In this Tag Archive you can find all of the articles on our site related to the UK School System: and the parts it is made up of.

The UK School System covers about 13 – 15 years of schooling. Most children start a form of schooling at Nursery level, by the age of 3. From Nursery to Reception usually involves starting in a more formalised schooling system. Then the real choices are made. Some parents make use of state-funded schooling for the first few years, while others choose only independent schools. Some parents only use state-funded schools. Parents also have various options. Firstly, primary school, pre-preparatory school or preparatory school, followed by secondary school, sixth form or college.

State-funded schools have to abide by the National Curriculum and other statutory requirements. Independent schools have much more freedom. We try and provide a balanced view of the UK School System through our articles in this archive. With a clear focus on private school and grammar school entrance, these systems might be highlighted slightly more.

Senior Schools preparation

Parents Guides to top school places Welcome to our Parents guides, from school transitions to ‘how do I get a top school place?’ School transitions (finding a better school fit) 2. Are private school fees worth it? 3.Finding top tutors 4.Supporting well-being 5.Managing child anxities 6.Parental exam support 7. Key Dates 8. How do I get a top school place?…

Home Education for 11 plus

Home schooling Montessori

Home learning /Home schooling Montessori are not new concepts. Many parents opt for this even when the schools are open. There are also various approaches to this. Parents that choose to home educate are usually not fond of the term homeschooling. Parents that home educate do so for different reasons. You may in fact elect…