• Teaching and Learning Support 3.2
    . Additionally there are now Academies which have usually been set up by sponsors but are now able to do so through community support. The have close links with the local education authority and have more freedom. 1.3 Explain the post-16 options for young people and adults. There are many Post-16...
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  • Tda 3.2
    young people and adults. There are a few post 16 options for young people and adults, going in to full or part time education in a school, sixth form or college. You can take up an apprenticeship or program led apprenticeship which includes working at a placement and attending training in a classroom based environment. Another option is to gain employment or to gain entrance to the forced e.g. Army, Navy...
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  • Schools as Organisations
    Schools as organisations Unit 302 Outcome 1 1.3) Explain the post 16 options for young people and adults. The opportunities for pupils aged 16 and over have traditionally been either to leave school and start employment, or to stay and continue with their education. Although many pupils do...
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  • Schools as Organisations 3.2
    . EXPLAIN THE POST 16 OPTIONS FOR YOUNG PEOPLE AND ADULTS Under new legislation the post 16 options have changed as young people now stay within an educational setting until they are 17 or 18 years of age, this includes schools/colleges and universities the exception to this being if they have an...
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  • Tda 3.2 the Structure of Education
    basis by the ISI (Independent Schools Inspectorate) Academies: Historically, Academies have been set up by sponsors from business. Academies have close links with the local education authority but are not maintained by it. ---------------------- Explain the post-16 options for young people...
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  • Schools as Organisations
    is an option of Home Schooling/education in UK and IOM for those who prefer to choose one. 1.3 Explain the post 16 options for young people and adults After taking GCSEs and moving into post-16 education, young people are required to make a number of choices about their career aspirations.  They...
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  • What is the structure of education from early years to post-compulsory education.
    options for young people and adults. a) The ‘early years’ is a government definition for the education of children from birth up to the age of five, which includes pre-school and the ‘reception’ year at primary school. All childcare providers except mother and toddler groups, nannies and short...
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  • Explain the Post 16 Options for Young People and Adults
    Explain the post 16 options for young people and adults Once a young person finishes year 11 they have different options available to them they can choose to go on to further education this can be either within the school in the sixth form or they could go to college. The qualifications that can...
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  • Eschools as Organisations Post 16 Options for Young People and Adults:
    1.2 Explain the post 16 options for young people and adults: - Once a young person has reached year 11 there are a number of choices to make about their future, this could be choosing a new course at school or college or entering employment and training. These options will give them a good base on...
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  • College
    16 options for young people and adults. There are a range of schools within my area including: Nursery schools – take on children from 2-3 months up to five years. Nurserys attatched to primary schools- take on children from three years. Primary/first school- starts in reception aged four, and...
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  • Miss
    characteristics of different types of schools in relation to educational stages and school governance as well as being able to explain the post-16 options for young people and adults. (1.1/1.2/1.3) Learners will understand how schools are organised in terms of roles and responsibilities. They...
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  • Schools as Organisations
    Department for Education. [ONLINE] Available at:http://www.education.gov.uk/schools/leadership/typesofschools. [Accessed 14 October 2011]. 1.3 Explain the post 16 options for young people and adults Traditionally 16 year olds, at the end of compulsory education, were faced with two main...
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  • Know the structure of education from early years to post-compulsory education.
    authority although have more freedom than state schools. Historically they were set up by sponsors, but form 2010 the government is giving more opportunities for communities to become involved in giving schools academy status. 1.c) Explain the post-16 options for young people and adults. Until...
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  • Schools as Organisations
    registered with the DfE (Department for Education) so they can be monitored on a regular basis usually by the ICS (Independent Schools Inspectorate). (Extracts taken from the STLD Handbook & www.directgov.co.uk) Explain the post -16 options for young people and adults....
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  • Schools as Organisations
    similar to voluntary-aided and foundation schools, in that the own the assets and the governing body employs staff and sets the admissions policy. 1.3 Explain the post 16 options for young people and adults. Compulsory education for young people in the UK ends at the age of 16. After this age...
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  • early years education
    school for older age groupseg infant and primary schools. Reception classes are run by a qualified teacher. 1.3 - Explain the post 16 options for young people and adults ...
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  • Education and Skills Bill
    help to think through post-16 options, personal social and health issues and career choices; an easy-to-access, innovative and independent ICT service through which young people can access national and local information from a variety of sources, including through an easily navigable website, online...
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  • NCFE Level 3 unit one
    schools. c) Explain the post 16 options for young people and adults. Due to the increased government focus on and funding of education for 14- 19 year olds, there are many options available for post 16’s. The government guarantees that by the end of September of...
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  • tda 3.2
    support services. The school trust and parent consultation meetings decide whether the school should become a trust school or not. Federation There are two types of federation schools:- Hard- have the same governing bodies - in 2 or more schools Soft- different. Explain the post-16 options for...
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  • Schools as Organisations
    the post 16 options for young people and adults | |1.1 The entitlement is for all children and funding from the government for 3 and four year...
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