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Education in England Синькова Н.В. МОСШ 1 г.Белоярский
Department for Education Department for Business, Innovation and Skills
Vocabulary feature черта educational system система образования compulsory обязательный term триместр to last длиться free of charge бесплатный primary начальный secondary средний Shrewsbury Sixth Form CollegeShrewsbury Sixth Form College inShropshireShropshire
Vocabulary further education дальнейшее образование national curriculum национальный, государственный учебный план assessment test тест проверки знании infant school школа для малышей (младшая начальная школа для детей от 5да7лет) junior school начальная школа (для детей от 7 до 11 лет) to attend посещать
Vocabulary state государственный intelligent умный, способный grammar school классическая школа (имеет академическую направленность) modern school современная школа (имеет практическую направленность) comprehensive school единая средняя (общеобразовательная) школа higher education высшее образование
General details Primary Languages EnglishLEnglish System type National Compulsory education 1880 Literacy Literacy Total 99 % Male 99 % Female 99 % St Barnabas Church of England Primary School, Oxford
Enrollment Total 11.7 million Primary 4.4 million Secondary 3.6 million Post secondary 3.7million
Attainment Secondary diploma Level 2 and above: 70.7%Level 2 and above Level 3 and above: 50.6%Level 3 and above Post-secondary diploma Level 4 and above: 30.9%Level 4 and above (2007 statistics for population aged 19-64)
The education system is divided into nursery (ages 3–4),nursery primary education (ages 4–11),primary education secondary education (ages 11–18) and tertiary education (ages 18+).secondary educationtertiary education Allerton High SchoolAllerton High School, a typical formersecondary modern school in Leeds, West Yorkshire.secondary modernLeedsWest Yorkshire
Key StagesKey Stages: Art & Design Citizenship Design & Technology Geography History Information & Communication Technology Modern Foreign Languages Music Physical Education
Primary and secondary education The school year begins on 1 September (or 1 August if a term starts in August). Education is compulsory for all children from their fifth birthday to the last Friday in June of the school year in which they turn 16. This will be raised, in 2013, to the year in which they turn 17 and, in 2015, to their 18th birthday.
Education is compulsory from 5 to 16. The academic year usually begins in September and runs to early July; it has 3 terms, divided by the Christmas and Easten holidays. In addition, all schools have a half-term holiday lasting a few days or a week, in the middle of each term. Compulsory education is free of charge, but parents may spend money on educating their children if they want to.
At the age of 5 children go to infant school which is the first stage of primary education. From 7 to 10 they attend junior schools, the second stage of primary education. In primary school children arc taught the so-called 3R's: reading, writing and arithmetic.
At the age of 11 children enter the secondary school. There are three types of state secondary schools in Britain. They are: grammar schools (for the most intelligent children), modern schools (for the less intelligent children) and comprehensive schools (for children of all abilities). The regular secondary schools offer 7 years of schooling, with students from 11 to 18 years of age.
The last two years (16-18) may be spent in a separate sixth-form college, which concentrates on career training. Between the ages of 14 and 16 pupils study for their GCSE (General Certificate of Secondary Education) exams. Pupils must take English Language, Maths and Science for GCSE, as well as half GCSE in a foreign language and Technology. In addition, they must also be taught Physical Education, Religious Education and Sex Education, although they do not take exams in these subjects
Those who get good GCSE grades can stay at their school for another two years if it has a sixth form and teaches the desired subjects, and then take A-level (Advanced Level) exams. Otherwise they have to leave their school and go to a sixth-form college or college of further education. Further education colleges have strong ties with commerce and industry and offer courses in engineering. cooking or hairdressing
The GCE A-level is normally taken after a further two years of study. Good A-level results in at least 2 subjects are necessary to get a place at a university. Universities choose their students after interviews. There are about 100 universities in Britain. The most famous of them are Oxford and Cambridge Universities
About seven per cent of students go to private schools, where parents have to pay for their children. The most expensive private schools are called public schools. Most of these are single-sex boarding schools and students can live there during term time.
Independent schools Approximately 7% of school children in England attend privately run independent schools, commonly called "private schools", whilst private sixth forms are attended by around 18% of students. Independent schools do not have to follow the National Curriculum, and their teachers are not required or regulated by law to have official teaching qualifications. Some of the earliest established independent schools are known for historical reasons as "public schools".independent schoolspublic schools
Education at independent schools is usually chargeable. Such schools, some of which are boarding schools, cover primary and/or secondary education and charge between £2,500 and £30,000 per year. Some schools offer scholarships for those with particular skills or aptitudes, or bursaries to allow students from less financially well-off families to attend.boarding schoolsbursaries
Traditionally, many private schools have been single-sex, but a growing number are now co-educational (mixed-sex). Traditional public schools such as Radley, Winchester, Eton and Harrow RadleyWinchesterEtonHarrow take boys at 13 years of age. Many students must pass the Common Entrance Exam at 11 or 13 to gain entry into highly selective schools.Common Entrance Exam
Answer the questions 1. At what age do children start school in Britain? 2. Is secondary education compulsory for all children? 3. What types of school are there in Britain? 4. What types of schools does primary school include? 5. How long does a pupil learn at primary school? 6. What kind of school is a comprehensive school?
Answer the questions 7. How long does a pupil learn at secondary school? 8. When do pupils graduate from school? 9. What can they do after leaving secondary school? Can they continue their education? 10. What type of education is there after school? 11. What schools are called "public schools"?
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