Frinton on sea 2011 sistema educativoPresentation Transcript
EDUCATION SYSTEM FRINTON ON SEA
IN SPAIN: IN ENGLAND: The school year begins on 1 September. Education is compulsory for all children from their fifth birthday to the last Friday in June of the school year in which they turn 16. Theschoolyearbeginson 1 Septemberand finisheson 24 June. Thehigh-schoolbeginson 15 September and finisheson 24 June. WHEN START THE SCHOOL?
IN ENGLAND: Education in England is overseen by the Department for Education and the Department for Business, Innovation and Skills. Full-time education is compulsory for all children aged between 5 and 16 (inclusive). EDUCATION
IN SPAIN: The current system of education in Spain is known as LOE (LeyOrgánica de Educación), or Fundamental Law of Education. State education in Spain is free and compulsory education lasts from 6 to 16 years of age. EDUCATION
LEVELS OF EDUCATION IN SPAIN: In Spain below Higher Education the system can be seen as consisting of four levels:Pre-school from 3 to 6 years of age. Before they go to pre-school, they can go to the nursery school.Primary School it’ssix years schooling from 6 to 12 years of age.Compulsory Secondary Education four years of schooling - 12 to 16 years of age.Post-Compulsory Schooling two years of schooling - 16 to 18 years of age.Primary School and Compulsory Secondary School are obligatory schooling.
LEVELS OF EDUCATION IN ENGLAND: Pre-school from students 4 to 5 years of age. Secondary Education. This education isn’t obligatory. The students can make courses. The students who will study in the University, they can choose the subjects to prepare the HigherlevelorAdvancedSupplementary In England, Pre-school is obligatory schooling.
IN ENGLAND: IN SPAIN: Students normally enter University from 18 onwards and study for an Academic Degree. The typical first degree offered at British universities is the Bachelor's degree. Many institutions now offer an undergraduate Master's degree as a first degree, lasting four years. During a first degree students are known as undergraduates. Students who have finished their Post-Compulsory Schooling (Bachillerato) they can take their University Entrance Exam and enter to the University. Students who don’t want study, then of the Compulsory Secondary Education they can start to work. HIGHER EDUCATION:
INDEPENDIENT SCHOOLS IN ENGLAND: Approximately 7% of English schoolchildren attend privately-run independent schools.Education at independent schools is usually chargeable. Such schools, some of which are boarding schools, cover primary and/or secondary education and charge between £2500 and £30000 per year. Some schools offer scholarships.Traditionally many private schools are single-sex, but a growing number now are co-educational. A minority of state-funded schools are faith schools, which are attached to religious groups.
OPINION ABOUT OUR COUNTRIES: In our opinion, the education in both of the countries are very similar; the ages, and the levels are the same.Despite of that, we think that the education system of England is more strict than in Spain. For example, the students call their teachers for Mrs. And Mr. and almost all of them wear school uniform. On the contrary in Spain we call teachers for their names and we hardly ever wear school uniform.In England there is more free of choosing on time to choose our subjects and in Spain there is the same subjects for all the students.England has very important universities, like, for instance, Oxford and Cambridge.Spain has also some important universities, like the university of Salamanca.
Lucía María Ramos Palacios Marina Castro Albertos Elena Mayolín Gil