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WELCOME TO COMPULSORY SECONDARY EDUCATION
INDEX Educational system outline What’s ESO? (Compulsory Secondary Education) –General statements –Subjects and time distribution –Promotion e certification –TheTutorial class and the departament of orientation –What to do after ESO
INDEX Educational offer Timetable Complementary services Attention to diversity Complementary and extracurricular activities Welcome formalities School Rules
EDUCATIONAL SYSTEM OUTLINE NURSERY SCHOOL … -2 years old ESO(12-16):COMPULSORY SECONDARY EDUCATION (17-18)NON COMPULSORY SECONDARY EDUCATION SECONDARY SCHOOL INFANT And PRIMARY SCHOOL Infant Education 3 – 5 years old PRIMARY EDUCATION (compulsory) - 1st cycle: 6-7 years old - 2nd cycle:8-9 years old - 3rd cycle:10-11years old
EDUCATIONAL SYSTEM OUTLINE Non compulsory Secondary Education Vocational Training Basic Diploma PCPI Initial Professional Qualification Programme Primary Education Compulsory Secondary Education º ESO 2º ESO 3ºESO 4º ESO Entrance Test
E.S.O. (Compulsory Secondary Education). 12-to-16-year-old students. But they can stay until the age of 18 Objectives: –To acquire basic cultural knowledges, specially on humanistic, artistic, scientific e technological aspects; –To develop and consolidate habits of study and work; –To prepare students for further education and for the labour market –To train students for the exercise of their rights and duties as citizens.
SPECIAL ATTENTION TO READING EVALUATION of DIAGNOSIS Test ON HAVING FINISHED 2nd ESO BASIC COMPETENCES: Linguistic and communicative competence Maths competence Interaction with the physical world competence Digital competence Social competence Cultural and artistic competence Learn to learn competence Autonomy and personal initiative E.S.O.: CURRICULUM
E.S.O.: TIME DISTRIBUTION 1º ESO2º ESO SCIENCE44 GEAGRAPHY AND HISTORY33 PHYSICAL EDUCATION22 EDUCATION FOR CITIZENSHIP AND HUMAN RIGHT 2 PLASTIC AND VISUAL EDUCATION 3 GALICIAN LANGUAGE AND LITERATURE 43 SPANISH LANGUAGE AND LITERATURE 34 FIRST FOREIGN LAGUAGE33 SECOND FOREIGN LANGUAGE22 MATHEMATICS44 MUSIC3 RELIGIOUS STUDIES21 INTERDISCIPLINARY PROJECT1 TUTORIAL CLASS11 3º ESO4º ESO BIOLOGY AND GEOLOGY 2*3 GEOGRAPHY AND HISTORY 33 PHYSICAL EDUCATION 22 ETHICAL-CIVIC EDUCATION 1 PLASTIC AND VISUAL EDUCATION *3 PHYSICS AND CHEMISTRY 2*3 COMPUTER STUDIES *3 LATIN *3 GALICIAN LANGUAGE AND LITERATURE 33 SPANISH LANGUAGE AND LITERATURE 33 FIRST FOREIGN LANGUAGE33 SECOND FOREIGN LANGUAGE2*3 MATHEMATICS43 MUSICA*3 TECHNOLOGY*3 TECHNOLOGIES4 RELIGIOUS STUDIES11 OPTIONAL SUBJECT23 TUTORIAL CLASSES11
ESO: PROMOTION Repetitions: they can repeat a course once. Maximum 2 repetitions in ESO Promotion to next level: –If they pass all subjects –If they fail a maximum of 3 subjects (they must pass them the following year) –If they have already repeated,they promote to next level, but they must pass the failed subjects
ESO: CERTIFICATION Who gets the Certificate? –Students who pass all the subjects –Students who fail a maximum of 2 subjects 18-year-old students with NO Certificate and no more than 5 subjects failed, will have during the following two years a special exam to pass those subjects and get the Certificate.
ESO: TUTORIAL CLASS Who can be a tutor?Any teacher who teaches the whole class How long?1 school year Activities in the tutorial class1 session weekly for: Talking about relationship, coexintence… Solving any problems which arises in the classroom Improving the students’ learning proccess Advising and orientating students (optional subjects..) Comunication with familiesA parents-tutor meeting at the beginning of the school year A weekly session to speak to parents individually
ESO: ORIENTATION There is a Departament of Orientation with the aims of: –Giving information to both parents and students about anything in relation with the whole educational proccess. –Establishing varied ways to help students to meet the objectives of ESO –Orientating and advising parents and students on the choices they have to make along the educational stage –Organising activities for cross-curricular topics
WHAT TO DO AFTER “ESO” If students get the Certificate: –Non Compulsory Secondary Education/Bacharelato –Vocational Training - Basic Degree If students do NOT get the Certificate: –PCPI (Initial Professional Qualification Programme) –Entrance test to Vocational Training-Basic Degree –EPA (Adults’ Longlife Education) –Tests for +18-year-old students with no more than five subjects failed
COMPLEMENTARY and EXTRACURRICULAR ACTIVITIES Complementary activities: those carried out at school during the school schedule. Extracurricular activities: they take place out of school and parents’ authorization will be asked for.
ATTENTION TO DIVERSITY Educational support to students with ACI (Individual Curricular Adaptation) Educational Reinforcement Curricular Diversification (in 3rd/4th year ESO) Schooling students from abroad / inmigrants
SCHOOL REGULATIONS There is a document with all the school rules for a good coexistence. At the beginning of the school year students take home a summary of the school rules and both parents and students sign it.