Školní systém ve Velké Británii

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Zadání: School is compulsory for children between the age of 5 to 16. Primary schools are for ages between 5 - 11 and secondary schools are for ages over 11. Children under the age of five go to nursery (or kindergarten). In Britain, most of pupils go to state schools. At the age of 16 about two thirds of pupils leave school and get jobs or apprenticeships. This system of education is free of charge. Some children take the C.S.E (Certificate of Secondary Education) which means the satisfactory completion of school. More ambitious children carry on and take the exams: the General Certificate of Secondary Education at ordinary level (GCSE - O level) or advanced level (GCSE - A level) at the age of 18. The GCSE - A level is the basic qualification to enter university. There are more than 40 universities in Great Britain.
1) If you are six years old you have to be in school in GB
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2) You must go to primary school, but the secondary school is voluntary
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3) You usually need A levels of GCSE to be qualified to university.
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4) You can leave school at 16.
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5) There are less than 40 universities in Great Britain
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