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Introduction l The studying in England is very prestigious, interesting and popular all over Introduction l The studying in England is very prestigious, interesting and popular all over the world. Every year hundreds and thousands of students come to this place to get the best education. It is hard to find parents who don’t want to see their children as graduates of a British college or a University. And the aim of our project is to answer the question: l What is the secret of its popularity? Back

Advantages of studying in Great Britain l l l British certificates are considered to Advantages of studying in Great Britain l l l British certificates are considered to be the best and respected all over the world The quality of the British Education is very prestigious in the world The studying in Great Britain is cheaper than in other countries The studying in Great Britain allows you to learn to speak and think as Englishmen You can remember more reasons why people want to get education in Britain Back

Schooling • • • Compulsory schooling in England Wales lasts 11 years, from the Schooling • • • Compulsory schooling in England Wales lasts 11 years, from the age of 5 to 16. British schools have prayers and religious instruction. The National Curriculum which was introduced in 1988 sets out in detail the subject that children should study and the levels of achievement they should reach by the ages of 7, 11, 14, and 16, when they are tested. After the age of 16 a growing number of school students are staying on at school, some until 18 or 19, the age of entry into higher education in universities, Polytechnics or colleges. Next

Education in Britain class school age Nursery school playgroup 3 4 Reception school Year Education in Britain class school age Nursery school playgroup 3 4 Reception school Year 1 Infant school 5 6 Year 2 Year 3 Year 4 Year 5 Year 6 Junior school 7 8 9 10 11 Year 7 Year 8 Year 9 Year 10 Year 11 Secondary school 12 13 14 15 16 Year 12 Year 13 Sixth form college 17 18 First year Second year Third year University or Polytechnik 19 20 21 University 22 Back postgraduate

Primary Education Most children start school at 5 in a primary school. This school Primary Education Most children start school at 5 in a primary school. This school may be divided into 2 parts-infants and juniors. At infants school reading, writing and arithmetic are taught for about 20 minutes a day during the first year, gradually increasing to about 2 hours in their last year. At 7 children go to the junior school. The children have set periods of arithmetic. Reading and composition which are all Eleven-Plus subjects. History, Geography, Nature Study, Art and Music Physical Education, Swimming are also on the timetable. Back

Secondary Education l After the age of 11, most children go to comprehensive schools Secondary Education l After the age of 11, most children go to comprehensive schools of which the majority are for both boys and girls. l At 16 students in England Wales take GCE and O-levels which were usually passed by about 20 per cent of school students. l At 18 some students take A-level examinations, usually in 2 or 3 subjects. It’s necessary to have A-levels in order to go to university or Polytechnic. Back

Basic rules l l l 1. Appropriate school dress must de worn on all Basic rules l l l 1. Appropriate school dress must de worn on all school occasions. 2. Bicycles shall not be ridden In the school grounds. 3. Ball games may not be played in areas close to unprotected windows. 4. Radios and tape-recorders of any type must not be brought to school. 5. No pupil is allowed to smoke on the school premises or on school visits, or to bring cigarettes. l 6. Pupils must move about the corridors and staircases in an orderly manner; running in corridors and on staircases is forbidden. Back