schools in Gibraltar once again open their doors to pupils following No.6's announcement of the dates in September for the 2019/20 academic year.
A statement from the Government said:
Schools will start their 2019/2020 Academic year in a few weeks’ time.
The following schools will start opening their doors to pupils as from Monday 2nd September:
St Bernard’s First
St Bernard’s Middle
St Joseph’s First
St Joseph’s Middle
The following schools will open for pupils on Wednesday 11th September,the day after the National Day Holiday:
Bishop Fitzgerald at their new, temporary location at the old St Anne’s School
Governor’s Meadow at their new, temporary location at the old Bayside School
St Anne’s School at its new site next to Notre Dame at Laguna Estate
Westside Comprehensive School at its new site at Waterport
Bayside Comprehensive School at its new premises at Waterport
The Gibraltar College at its current location at Line Wall
Schools which have separate school joining days for different school years will contact parents directly in the usual manner.
All these schools will open for teachers as from 30 August but will open to children as from 11 September. This is in order to allow the finer detail of the moves of the schools, the induction of teachers and support staff and final preparation by staff to receive pupils. The College opens on 11 September, consistent with the Comprehensives, in view of its consortium teaching arrangement with Bayside and Westside.