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Sistema educativo español

  1. 1. Education in Spain Comenius project (2009-2011): Eco-schools towards a greener Europe IES “Las Canteras” Collado Villalba – Madrid (Spain)
  2. 2. FUNDAMENTAL PRINCIPLES • Improving the educational level of students, combining the quality of education with its equal distribution. • Sharing efforts between all the components of education system and society • Complying with the European Union educational aims
  3. 3. STRUCTURE • Pre-school: 0 to 5 years of age • Primary School: 6 to 11 years of age • Compulsory Secondary Education (ESO) : 12 to 15 years of age • Post-Compulsory Schooling (Bachillerato) 16 and 17 years of age
  4. 4. PRE-SCHOOL • 0 to 5 years of age • non-compulsory • it is followed by nearly all children • Aims – improve their logical and numerical skills – approach to a foreign language, IT and art&music.
  5. 5. PRIMARY SCHOOL • 6 to 11 years of age • three 2 year cycles • Comprehensive nature aimed at integration • Safeguarding diversity, • Diagnostic assessment at 4°course • New Learning Area at 3 cycle: Second Foreign Language and Citizenship and Human Rights Education
  6. 6. PRIMARY SCHOOL SUBJECTS • Natural, Social and Cultural Studies • Art Education • Physical Education • Spanish language and Literature • Foreign Language (English) • Maths • Second Foreign language • Citizenship and Human Rights Education • Religion Studies
  7. 7. COMPULSORY SECONDARY EDUCATION (ESO) • 12 to 15 years of age • two 2 year cycles • On satisfactory completion of compulsory secondary education a student is awarded the ESO diploma
  8. 8. UPON FINISHING ESO… • Spanish Baccalaureate (post-compulsory diploma) • Vocational Training • Work
  9. 9. Spanish Baccalaureate • Spanish Bachillerato is the post-16 stage of education • Comparable to the A Levels in the UK, the French Baccalaureate in France or the International Baccalaureate • There are two parts, a core curriculum with the compulsory subjects, and a specialist part with a few pre-selected branches to choose from
  10. 10. The core curriculum (Spanish Baccalaureate) • Spanish Language and Literature: 1st and 2nd years • Co-official language (in case of Catalan, Basque and Galician): 1st and 2nd years • First foreign language (English, French, German or Italian): 1st and 2nd years • Philosophy: 1st and 2nd years • Physical Education: Only 1st year • Spanish History: Only 2nd year • Optional subject (2nd foreign language, psychology, information technology and others): 1st and 2nd year • Catholic Religion/All World Religions Studies: Only 1st year (Optional)
  11. 11. The branches (Spanish Baccalaureate) • Arts • Nature and Health Sciences • Sciences & Engineering • Social Sciences • Humanities
  12. 12. Vocational Training • After the Spanish Baccalaureate or ESO • Types: – Middle Grade Training Cycles – Superior-level Training Cycles • Upon finishing vocational training – Some university grades – Work
  13. 13. Additional Extra Studies • Artistic Training • Languages Training • Sport Training
  14. 14. Schools categories in Spain • State schools • Privately run schools funded by the State • Purely private schools
  15. 15. School terms • Broadly similar to the English three term system • The English half-term holiday does not exist • The holidays are longer in the summer
  16. 16. General details • Ministry of Education: Ángel Gabilondo • Primary Languages: Spanish and other co- official languages in several regions, including Catalan, Euskera and Galician • System Type: Federal • Literacy 98.1%
  17. 17. Enrollment Enrollment Primary; 2479631; 42% Secondary; 1871430; 32% Post Secondary; 1566013; 26% Primary Secondary Post Secondary
  18. 18. Attainment
  19. 19. Schema of spanish education I
  20. 20. Schema of spanish education II
  21. 21. Any Questions?

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