Summarise The Roles Of Different Types Of Schools As Organisations

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All children in England between the ages of 5 and 16 are entitled to a free place at a state school. Most state schools have to follow the national curriculum. There are Community Schools. These schools are controlled by the local council and are not influenced by businesses or religious groups.
Foundation Schools : They have more freedom to change the way they do things than community schools.
Academies : These are run by a governing body, independent from the local council therefore they can follow a different curriculum.
Grammar Schools : These are run by the council, a foundation body or a trust. They select all or most of their pupils based on academic ability and there is usually an exam to get in.
Special Schools : Special schools with up its aged 11 or over can specialise in one of the four areas of special educational needs. These are communication and interaction, cognition and learning, social, emotional and mental health, and sensory and physical …show more content…

They can be voluntary aided schools, free schools etc but are associated with a particular religion.
Free Schools : These are government funded, but not run by the local council. They have more control over how they do things, but are all ability schools so cannot use examination entries. There are different types of free schools. There are University Technical Colleges. They specialise in subjects like engineering and construction and teach these subjects along with business skills.
Then there are Studio Schools. They are small schools delivering mainstream qualifications through project based learning. This is learning in realistic situations as well as learning academic subjects. There are City Technology Colleges. These are independent schools that are free to go to. They are owned and funded by companies as well as the government. The last type of Free School is State Boarding Schools. They provide free education but charge a fee for

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