Saturday, 12 August 2017

Strategy: PHOTOS: What the first day of school looks like in 12 countries around the world

The first day back looks very different depending on where you live.

Many American students are gearing up for their first day back to school.

Many American students are gearing up for their first day back to school.

While the start of the school year differs by country, the first day back is normally a big day no matter where you're from. It's usually marked by excitement — or perhaps some dread if you don't want to give up your vacation — and a bit of fanfare.

Take a look below to see the first day of school in 12 countries around the world.

Belarus: Students perform during an event for the first day of school in Minsk.



France: Kids enter the primary school Jules Ferry in Fontenay-sous-Bois, near Paris.



Gaza Strip: Palestinian children sit inside a classroom on the first day of school at al-Shafi'i school in Gaza City.



Indonesia: Students wait for a train to pass as they make their journey home after attending the first day of kindergarten in Jakarta.



Japan: Children sit inside a classroom at Shimizu elementary school in Fukushima.



Lebanon: A teacher speaks to her students in a classroom on the first day of a new school term in Tripoli.



Malaysia: A student lays her head on the table during the first day of school in Kuala Lumpur.



Nicaragua: Students wait in line to enter to their classroom on the first day of school in Managua.



Philippines: Filipino students line up during the first day of school at the President Corazon C. Aquino Elementary School in suburb north of Manila.



Syria: A Syrian child inspects a book on his first day back to school in a suburb of Damascus.



Ukraine: First graders take part in a ceremony to mark the start of another school year in Kiev, the capital city of Ukraine.



United States: Students arrive for the first day back at a New York City high school.





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