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English and Russian schools Sophia Obolenskaya
The school year in England and Russia begins in September.
In Russia children start schooling when they are six or seven. But in England children start schooling when they are five.
In most schools education is free. These are state schools.
English schools have no numbers, they have names, for example Green Park School. Russian schools have numbers.
Little children who are five or six go to primary school.
They do a lot of things in class.
They learn to read, to write, to count, and to draw.
When they are eleven or ten, primary school pupils go to secondary school.
Pupils usually have five lessons five days a week.
The English and Russian school year has three or four terms.
When the term is over, schoolchildren have holidays.
Russian summer holidays are the longest.