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STATE PRIVATE (PUBLIC) SCHOOLS SCHOOLS ( 90% ) (10 %) 3 stages of education: PRIMARY (5-11) SECONDARY (11-16) FURTHER (16-18)
INFANT SCHOOLS (5-7) JUNIOR SCHOOLS (7-11) MODERN SCHOOLS GRAMMAR SCHOOLS COMPREHENSIVE SCHOOLS
AUTUMN TERM (September- Christmas) SPRING TERM (January – Easter ) SUMMER TERM (Easter – June)
A lot of people think that school uniforms in England are for the children from rich families at the country’s best public schools. But it is not always true. In fact, uniforms first came to schools for the poor because they were cheaper. Today a lot of British schools have uniforms. SCHOOL TIE “To be true to your school tie” – «Быть верным своему школьному галстуку». Это означает, что и через много лет после окончания школы выпускники сохраняют верность своим школьным друзьям. Для выпускников престижных частных школ такой галстук является не только символом дружбы и взаимопомощи, но и пропуском в общество самых известных и влиятельных людей страны.
English schools offer a wide range of extracurricular activities ( school orchestra, music ensembles, sports, and etc. )
7 % of British schoolchildren go to the private schools. Parents pay for these schools. The most famous schools are called public schools and they have long history and traditions. Children of wealthy or aristocratic families often go to the same public schools as their parents and grandparents. The teachers of the private schools pay personal attention to each pupil. Boys and girls don’t study together at these schools. Eton College –the most famous English all boys public school.
COLLEGES Some 16 years pupils go to colleges of further education to study for more practical diplomas. 6th FORM COLLEGES They prepare pupils for a national exam called “A” level (advanced level) at 18. Children need “A” level to enter a university.
UNIVERSITIES COLLEGES POLYTECHNICS MAGISTRACY They accept students with A-levels from 18. The oldest and the most famous universities are Oxford and Cambridge.