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  • 1. THE EDUCATION AND ASSESSMENT SYSTEM IN POLAND ZESPÓŁ SZKÓŁ NR 2 RYBNIK , POLAND JOANNA LUBAŃSKA-PIELOCHThis project has been funded with support from the European Commission.This publication [communication] reflects the views only of the author, and theCommission cannot be held responsible for any use which may be made ofthe information contained therein.
  • 2. Studies Post Lyceum Matura School Suplementary Lyceum Specialised LyceumVocational Stream Academic Profile Vocational School Examination GYMNASIUM Competence test PRIMARY SCHOOL Preparing to school education
  • 3. DECISION MAKING IN EDUCATIONTHE MINISTRY OF EDUCATION SCHOOLS DECISION ON THE SCHOOL SET OF CORE CURRICULUM FOR CURRICULA AND THE CHOICE OF ALL SUBJECTS AND TEXTBOOKS EDUCATIONAL PATHS APPROVAL OF CURRICULA AND FORM OF ON-GOING TEXTBOOKS ASSESSMENT AND STUDENTS’ EVALUATION THE ATTAINMENT STANDARDS FOR EXAMS
  • 4. CORE CURRICULUMPrepared for each educational level and educational activity(subjects and educational paths)Ensures continuity of education between subsequent levels(common features for all levels)Common structure for each educational activity:- educational aims- tasks of the school- contents- pupils’ achievements (basis for the attainment standards)Basis for writers of curricula and textbooks
  • 5. CORE CURRICULUM AND THE ASSESSMENT SYSTEM CORE CURRICULUM Internal assessment External assessment Curricula - the idea of the exam - examination requirements- the school assessment system- educational requirements for - exam papers and tasksindividual subjects- school grades results
  • 6. External assesment systemCompetnce Test Gymnasium exam Matura exam Vocational exam
  • 7. External exams system Matura Vocational examLyceum Technical school Vocational school Gymnasium exam Gymnasium Competence test Primary school
  • 8. UPPER POST SECONDARY EDUCATION Lyceum (general education academic profile)Specialised lyceum Supplementary Types of lyceum schoolsTechnical secondary school Supplementary Technical Secondary School Post lyceum school Basic vocational school
  • 9. Lyceum (upper secondary school)Admission: based on school criteria (gymnasium exam results essential)Age of students: 16-19Final exam: a standarised exam in the last grade MATURAlThe most common type of school at this levellAcademic profilelPreparation for the matura exam and academic studies as prioritylTwo foreign languages obligatory
  • 10. PRIMARY SCHOOLAdmission: based only on ageAge of students: 7-13Final exam: a competance test in the last grade
  • 11. Gymnasium (Lower secondary school)Admission: primary school leaving certificate necessaryAge of students: 14-16Final exam: a standardised exam in the last gradel A compulsory, non-specialised school providing general educationl Subject-based teaching (including educational paths)l One foreign language obligatory ( in our school also second language german / french)lThe main task is to identify the abilities and interests of the pupilsl ensure a rational choice of their further educational routel(general education or vocational training)
  • 12. GYMNASIUM EXAMlScience examlArts examlForeign language exam
  • 13. COMPETENCE TESTlTested skills:lWritinglUsing informationlReadinglReasoninglPractical application of acquired knowledge