Dates proposed by Valencia for 2021/22 school year

The 2021/22 school year is proposed to start on Wednesday 8th September.

Tuesday 18th May 2021 – PRESS RELEASE with Mike Smith

The Ministry of Education, Culture and Sport in the Generalitat Valenciana has proposed that the school year 2021-2022 will begin on Wednesday 8th September for students of Early Childhood Education, Primary, ESO, Baccalaureate, Basic Vocational Training and intermediate and advanced courses for Adult Education.

The school year will end on Friday 17th June for ESO, Baccalaureate and FP and on Tuesday 21st June for Infant and Primary.

With regards to students of basic qualification training programmes as well as the Basic Vocational Training, the year will start on Wednesday 15th September and finish on Friday June 17th and Wednesday 22nd June respectively.

For Adult Education, the course will begin on Monday 20th September and finish on Tuesday 17th June. For special sports and artistic education, classes are scheduled to begin on Wednesday 22nd September and end of Monday 16th June. And for Official Language Schools, the year will start on Monday 27th September and end of Monday 27th June.

Fiesta Days

Thursday 23rd December 2021 to Friday 7th January 2022 inclusive

Thursday 14th April 2022 to Monday 25th April 2022 inclusive.

Regional Holidays (applicable to the whole Comunidad Valenciana)
Tuesday 12th October 2021 · Fiesta Nacional
Monday 1st November 2021 · Todos los Santos
Monday 6th December 2021 · Día de la Constitución
Wednesday 8th December 2021 · Inmaculada Concepcion
Friday 24th June 2022 · Día de Sant Joan

Each town council will be able to allocate three local non-school days as well as local fiestas in the event that one or two for each municipality are celebrated on a school day.

Once the school calendar is published in the Official Gazette of the Generalitat Valenciana (DOGV), the municipal schools council (CEM), which is the highest participatory body for the educational community in municipalities, will draw up the calendar with local fiestas and non-school days for each town and city.

The CEM can request a fourth non-school day that must be recovered elsewhere and authorized by the general management of the Teaching Centres. The day can be recovered usually by extending or shortening the Christmas or Easter holidays by one day.

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