Presentation on theme: "Education System in Poland in brief. Pre-primary education The first level of the school system It concerns children from 3 to 6 years of age. 6-year-old."— Presentation transcript:
Pre-primary education The first level of the school system It concerns children from 3 to 6 years of age. 6-year-old children are obliged to complete a year of preparation for primary education called “0 grade”.
Primary education Compulsory full-time education 6-year primary school (6/7-13 years of age) Stage 1 – integrated teaching (6/7-10 years of age) Stage 2 – teaching based on separate subjects (10-12 years of age)
Lower secondary education Gymnasium Compulsory full-time education 3-year secondary school (13-16 years of age) Stage 3 – teaching based on separate subjects
Upper secondary education General upper secondary school (16-19 years of age) Specialised upper secondary school (16-19 years of age) Technical secondary school (16-20 years of age) Basic vocational school (16-19 years of age) Post-secondary school (19-21 years of age)
Primary schools more details All pupils attend school free of charge. The school year is divided into 2 semesters. Term1- from September to January Term2- from February to June. The compulsory subjects are spread over five days a week (from Monday to Friday)
Primary schools more details There is a max. of 23 forty-five-minute lessons for Stage 1 (7-10 years of age) There is 28 to a maximum of 31 lessons for Stage 2 (10-13 years of age)
Primary schools more details Only one teacher is responsible for all subjects in Stage 1 (with the exception of foreign language teaching) From the fourth year on (Stage 2), each subject is taught by a specialist teacher. Religious education is voluntary.
Primary schools more details Core Curricula for compulsory teaching are the same for all pupils. For Stage 1 curricula for integrated teaching apply For Stage 2 there are curricula for separate subjects and cross- curricular themes. Teachers can choose textbooks from a list approved by the ministry of education.
Primary schools more details Teachers are free to decide the teaching and assessment methods, introduce innovation teaching methods and choose curricula They can also develop their own curricula – based on core curricula – and submit them to the ministry for approval.
Primary schools more details At the end of 6-year primary school (age 13) students entry a general and obligatory test (Certificate of Completion of Primary School Education) The entry for the test enables pupils to start education in the gymnasium The skills required in core curricula are examined.
Primary school no 80 in Wrocław We are one of 101 primary schools in Wrocław. Our school`s got impotrant documents certifying high standards of education and successful struggle against school violence.