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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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  • Categories of Different Types of School

    Work in Schools Categories of Different Types of School I will identify and describe the characteristics of six different types of state and independent school below and outline the way in which these schools are managed‚ the ages of the children they deal with and the curriculum that they are required to follow. Community schools In a community school:- the local education authority owns the land and buildings‚ but the governing body is responsible for running the school the

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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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  • The Different Types of Schools in Relation to Educational Stages and School Governance.

    The different types of schools in relation to educational stages and school governance. The four main types of mainstream state schools that are funded by local authority are known as maintained schools. All children in England between the ages of five and 16 are entitled to a free place at a state school. Most go to state schools. Children normally start primary school at the age of four or five‚ but many schools now have a reception year for four year olds. Children normally leave at the age

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  • uk school types

    Private schools Private schools (also known as ‘independent schools’) charge fees to attend instead of being funded by the government. Pupils don’t have to follow the national curriculum. All private schools must be registered with the government and are inspected regularly. State boarding schools State boarding schools provide free education but charge fees for boarding. Some state boarding schools are run by local councils‚ and some are run as academies or free schools. State boarding

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  • The Characteristics of the Different Types of Schools in Relation to Educational Stage(S) and School Governance

    England between the ages of five and 16 are entitled to a free place at a state school. Most go to state schools. Children normally start primary school at the age of four or five‚ but many schools now have a reception year for four year olds. Children normally leave at the age of 11‚ moving on to secondary school. Most state schools admit both boys and girls‚ though some are single-sex. The four main types of state school all receive funding from local authorities. They all follow the National Curriculum

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  • different types of schools

    Task A Types of Schools 1. Academies Pupils who are aged 11 to 18 attend academies. In order to be admitted students have to pass an entrance exam. Academies teach students the core subjects and they specialise in one or two subject areas. Academies are financed directly from government and not by local council and they are run by an academy trust and not by the local council. Some academies have sponsors such as businesses and they are responsible for improving the performance of the academy

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  • Explain the characteristics of the different types of schools in relation to educational stage s and school governance

    the different types of schools in relation to educational stage(s) and school governance There are three different categories of schools that exist to provide education. These categories are Maintained Schools‚ Independent Schools and Academies. Each category of school has its variations in how they are governed and the educational stages they cover. Firstly‚ there are the Maintained Schools which are funded by the Local Authority in which they are located. All Maintained Schools must follow the

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  • Explain the Characteristics of the Different Types of Schools in Relation to Educational Stage(S) and School Governance.

    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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