You live in Great Britain and raising school-age children? In this case, education is one of the most important spheres. Well, for everything to be purposeful and smooth, it is worth getting to know a certain amount of useful information.

If your offspring have only 2 or 3, then the learning question is not very relevant yet, but it is worth knowing what will happen in the near future. J. In Britain, children are taught at various stages. We will briefly discuss each of them.

Primary school

Children from 5 to 11 years of age are enrolled in primary school and up to 12 different subjects can be studied at one time.

Secondary school

The secondary school is for teenagers aged 11-16. At the age of 14, adolescents start learning under the GCSE (General Certificate of Secondary Education) program.

Anti-university Program (A level)

A two-year program for 16- to 18-year-old teenagers. The special feature of this program is that at the end of the academic year, there are a number of specialized examinations that will influence the next step – joining the university.

Other learning institutions

However, not all of these learning options are available in all cases. There are other educational institutions for children. These are private and boarding schools.

Private school

The opportunity to allow a child to study at a private school is one of the most prominent features of education in this country. Indeed, such a choice is worthy of attention: although for many years private schools in this country have changed and had to adapt to various changes, today a private school is a great place to learn – every child is seen as an individual.

Boarding school

Internships in this country are usually created in as peaceful areas as possible – in the countryside, in villages. In addition, the aim is that children not only have access to education, but also care for employment, which is why a frequent boarding school is surrounded by swimming pools, stadiums, playgrounds.

Do not forget the roots

Life Jr. In Britain, just an intermediate stop? Or maybe you plan to stay here as long as possible? No matter what your plans are, only one thing is important: it is necessary to protect and nurture Lithuanian. So, just stay away from roots, and it’s not difficult to do it: not only plan meetings with the rest of your family or friends in European countries, but also make sure your offspring have a chance to visit a school, where European student is nurtured in various ways: starting with songs and learning of poems in English and ending with performances by English authors.