British Education System ๐Ÿ“š

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  1. Im sorry but the schools youโ€™re on about are only in england the ones in Scotland are different

  2. Australia
    1. Kindergarten (Kindy) – 1 year
    2. Pre-primary – 1 year
    3. Primary School – Year 1-6 (used to be till year 7)
    4. High School – Year 7-12
    5. TAFE (apprenticeships and basic higher education like certificates and diplomas) or University (where you do a bachelor in an undergraduate degree, and a masters and PhD in postgraduate)

  3. we had senior school – removes, lower fourth, upper fourth, lower fifth, upper fifth and then leave at 16. Did cordon bleu college which was shit and then secretarial college and was a legal secretary for 12 years.

  4. College at 16? Wow! Here in the States you start at 18. For example, calculus is the highest math you take in you 12th grade (age 17-18, generally)..Do the students give the teachers or substitutes a hard time?

  5. I wish I went too school in the UK. UK school system sounds like they care more for your career and future than they do here in the USA. Schools in the USA teach you what they wanna teach you and donโ€™t teach anything.

  6. University in America costs about $200,000 for 4 year degree… I payed out of pocket because I was a โ€œ exotic dancerโ€ basically a stripper… I donโ€™t regret it… I know people who are still paying off student loans 10 years later…

  7. I have a totally unrelated question, do you know other British YouTubers… like I would love to see a mashup with yโ€™all and #InTheKitchenWithKate

  8. Itโ€™s not free, Iโ€™m sure your taxes that you pay fund education. In the US, public school for elementary thru high school is free but our taxes that we pay go towards education.

  9. College is not for a set amount of years. You can go at 16 and then you can spend 3 or 4 years until you are 19 but if you on a course you can stay until 20.

  10. I had 11 plus and did O levels which stood for ordinary level. I went to an independent girls' grammar school in Chester and it was the same one all the way through. After school I went to cordon bleu college, then did OND in catering and HCIMA then did secretarial course. I hated maths and sports at school. I became a legal secretary with shorthand which is not used now.

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