2019 WA school calendar – term dates and school holidays

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I’ve created a free WA school calendar to help you track term dates, school holidays, public holidays and more. It’s particularly helpful for tracking the ‘week’ references that schools insist on making. Where else does everyone refer to “week 1” and “week 2” rather than an actual date? Ah, school life, huh?

Free WA school calendar

This WA school calendar is free for you to download. Just click on the image below and a pdf will pop up for you to save to your computer and print.

Free school calendar - click to download

Click on the image to download the pdf WA school calendar

I print our school calendar and keep this month plus the next two upcoming months on our kitchen wall. It’s a great way to streamline family organising.

School holidays at a glance

You can spot straightaway when school is in or out: grey is a holiday, white means school is in. Not the weekends, obviously. I didn’t grey them out because I’d rather save that for long weekends, so we can see at a glance when the family gets a mini break.

Track each family member

The WA school calendar has space for each family member and you can see the whole month on one sheet. Just write the name of each family member at the top and track their individual schedule. We are a family of five, so I use the sixth box to put ‘whole family’ events in – but you might need it for an extra kid. Apologies if you have more than four kids… but just print another page and you’re good to go!

Help us keep track!

Let me know if you spot any errors in the WA school calendar. I don’t actually live in Western Australia, so I’m just winging it.

I hope you find this school calendar helpful. Okay, no more excuses: 2019 is the year we finally keep on top of the whole school thing!

Find other states here.

Written by Bron Maxabella

Bron is the founder of Mumlyfe and is so happy to welcome you here. Bron has been writing in the Australian parenting space as Maxabella for more than seven years and is mum to three mostly happy kids and wife to one mostly happy husband. Mostly happy is a win, right?

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