FG Announces Resumption Date for Primary & Secondary Schools Nationwide (2023)

The resumption of academic activities in both elementary and secondary schools in Nigeria has been announced by the Federal Government of Nigeria through the Federal Ministry of Education. Academic activities have been scheduled to resume for 3rd term 2023/2024 academic session.

Resumption of schools

School Resumption Date For Primary & Secondary Schools

In order to harmonize the academic and non activities in all primary and secondary schools in Nigeria, the federal government has directed that all schools (primary and secondary, private and public) resume on the same date.

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The official resumption date for all schools has been fixed by the ministry of education as Monday 25th April 2023. This is to keep all academic activities in line the the approved academic calendar for the 2023/2024 academic session.

The resumption date above is binding on all schools including all Unity schools (Federal and State government colleges) across the nation. The 3rd term has been scheduled to run for a period of 3 and a half months in order to meet up with the September resumption which marks the beginning of a fresh academic session.

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The federal ministry of education stated that all Federal Government Colleges (unity schools) and other Federal govt schools shall resume as follows:

  • Military primary and secondary schools in Nigeria – Tuesday 25th April, 2023
  • Junior Secondary School (Day and boarding students) – Tuesday 2nd of May 2023.
  • Senior Secondary Schools (Day and boarding students) – Tuesday 2nd of May 2023.

All parents and guardians are to take note of the above information on behalf of their wards.

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