1.1 Explain The Different Types Of Educational Research

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There are many types of schools education stages.
From the age 0-5 your child can attend pre-school and nursery, including day nurseries. This is mainly where the children can play but also has a small level of education in preparation for school. Children begin a reception class in a primary school from 4-5 which is when compulsory education begins.
From the age 5-11 your child will attend primary school. This is the first form of education known as primary education. There will be one teacher responsible for the work and support staff also known as teaching assistants usually. These schools are normally local and within walking distance (your catchment area). They are normally mixed sex schools.
From the age 11-16 your child will attend secondary school. This is where GCSE 's take place in years 10 and 11, first form of
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This is where they will qualify further in an area in which they choose. This is in the form of sixth form, usually still in partnership as part of a secondary school, and collage. You can choose between college and sixth form.
Further education, also known as university. This is where you qualify in a specific field such as law, art, music etc. If completed you are awarded with a certificate which can be a degree or diploma. Although further education is normally at age 18 for those who have left collage or sixth form, there is no age limit so you can go back at any point in your life. Further education is optional.
The other forms of education are:
Grammar schools, which are selective and have an entrance requirement, normally the 11+. These schools are for children who are academically orientated and are often single sex schools. Independent schools. These are private/public schools where there is a fee to pay. They range from; Nursery age 2-4
Pre-preparatory age 3 or 4-7
Preparatory age 7-11 or 13
Public 11 or

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