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Will the flood have an effect on the Thai school holidays?


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Since there was a flood in Thailand, will it have any effect on the Thai school holidays? Will they be postponed or kept as foreseen?

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The school holidays have already been affected, at least in the 8 flood affected provinces north of Bangkok. Semester 2 was due to begin at the end of October & the students, so far, are due to return on 13th December. Government schools will have to open every Saturday with possibly 1 extra teaching teaching period a day, No Christmas break, for those that have them, & the semester has been extended to the end of March; when most teacher's contracts finish. The private schools aren't governed by the MoE but still have to open a minimum number of days per year by law. Some teachers in Rangsit, which is still badly affected, have been told they are free to leave (without pay) & return in May because if the situation doesn't improve soon, the school will have to shut for the remainder of the semester. :Bye5:

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El Cata,

 

Thanks for your message. It explains quite a lot. However, does this all means that the Thai summer vacation will be kept as foreseen, during the months April and May or will they be postponed?!

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