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Your Education is worth what You are worth. Anon Private Education in Great Britain.
Education in England is overseen by the Department for Education and the Department for Business, Innovation and Skills. Local authorities (LAs) take responsibility for implementing policy for public education and state schools at a local level. The education system is divided into nursery (ages 3-4), primary education (ages 4-11), secondary education (ages 11-18) and tertiary education (ages 18 +). In addition, education is divided into public and private. Educational system in the UK.
- Seven per cent of British schoolchildren go to private schools called independent schools. - Parents pay for these schools, and fees vary from about 250 pounds a term for a private nursery to 3.000 pounds a term or more for a secondary boarding school. - Children of wealthy or aristocratic families often go to the same public school as their parents and their grandparents. Eton is the best known of these schools. The system of private education.
Most state schools have to follow the national curriculum. The most common ones are: Community schools Foundations schools Academies Grammar schools Private schools Types of school.
1. Cardiff Sixth Form College; 2. Brighton College; 3. Concord College; 4. Caterham School; 5. City of London Freemen's School; 6. Bishop's Stortford College; 7. Oundle School; 8. St Peter's School; 9. Uppingham School; 10. Bromsgrove School; 10 best private schools
Cardiff Sixth Form College Founded in 2004; Age: 14-19 years; The number of pupils: 154 people; The number of foreign students: 90: Average tuition fees £ 8000.
Brighton College Founded in 1845 The number of students: 910 people Age: 11-18 years Staff: 150 people Houses: 11
Concord College Founded in 1949 Age:8-18 years 340 students 84% receive A and B grades 24 900 £ per year
Caterham School Founded in 1811 The number of students: 800 people Age: 8-18 years 11% school graduates go to Oxbridge, 7% choose medicine, 37% - faculties of science and engineering, 55% - faculties of humanities and social sciences.
City of London Freemen's School Founded in 1854 The oldest coeducational school Age: 6 – 18 years The number of students: 842 23 589 £ per year
"Education should be an exciting, uplifting and liberating experience, a process that unlocks a world of opportunity." Bishop's Stortford College Founded in 1868 Age: 4 – 18 years The number of students: 1130 people
Oundle School Founded in 1556 Age: 11-18 years The number of the students: 1100 people Houses: 14 9 530 £ per three month
St Peter's School St.Paulinus of York, the founder of St.Peter’s School Founded in 627 Age: 3 - 18 The number of students: 600 people Houses: 10 81% of students receive A and B grades
Uppingham School Founded in 1584 Age: 13 – 18 The number of students: 795 people Houses: 15 10 143 £ per three month
Bromsgrove School First recorded in 1476 Was re-established in 1548 Age: 2 – 18 Houses: 18 The number of students: 1660 people Staff: 508 people 28 995 £ per year
Public and private education in the UK in spite of some of the differences are a single system meets all modern standards of education in the UK. Private education in the UK is much like a state, and by some standards even surpasses it. Conclusion.
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