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  • 1. Education in Estonia and in our school
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  • 4. The Estonian educational system
    • The Estonian educational system consists of state, municipal, public and private educational institutions:
    • preschool children’s institutions
    • kindergarten-primary schools
    • primary schools
    • basic schools
    • secondary schools (gümnaasium)
    • vocational educational institutions
    • professional higher schools
    • universities
    • further education institutions
    • hobby schools and other educational institutions.
  • 5.  
  • 6. Marking system
    • At basic and secondary schools the marking system ranges from one to five.
    • ‘ 5’ is ‘very good’
    • ‘ 4’ is ‘good’
    • ‘ 3’ is ‘satisfactory’
    • ‘ 2’ ‘unsatisfactory’ and
    • ‘ 1’ ‘failure’.
    • Universities and private schools of higher education often use their own marking systems.
  • 7. Changes in last year
    • As amount of students getting less – closeing of smaller schools
    • New curricula 2012 – 2014
    • Teachers profession is not so popular
    • Problems in society make more problems at school
    • Russian schools start some subjects teach in estonian
  • 8.  
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  • 10. Our school – Kiviõli 1. Secondary School
    • Enterprising education
    Opening childrens bookstore
  • 11.  
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  • 15. We are playing coffee
  • 16. Visiting museum to learn how to organize theater
  • 17. Most popular activities at school:
    • Fashion show
    • Michaelmas Days fair
    • Football – teachers and students
    • Teachers day
    • Citizens day (26.of November)
    • Shrove Tuesday
    • Mothers day etc