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The education system in Great Britain

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Алексеева А.И., учитель английского языка МОУ СОШ ?47, г.Рязань
? ?that is what learning is. You suddenly understand
something you have understood all you life, but in a
new way.
Doris Lessing
? Learning without thought is labour lost; thought
without learning is perilous.
Confucius 551-479BC
? For every person wishing to teach there are thirty not
wanting to be taught.
W. C.Sellar 1898-195
? Education made us what we are.
Helvetius 1715-1771
Exams
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Stages
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Education system
Pre-school ?education
Primary school
Secondary school
Division(s)
Nursery school
Kindergarten
A reception class
Comprehensive school
Grammar school
Infant school
Junior schoolState school
Private school
Independent school
Boarding school
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Compulsory
Ordinary
Optional
To start school
To leave school at 16
To graduate from school
To stay at primary school
To enter a secondary school
To accept children of all abilities
Entrance examinations
To pass a selection test to get in
To continue education ( studies)
GCSE ?general certificate of secondary
education(O-level exam)
?A? level exam (advanced level)
State schools
Modern
secondary
schools
Comprehensive
schools
Grammar
schools
Private schools
Boarding schools
Public schools
EXAMS
EXAMS
EXAMS
EXAMS
EXAMS
EXAMS
State secondary schools are for children aged 11-16 fall into
All state schools in Britain are free, and schools provide their
93%
of secondary
childrenmodern,
attendgrammar
state schools.
three main
types:
and
pupils with books and equipment for their studies.
comprehensive.
Comprehensive
schools are schools
which
take
The comprehensive
system
aims
children
of all abilities
so there
entrance
to develop
the gifts
of are
all no
children
exams.
to the full.
Schoolmasters
About 4% ofand
students
Grammar
schools
offer
mistresses
of Grammar
Children
have
to
attend ?grammar
schools
wear academic
a mainly
academic
schools?,
which
they
pass
a
selection
test
gowns
and
academic
caps
,
education for the 11 to
enter to
at age
11
on
thea
children
wear
uniform
with
get
in
.
18 age group
school
basisbadge
of their abilities.
Secondary modern schools
concentrate on practical work:
metal and woodwork,
domestic science and
cooking. The children leave
school at 15 with a certificate
of written evidence of their
studies.
Private schools in Britain and Wales are very expensive and they
are attended by about 5% of the school population.
The education in public schools is of high quality, the discipline is
very strict. Most of private schools are either for boys or girls.
Private schools are famous not only for their perfect education
but also for the right friends and contacts which are useful and
successful future.
In some British schools uniform are worn by all the pupils, in
others the children can wear what they want to. Some public
schools in Britain, such as Eton, have uniforms based on what
was worn over a hundred years ago.
Some private schools are very famous such as Eton, Harrow,
Rugby and Winchester.
Harrow school is famous as the place where Winston Churchill
was educated, as well as six other Prime Ministers of Great
Some of
them
areLord
:
Britain,
the
poet
Byron and many other prominent people.
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Class
School
Age
Nursery school
or kindergarten
3
4
Reception class
Year1
Infant school
Primary school
5
6
Year2
Year3
Year4
Year5
year6
Junior school
Primary school
7
8
9
10
11
Primary school
Year7
Year8
Year9
Year10
Year11
Secondary school
12
13
14
15
16
Year12
Year 13
Sixth form
17
18
At the age of 11 students pass the Eleven ?Plus
examination of three papers : English, Arithmetic
and Intelligent Test
At the age of 16, pupils take their GCSE
exams called ?O-levels?. (English, French,
Math or GNVQ _ General National Vocational
Qualifications ?design, business and tourism)
Those who get good grades can
? stay on at school
? go into the sixth form or a six form college
Thus children can prepare for a national exam
called ?A-level?(Advanced Level) at 18.
A person needs ?A level? to enter a university.
If a pupil doesn?t make good grades at
GCSE exams he/she can leave school
and?
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Go to a college of further education
Get a job
Do voluntary work
Travel and work abroad
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? 2.Agree or disagree with a statement.
? 3. If your answer is right , you can
cover the number on your card.
? 4.Be attentive!
All state schools
in Britain are
free
State schools do
not provide their
pupils with books
and equipment for
their studies
Children under 5
years have to go
to school
Education in
Britain is
compulsory
from 5-16 years
Children start
primary school
at 10
Primary schools
have no
divisions
At 11 most
pupils go to
secondary
schools
Grammar
schools take
children of all
abilities
Private schools
are not very
expensive
GCSE exam was
introduced for
18 year-olds
A lot of students
attend grammar
schools
?A? level is
necessary for
University
entrance
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