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School Types

system in England is divided into three stages: Pre-compulsory, compulsory and post-compulsory. Compulsory education is broken down into 4 phases known as ‘key stages’. All teaching during the key stages is based on the National Curriculum; however schools in the independent sector may choose whether or not to follow this. (Tutorial, Laser Learning Ltd 2010, 17/01/2012, http://stonebridge.laserlearning.org/TCC_Template_1.aspx?ur=100429&ln=TDA32-1.1) Also, full-time education is compulsory for all...

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unit 205 Schools as organisations

State schools are run by the local authority, children can start school from the age of 4 years to 17 years old, those schools are free they are funded by the local authority and taxes. There are four types of state schools which are funded by the local authorities : Community schools Foundations and Trust schools Voluntary schools Specialist schools Independent schools Academies Free schools Each key stage consist on a range of school Years, there are many within the key stage Early...

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Types of schools

different types of schools in relation to educational stages and school governance From the information in the session, fully describe the characteristics of each of the following types of schools in relation to educational stages and school governance : 1. Community Schools Run by LA’s who own both the land and buildings and are responsible for employing the staff. The LA decides the schools’ admissions criteria for the allocation of places should the school be oversubscribed...

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Types Of School

children in England are entitled to a free place at school from the age of 4 until they are 16 although the law was changed in 2008. The new law states that young people, until the age of 18 if they were born on or after 1st September 1997, must stay in either: Full time education Training schemes such as apprenticeships Part time education or training as well as part time work whether that be paid or voluntary There are many different types of schools across England. Each with different working practises...

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Types Of State And Independent Schools

1. Types of State and Independent Schools State schools are open to all children from 5 to 17 years of age and they are free as they are funded by the Government. On the other hand Independent Schools, also known as private schools, charge money. They don’t depend on the local government for financing but they are funded by donations. 1.1 The four main types of State schools are: Community Schools – also known as formerly county schools. The LEA employs the schools staff, owns the schools land...

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Types of State and Independent Schools

TYPES OF STATE AND INDEPENDENT SCHOOLS STATE SCHOOLS:- State schools are owned by government and its free.These schools are inspected by Ofsted. There are some types of state schools. 1.NURSERY SCHOOLS:- This is early age of education Year 3 to 4.These schools are owned by Local Authority and funded by government.These schools are inspected by Ofsted.For example lea nursery. 2.PRIMARY SCHOOLS:- ...

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Types Of Curriculum Operating In Schools

TYPES OF CURRICULUM OPERATING IN SCHOOLS Types of curriculum Operating in schools From the various concepts given, Allan Glatthorn (2000) describes seven types of curriculum operating in the schools. These are:  Recommended curriculum – proposed by scholars and professional organizations.  Written curriculum – appears in school, district, division or country documents.  Taught curriculum – what teachers implement or deliver in the classrooms Types of curriculum Operating in schools   ...

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Schools as Organisations 2.5

1 Different Types Of Schools 1.1 State Schools. Voluntary aided, Voluntary Controlled, Community Schools, Trust Schools, Foundation School. Independent Schools. Specialist Schools, Independent Schools, Academes, Free Schools. 1.2 Voluntary Aided. A mainly religious or faith schools that can be of any religion, and people of any religion can attend these schools, they are run by a governing body and are partly funded by a governing body a charity and the local authority. Their admissions...

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TDA 3.2 Schools as organisations.

reaching school age. The early years education is based on learning through play following the EYFS (Early Years Foundation Stage ) framework. 1.3 Explain the characteristics of the different types of schools in relation to educational stage(s) and school governance. Community schools, Foundation and Trust schools, Voluntary schools, and Specialists schools are the four main types of schools in relation to educational stage(s) and school governance. These are known as maintained schools, they...

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Discipline: School Types

It doesn't take a lot of research to tell us that discipline in school is different today than it was in the 1950s. But it does take some investigation to find out why. Various studies have shown that students who act up in school express a variety of reasons for doing so: * Some think that teachers don't care about them. * Others don't want to be in school at all. * They don't consider goal setting and success in school important anymore. * Students are unaware that their adolescent...

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