THE SYSTEM OF EDUCATION IN THE UK
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Education is compulsory from 6 to 15 years of age.
The system of public education is organized in three stages of Primary, Secondary, and Further Education.
Primary and Secondary education are not compulsory for all children.
All children must stay at school until they are 16 or 17.
The Primary school is divided into three categories: nursery schools, infant schools, junior schools.
The full secondary school age ranges from 11 to 18.
The academic year is divided into four terms.
At infant school children learn reading and writing.
The junior school is for children aged 7 to 11.
There is no a policy of streaming: A, B, C.
At 11 pupils pass the Grammar test.
After primary school children go to secondary modern schools, or grammar schools, or comprehensive schools.
At 18 years pupils pass GCSE-O.
Grammar schools give the GCSE.
The GCSE-O marks the end of school career.
Secondary Modern Schools concentrate on practical work.
In Comprehensive schools children take exams for GCSE at 14 years old.
Independent schools include the preparatory schools and public schools.
Independent schools are free.
Most of the schools are for boys, they live in separate house.