Differences between Scottish and Spanish Education Systems

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Presentation about the differences between the Scottish and the Spanish education systems by B2-2 students Cristina Valenzuela, Marisi Morales and Africa Bergillos at the EOI Fuengirola.

Presentation about the differences between the Scottish and the Spanish education systems by B2-2 students Cristina Valenzuela, Marisi Morales and Africa Bergillos at the EOI Fuengirola.

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  • 1. 1696 The First National Education System 1872 Compulsory (5 – 14) Nowadays Compulsory (5 – 16/18) SECONDARY UNIVERSITY•From 5 to 12 SCHOOL •Any subject •Another Nactional Exam•Seven years •From 12 to 16 •It depends on the •Four years mark, they get in their •Standard Grade Exams Higher •Three different levels (Credit, General, Foundation) PRIMARY HIGHERS SCHOOL
  • 2. TYPES OF SCHOOLS STATE SCHOOLS PRIVATE SCHOOLS 4% 96%THE MAJORITY OF CHILDRENGO TO STATE SCHOOLS
  • 3. STAGES SPANISH SYSTEM  SCOTTISH SYSTEM  Nursery (3-4,5/5,5)  Infant School (3-5/6)  Primary School (4,5/5,5-12)  Primary School (6-12)  Secundary School (12-16)  Secundary School (12-16)  Highers (16-18)  Baccalaureate (16-18)  Scottish Vocational  Vocational training courses Qualifications (SVQs) (intermediate and higher level)  University (4 years)  University (4 years) Compulsory studies Not compulsory studies
  • 4. SCHEDULES •School Starts: 9:00am •Morning BreaK: 11:00am-11:30 amSPANISH •School Ends: 14:00 pmSYSTEM •School Starts: 9:00am •Morning BreaK: 11:00am-11:30 am •Lunch Time: 12:00am-13:00pmSCOTTISH •Afternoon Break: 14:15pm-14:45pm SYSTEM •School Ends: 15:30 pm
  • 5. SCHOOL DAYS PER YEAR • 180 days in PrimarySPANISH • 175 days in SecondarySYSTEM • 180 Days in PrimarySCOTISH and Secundary SYSTEM
  • 6. DIFFERENCES • Children attend Primary School for sixSPANISHSYSTEM years • Children attend Primary School forSCOTTISH SYSTEM seven years
  • 7. DIFFERENCES • After SecSchool they get the Secondary CertificateSPANISH • They have to pass internal examsondarySYSTEM • To get the Standard Grade Certificate, they have to passSCOTTISH national exams which are marked by people that children don’t know SYSTEM
  • 8. DIFFERENCES • Students with dificulties can attend easier courses in third and fourth ofSPANISH Secondary, but the certificate they obtain is the same at the endSYSTEM • Standard Grade are divided intoSCOTTISH three different levels SYSTEM
  • 9. DIFFERENCES • Only those who want to access to University afterSPANISH Bachillerato must do theSYSTEM National Exams (SATs) • When they finish Highers theySCOTTISH have another National Exam SYSTEM
  • 10. DIFFERENCES • Students must do the two courses of Bachillerato ifSPANISH they want to go to UniversitySYSTEM • Students can go to University at the end of theSCOTTISH first year of Highers SYSTEM