Get ready for the Eid Al-Fitr 2023 holidays coming up soon
It’s not too long now…
The Eid Al-Fitr 2023 holidays have been announced, and you can start planning for days off now.
Students will be enjoying longer days off, according to the academic calendar by the Ministry Of Education, the holidays will begin this week.
Starting on Thursday April 13 and going on until Wednesday April 26, the holidays will are set to be super fun. That’s a full two weeks that the kiddos and university students can look forward to.
#وزارة_التعليم تُطلق مبادرة #بيئة_مدرستي_أجمل في 5 إدارات تعليمية؛ سعيًا لتحسين البيئة المدرسية، وتعزيز القيم الجمالية في مجتمع التعليم.https://t.co/7n6oeZbhtC pic.twitter.com/HRCxsgD0yQ
— وزارة التعليم – عام (@moe_gov_sa) March 31, 2023
While the official date for the Eid Al-Fitr is yet to be announced and is pending official announcements by the moon sighting committee, it’s expected to fall on Friday, April 21.
The official holidays for the private sector for Eid Al-Fitr have also been announced. The holiday will begin on Friday April 21 will be four days long. The public sector will be getting two weeks off similar to the school holidays which will begin on Wednesday April 13 and go on until Wednesday April 26.
معًا نرفع مستوى الوعي بالاستخدام الآمن للإنترنت، ونبني سلوكيات إيجابية تحمي المجتمع التعليمي من التهديدات السيبرانية.#أنت_في_الإنترنت pic.twitter.com/Id5AFKz85h
— وزارة التعليم – عام (@moe_gov_sa) March 30, 2023
There are so many things to enjoy on your time off this time of year. Ramadan celebrations are in full swing, so you and the fam can enjoy brilliant iftars and suhoors, visit the traditional Ramadan tents, or even check out Ramadan Season. Though if you’re looking for something a little historic, you can check out the wide array of activities in Diriyah.
After the Eid Al-Fitr holiday, students can also look forward to a long weekend starting May 28 and then summer vacation starting June 22.
What will you be doing first?
For more information please visit: moe.gov.sa