Presentation on theme: "Teacher: Befa Olympia Class: 1 st year of junior high school Aims and Objectives: Our aims and Objectives were to analyse data related to facts of schools."— Presentation transcript:
Teacher: Befa Olympia Class: 1 st year of junior high school Aims and Objectives: Our aims and Objectives were to analyse data related to facts of schools all around the world and at the same tome build up our language skills.
Why is education important? Education plays a significant role in releasing a child from poverty. An educated child is equipped with the tools to fight poverty. And school offers a safe, supportive environment for children to learn life skills and make friends.
Schools in Indonesia Charity works with partner churches to identify the needs that extend beyond their core ministries. For families who cannot afford these needs, Compassion offers educational assistance to cover: Primary and secondary education fees Costs for pre-university preparatory courses and entrance exams Lab and test fees
SCHOOLS IN FRANCE Τhe French Education system is one of the best in the world. Today, it is still true to say that the French education system is one of the more successful in the world, and that in certain fields it remains a world leader. Large majority of children start school before the minimum age, often as young as two years old. Only some of school pupils in France complete their secondary education and take the high-school leaving certificate examinations, known as the baccalauréat or the baccalauréat professionnel.
Schools in Dubai Public Schools Primary and secondary education is free of cost for both boys and girls at the all grades.There is emphasis on English as a second language. Private School There are 131 private schools in Dubai.All subjects are taught in English.
Schools in London London has the largest student population of any British city. First, the federal University of London, with over 120.000 students, is the largest contact teaching university in the United Kingdom and one of the largest universities in Europe. It comprises 19 colleges and 12 institutes, as well as a distance-learning External System.
Schools in Greece The Greek educational system is mainly divided into three levels, primary, secondary and tertiary. Primary education is divided into kindergarten lasting one or two years, and primary school spanning six years (ages 6 to 12). Secondary education comprises two stages : Junior High School, a compulsory three-year school, after which students can attend an academically oriented high school. Higher education is provided by Universities and Polytechnics, Technological Educational Institutes and other Academies.