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Slides Presentation:United Kingdom Educational System

  1. 1. Have a look this video!
  2. 2. Prepared By, Noor Azreen Jalaludin UB( 2013557299) Prepared For, Prof. Madya Chan Yuen Fook POLICY AND EDUCATIONAL PLANNING ( EDM704 ) System
  3. 3. Allerton High School, King Lane, England
  4. 4. St Barnabas Church of England Primary School, Oxford
  5. 5. Cardiff University, Wales
  6. 6. Sample of Examinations Papers & Books Endorsed by: Ex: Nobel International School *has been implementing this system" "
  7. 7.  The United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland ,commonly known as the United Kingdom, the UK or Britain.  Consists of four countries: England, Northern Ireland, Scotland and Wales.  The UK is a unitary state governed under constitutional monarchy and a parliamentary system, with its seat of government in a capital city of London.
  8. 8. Source:http://www.education.gov.uk "Our vision is for a highly educated society in which opportunity is more equal for children and young people no matter what their background for family circumstances"
  9. 9. Introduction:- • Education in United Kingdom is supervised by Ministry of Education and Department for Business, Innovation and Skills • At the local level, local Government are responsible for implementing policy for public education and state schools • State provided free education to students • Parents can choose to educate their children in any way appropriate. Video: I want to be taller
  10. 10. National Curriculum What is a National Curriculum "A national curriculum sets out the body of knowledge, skills and understanding that a society wishes to pass on to its children and young people" Source : National Curriculum Fourth Report of session 2008-09 Volume 1.
  11. 11. cont.. • UK introduced a National Curriculum in the year 1992 • Full Time education is compulsory for all children age between 5 to 16 years -old. • General Certificate of Secondary Education (GCSE )- 16 years old. • After GCSE go to A Level Qualification
  12. 12. Basic Education • comprising of subjects like English, Mathematics, Science, Design&Technology, Information&Communication Technology, History,Geography, Modern Foreign Language,Music,Art&Design, Physical Education and Citizenship Example : core subjects
  13. 13. Addition subjects • in addition to these core subjects:  Religious Education  Career Education  Sex Education - Religious Education - Character Transformation - Mandarin - France Language (Implemented by Secondary School)
  14. 14. Educational Policy
  15. 15. Educational Policy 1. The Early Years Foundation Stage (EYFS) 2. Primary Education 3. Secondary Education 4. General Certificate of Secondary Education (GCSE) Examination 5. Further Education 6. Higher Education in UK 7. Recent Developments
  16. 16. Educational Policy The Early Years Foundation Stage (EYFS): • ages 3-5 years old (Nursery & Acceptance) Four Stages: England, Wales, and Northern Ireland • Key Stage 1 – 5 to 7 years old (year 1-2) • Key Stage 2 – 7 to 11 years old (year 3-6) • Key Stage 3 – 11 to 14 years old (year 7-9) • Key Stage 4 – 14 to 16 years old (year 10-11) Scotland • 7 years of primary schooling • 4 years of compulsory schooling • by the age of 15 to 16 take the Scottish Certificate of Education (SCE)- usually in 7-9 subjects only.
  17. 17. 1. The Early Years Foundation Stage (EYFS) • a term defined in Section 39 of the British government's Childcare Act 2006 • Covering ages 3 -5 • 3 years old (Nursery) – may be full-time or part-time • 4 years old (Acceptance) • play & learning • Literacy & numeracy
  18. 18. 2. Primary Education: Stage 1 & 2 • Children attend primary school for 6 years, from the age of 5 to 11, comprising of Key Stages 1 and 2. • The primary school may be housed in a single building with two departments: 1) Infants (5-7) – Stage 1 2) Juniors (7-11)- Stage 2 • Stage 1- School are required to assess pupils via internal teacher assessment, informed by (internally-marked) task and tests • Stage 2- Pupils are assessed via combination of internal teacher assessment and externally marked statutory national tests
  19. 19. 3. Secondary Education: Stage 3 & 4 • After the children are done with the primary schooling, they begin secondary school for 5 years • from the age of 11 to 14 (Stage 3) • from the age of 14 – 16 (Stage 4) • In secondary schooling, the promotion to a higher class doesn’t depend upon the result of the examination but is automatic. • Stage 3 - via internal teacher assessment only. There is currently an external review of testing and assessment at the end of Stage 2 • Stage 4 - Pupils take externally set public examinations (the General Certificate of Secondary Education) 5 YEARS
  20. 20. 4. General Certificate of Secondary Education (GCSE) Examination: • After a student is done with 5 years of secondary education, he/she is required to appear in the GCSE examination • It is a single subject examination set and marked by independent education boards. • Although there is no lower or upper limit to the number of subjects, a student may choose up to ten GCSE examinations in different subjects, including mathematics and English language
  21. 21. 5. Further Education: 17-18 years old • After taking the GCSE examinations, students may choose to leave secondary schooling altogether or may choose to either continue: - General National Vocational Qualification (GNVQ) and - Business & Technology Education Council (BTEC) or - pursue Advance Level of secondary education • followed by an examination at the end of 2 years of studying, passing, which makes the student eligible for University Entrance in UK.
  22. 22. 6. StructureHigher Education in UK: • Students in the United Kingdom normally enter University when they are 18 years old, 7 years after starting their secondary education. 4 Years 3 Years 2 Years
  23. 23. Undergraduate Courses: • A bachelor’s degree in England, Wales, and Northern Ireland is usually of 3 years at a university or a higher education college, • whereas in Scotland it takes 4 years to complete. • However, there are also 4 year degrees in England, Wales, and Northern Island - that have 1 year dedicated to gaining of work experience.
  24. 24. Postgraduate Courses: • Only after successful completion of the undergraduate course are students eligible for applying for the postgraduate course, • which are usually 1 or 2 years in duration
  25. 25. Doctorate Programs: • These programs generally require a bachelor’s degree or master’s degree as eligibility fulfillment and usually are of duration from 3 years to 5 years at a university where students are required to work on single research project or dissertation.
  26. 26. 7. Recent Developments: • National plan for music education • ICT curriculum • New Primary Curriculum to bring higher standards in English, maths and science • Government bans calculators in tests for 11- year-olds • 55 new Free Schools open in September 2012 – twice as many as this time last year
  27. 27. USA and UK School Systems explained • In Shropshire, where we moved from, the school year was split into 3 terms: • September to Christmas/New Year holidays in December, • January to Easter holidays around March/April, • then from Easter holidays to July In Chandler, Phoenix, where we live now, the school year is split into 4 quarters: July to end of September (followed by 1st intercession or 'Fall Break') October to end of December (followed by 2nd intercession for 'The Holidays') January to mid-March (followed by 3rd intercession or 'Spring Break') April to last day of school on June 1st
  28. 28. CONCLUSION:
  29. 29. • CONCLUSION: Personal View Birmingham University Advantage : • Before GCSE: their have to sit a tests according to students' interests - teachers will determine whether a student will sit GCSE at a high level or not. • BUT, in Malaysia, student compulsory to sit SPM test • GCSE first national test in UK - Poor students will only be allowed to sit “foundation level” test –C is the highest grade for them - excellent students will sit “higher level” • GCSE - students have been exposed with “course work/assignment” concept, BUT in Malaysia, we only focusing on “Examination” concept. So, Malaysia should change the system – to produce students with critical thinking
  30. 30. REFRENCES: • http://en.wikipedia.org • http://www.education.gov.uk • http://slideshare.net//fernandobilingual/ education-in-uk-12561358 • http://slideshare.net//the system oldest universities of Great Britain
  31. 31. SESSION Thank You! SESSION

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