What would you like to do?
- Pre-school, or preparatory education
- Preparatory education
- Primary education
- Secondary education
- Post-sixteen education, and Post-eighteen education
As a teacher, the education system in England is pretty good, although varied. The media would have you believe that children are feral animals and learn nothing but that is definitely the minority.
Due to the league table system, we have a stark contrast in schools. Some schools have demotiviated staff, poor parental support and poor GCSE results. Most are 'middle of the road' schools where children will do 'OK' - enough to get into college anyway.
If, as a parent, you are fully supportive of the school i.e. ensuring homework is done, disciplining if necessary, then your kid will do at pretty much any English school.
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Well, you can do a lot in England, pretty much the same as what you can do anywhere else. Have a look at weather reports. England can be wet, dry, hot and cold during the sa…me day. The English weather is unpredictable. There are lots of attractions in England. They are usually most full at weekends and school holidays.
I live in rural England and it's a great place and I'm sure it's just as great in cities as well. We have a democracy and we are a multi-cultural country, so basically you're …free if you come here. We have the National Health Service which provides you with free healthcare, our police services are unarmed (they don't carry guns), this makes the police more approachable for the public and it looks less intimidating if the police carry pepper spray and batons rather pistols and machine guns. Hope this gives you a brief description. As I don't know what country you're from, I'm going to assume you're from outside the United Kingdom. IF you are learning the English language and want to explore facts in easy text, I suggest that you go on 'Simple English Wikipedia'. It's built up of easy and basic words to make learners of the English language find it easier to read facts. :)
There are many advantages of physical education. One of good things is it gets kids a time for exercise. Most children in this era don't participate in many sports. Lot's of p…eople just spend time in front of the television or computer. (Don't think that I'm a hypocrite because this is written on the computer. I only spend about 5 min on the computer every day.) PE gives student a chance to be active, since most children won't be active later on in there day.
none. you can earn your GED in the military! :]
If no letters are typographically omitted, the spelling is education.
People in England also like to do some educational activities that most countries don't like to do. There are also many more things that people in England like to do. Like e…ducation. academic, sport, Food, Chefs, Jobs etc. England is a great place to be at times!
I know this is a set homework for you but me giving you the answer wont help in the future. You need to try find information on the Internet, link it with other facts that yo…u found out about England. The information wont be always be dot on from the 1912, so you need to find information and narrow it down. I know you might not think about the titanic sinking when you think about class system but you can get information from that. Did you see how the rich people had grand rooms, expensive food and so. But the lower class people had bunk beds and were locked on there floor when the boat went down. This shows that people did not care about other humans if they were not wealthy or some thing along that line. So just be sure to do that for that A in your GCSE.
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I think you mean "education" not "edcation" and England is a country. Countries do not get educated it is the people of the country that get educated - the "English". Ther…e I have just educated you and I am English.
England developed a feudal system because it offered protection from invaders such as the Vikings and the Normans. Men pledged themselves as warriors and workers to men of a h…igher status, who would in turn give them a share of land and protect them from Viking and Norman (and other foreign) raids, as they would live inside the knight lord's (or some other esteemed title) compound, usually on a hill and/or with other kinds of defense.
On June 1,1843, Isabella Baumfree changed her name to Sojourner truth, devoting her life to Methodism and the abolition of slavery