L3 Support Teaching and Learning
Name: Reg.No Unit 6 Outcome 1 AC 1.2, 1.3
Use the chart below to outline the characteristics of the different types of schools in relation to school governance and educational stages. Include curriculum frameworks and post 16 options for young people and adults. School Classification
This can be nursery, primary, special, secondary or Grammar schools, Which are controlled by a Board Of Governors and Employing Authorities (ELBS). All these schools are funded by the five ELBs through the schools Board of Governors. Primary and secondary schools consist of transferors which are mainly the protestant churches, and representatives of parents, teachers and ELBs. Nursery, grammar and special school Boards of Governors consist of parents, teachers and ELB representatives along with DE governors.
Maintained schools are under the management of the Board of Governors and the Employing Authority is the Council for Catholic Maintained Schools (CCMS). These schools are nursery, primary, special and secondary. Voluntary maintained schools are managed by Boards of Governors nominated by trustees, who are mainly roman catholic along with parents, teachers and ELB representatives.
Voluntary non- maintained are funded by central government via the local authority, and do not charge fees to students. This means that they are a kind of maintained school. Pupils attending a non-maintained school follow the National Curriculum. A charitable foundation usually owns the land and building where the schools are situated. The Local Education Authority employs the school's staff and has primary responsibility for the school's admission arrangements.
This is both a protestant and catholic school. They want to help improve their understanding of one another, cultures, religions and...
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