How many pupils do french schools have?
about 25 to 30 kids by class and 100 to 6 000 by school/high-school (depending on the size)
Class sizes vary as do the number of pupils in a collège (middle school) or a lycée (high school).
There are religious education courses in private religious schools. When the religious school is funded by state money (99.9% of private schools), the religious classes cannot be mandatory for pupils and schools cannot refuse to board pupils from other religions. In all junior high schools, public or private, there is a religion awareness class over a few hours where pupils are introduced to all mainstream religions.
The French schools get more holidays than the English and that they get more homework , and that they are more strict there and also, they have 7 hours of school and that they don't talk to their teachers and that the maximum amount in 1 class is 24. The schools can be so small that there is only 500 pupils in 1 school. Other than that i actually don't know that much.
It use to be that more private school pupils go to good colleges like duke and university of Chicago than public schools but now-a-days the suburb's public schools are coming close to matching the advantages of going to a private school. Subsequently the amount of public vs private pupils in said universities is evening out but due to things like dropout rates and the fact that there are so many more students in a public…
In "écoles maternelles" (primary schools), children learn how to read, write, speak, count... Then, in "collège" (elementary schools), children are taught French literature, maths, sciences like biology, physics and chemistry, English, Spanish or German (according to the pupil's choice), P.E., music, arts, history, geography and a bit of politics. In "lycées" (high schools), the first year is a year for the pupils to be prepared to the studies. So, the same subjects are studied expect…
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While under French rule, many Muslims were denied suffrage and had little representation. Heavier taxes were levied on Muslims than on the French. The French refused to allocate funding for religious schools which were the primary forms of schools for the Muslim population and only staffed the public schools with French teachers.
They don't have any school on Good Friday. Schools are closed for Easter. Not always true. Sometimes Easter occurs during term time. In the parts of France near the German border Good Friday is a holiday. Elsewhere, it can be a school day. As French law forbids any mention of religion in state-run schools, nothing special is done. Catholic schools either take the day off or hold a special Mass.