Berlin holiday 2022 and 2023: dates for school holidays

What are the holidays in Berlin in the 2021/2022 school year and in the 2022/2023 school year? Here you will find all the dates of the fall holidays, Christmas holidays, winter holidays, Easter holidays, Pentecost holidays, and summer holidays.

six holidays I have schoolchildren in Berlin: in the fall too ChristmasIn the winter too Easter Holidayto Pentecost And in the summer. But when are the school holidays?

Here you will find all dates for the school years 2021/2022 and 2022/2023 as established by the Senate Department of Education. Below is information on other school-free days.

What holidays are there in Berlin?

This overview describes the school holidays students spend in Berlin:

  • autumn vacation
  • Christmas holiday
  • winter holidays
  • Easter holiday
  • Pentecost holiday
  • summer holidays

Joined public holidays And also the extra school days which depend in part on the students’ religion.

What are the upcoming holidays in Berlin 2022?

The next holiday in Berlin is Pentecost 2022 on June 7.

Holidays in Berlin 2021 and 2022

  • autumn vacation at Berlin 2021: 11.10. Until 23.10.2021
  • Christmas holiday at Berlin 2021: 24.12.2018 to 31.12.2021
  • winter holidays at Berlin 2022: 29.1. Until 5.2.2022
  • Easter holiday at Berlin 2022: 11.4. Until April 23, 2022
  • Pentecost holiday in Berlin 2022: 06/07/2022
  • summer holidays at Berlin 2022: 7.7. Until 19.8.2022

In addition, there are no classes in Berlin on March 7, 2022 and May 27, 2022.

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Holidays in Berlin 2022 and 2023

  • autumn vacation at Berlin 2022: 24.10.2020 to 5.11.2022
  • Christmas holiday at Berlin 2022/2023: 12/22/2022 to 01/02/2023
  • winter holidays at Berlin 2023: 30.1. Until 4.2.2023
  • Easter holiday at Berlin 2023: 3.4. Until 14.4.2023
  • Pentecost holiday in Berlin 2023: 5/30/2023
  • summer holidays at Berlin 2023: 13.7. Until 25.8.2023

There is no school in Berlin on May 19, 2023.

Free days for students of Christian faith in Berlin

Depending on one’s beliefs, there are few other school-free days in Berlin except for holidays and public holidays. There are several dates during the year when Christian students do not have school or can be laid off to attend church services. The Senate Department of Education notes that participation in church service must be requested at the school and that the exemption does not apply to students in dual vocational training.

These are the holidays for students belonging to Christianity:

  • Epiphany (6 January): No school for Catholic students, even two hours of worship for Protestant students
  • Ash Wednesday: Can serve up to 2 hours for Catholic students
  • Corpus Christi: School is free for Catholic students
  • Feast of the Apostles Peter and Paul (June 29): Can serve up to 2 hours for Catholic students
  • repair day (October 31): There is no school for evangelical students
  • Halloween (1 November): School is free for Catholic students
  • All Souls Day (November 2): Can serve up to 2 hours for Catholic students
  • Day of prayer and repentance: There is no school for evangelical students
  • Feast of Our Lady (December 8): Can serve up to 2 hours for Catholic students

Holiday days for Jewish students in Berlin

If the students are Jewish, they are entitled to these no-teaching days:

  • Easter Holiday
  • Shavuot
  • Rosh Hashanah
  • Yom Kippur
  • throne Festival
  • Shemini Atzeret
  • Allow Torah

Vacation days for students of the Islamic faith in Berlin

These are the dates when students belonging to Islam have free time:

  • Quick breakfast too Ramadan
  • sacrifice festival

According to the Senate Department of Education, students of other religions or beliefs can also apply for school holidays on their public holidays. Examples include Orthodox Christmas, International Day of Humanity, or Assyria Day.

School holidays in Berlin: summer vacation dates are set in the calendar

Berlin can schedule free days and most holidays independently of other federal states. However, states have agreed that school holidays will last for a total of 75 days, which also includes Saturdays of holiday weeks.

Video: SAT.1

Summer vacation is a special case: determined by the Conference of Education Ministers of the Federal States. It lasts anywhere for six weeks and should be sometime between June 20 and September 15. However, the dates are planned so that summer vacation does not take place everywhere at the same time. (sge)

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