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What is the edcational system like in England?
- 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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It was dirty, plauge infested, smelly sewers, desises, dangerous, murderous. Poor pesents couldn't afford clean clothes, no music, food or even a bed! when rich people (there …were very few of them) came home to all they can eat meat in there big palace home. A lot of rich people got dibeties then from eating an overload of meat which dropped the numbers, also London was just a poor city with 100's of poor people!
Metric was used for scientific reasons in 1864 but the final law making it a requirement to be put on all packaging was not until 1995.
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England has a market economy
a constitutional monarchy
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The streets were really smelly in the 1500. England was old and living conditions were extremelly bad.
England is based on captialsm and free market. This system is used to ensure fairness.
They were run by royalty that treated all comoners like dirt. Lol. Aka, they had an Absolute Monarchy which ruled with Divine Right.
Acting was considered a low form of entertainment in 1500 England. Women were not allowed to be act on stages, so men played women's parts.
In Middle Ages
We do not know a lot about education in medieval England, except what its general form was, and a bit about what was taught. The oldest school in England is King's School, in… Canterbury, which was founded in 597. It typifies the Church schools of the time, with the education in Latin, and intended to make people able to read and write Church documents. Some secular students exist from the time, but we do not know what their education was like. One thing that is important to note is the Later on, King Alfred the Great decided to see to it that men of freeman class and above were educated, in English. He had the Bible and important pieces of classic literature translated into English. He did believe that at least some women should be educated, as his own daughters were, but we do not know the extent to which he tried to have women educated in general. The work of King Alfred was the reason the Anglo Saxon Chronicle was written in English, and may have influenced other English literature, as well. Education in English was probably ended by the Norman invasion, for a time. It did recover, however, as we certainly know from the English language literature, such as the Canterbury Tales, that started to appear in quantity in the Late Middle Ages. Again, we do not know much about this, but it was certainly sufficiently widespread to support literary endeavor.