uk education system levels

uk education system levels

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References:

http://www.goodschoolsguide.co.uk/choosing-a-school/the-british-system
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school age uk

school age uk

Children must stay in full-time education until they reach school leaving age.
Contact the local council or school to ask for your child to start later. They’ll decide if your child should start in reception year or year 1, based on what’s in the best interests of your child.

If you are planning to delay your child’s start date until later in the school year, you must still apply for a place in the relevant admission round.
You can find more information in the primary education in Essex booklet.

Your parents, by law, must make sure that you are in full-time education from the term after your fifth birthday. This is called compulsory school age. From this age, you must either be in school or receive home education.
However, many children receive education from the age of 3 or 4 by attending a nursery group, playgroup or the nursery or reception class of a Primary School. It will be the choice of your parents whether you go to school before the age of 5.

References:

http://www.essex.gov.uk/starting-school
http://lawstuff.org.uk/education/when-do-i-have-to-go-to-school/
http://www.gov.uk/schools-admissions/school-starting-age

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school years and ages uk

school years and ages uk

Children must stay in full-time education until they reach school leaving age.
For example, if your child reaches compulsory school age on 31 March, they must start full-time education at the beginning of the next term (summer term that year).

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Equivalent UK Class Groups
KG3 (Senior Infants)

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References:

http://www.goodschoolsguide.co.uk/choosing-a-school/independent-schools/uk-independent-schools-explained
http://www.rathdownschool.ie/Class-Ages/
http://schoolreadinglist.co.uk/
http://www.gov.uk/schools-admissions/school-starting-age

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educatin

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References:

http://www.blastanalytics.com/education

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types of education

types of education

Regarding ownership, as prescribed in Article 44 of Vietnam’s Education Law, there are four types of educational establishments:
Public education establishments: established and monitored by the State. The State also nominates their administrators and decides staff quota. The State invests in infrastructure and allocates funding for their regular spending tasks.
Semi-public educational establishments: set up by the State on the basis of mobilizing organizations and individuals in the society to jointly invest in infrastructure.
People-founded educational establishments: Social or economic organizations apply for permission from the State to set up an institution with non-State budget capital.
Private educational establishments: Individuals or groups of individuals apply for permission from the State to set up and invest in the institution by themselves.
The semi-public, people-founded and private educational establishments are referred collectively to as non-public educational establishments.

Remedial activities allow students who do not meet all the admission requirements for college to acquire the knowledge they lack which is considered essential for pursuing their college studies.
Colleges may also offer other types of training, designed to respond to the diverse interests of the general public or the specific needs of businesses.

References:

http://www.education.gouv.qc.ca/en/contenus-communs/enseignement-superieur/college-education/other-types-of-education-and-training/
http://www.apple.com/education/k12/

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