Essay Schools as orgznisations

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1 Summarise entitlement and provision for early year’s education.
According to local education authorities, funding is received by the government to ensure that every three and
Four-year-old child has access to free part-time education of 12.5 hours per week for 38 weeks of the year. The free early education and childcare can be at:

Nurseries on school sites, in schools and in academies. children’s day centres some playgroups some pre-schools child-minders day nurseries
Some 2-year-olds in England can also get free early education and childcare however, you must be getting one of the following: (JSA)
(ESA)
Support through part 6 of the Immigration and Asylum Act
The guaranteed element of State Pension Credit
Child Tax Credit and have an annual income not over £16,190( but not when receiving Working Tax Credit)
Working Tax Credit 4-week run on
Income Support
Children are also entitled to a place if:

They’re looked after by a local council
They have a current statement of special education needs (SEN)
An education health and care plan
They receive Disability Living Allowance
They’ve left care under a special guardianship order, child arrangements order or adoption order

1.2 Explain the characteristics of the different types of schools in relation to educational stage(s) and school governance

Type of school
Management of the school
Age of children they provide for
Curriculum followed
Academy
Partially funded by the state and businesses
Management run by head teachers with deputies next in line.
Have some freedom over their curriculum choices
All complaints dealt with independently
Early years
Primary school
Secondary school
Early years foundation stage
National curriculum

Independent
Take preference to higher achieving students
Students have to sit exam and interview to gain a place
Parents pay on average £15,000 per year
Complaints dealt with by associates or independent body.
Early years
Primary schools
Secondary schools

Early years foundation stage
Nation curriculum (however have choices over which subjects they wish to teach.)
Voluntary
Parents must pay a set amount of around £25 to £200 per year
Some faith schools are voluntary
Governors have more control
Still under management of a head etc.
Early years
Primary schools
Secondary schools.
Early years foundation stage ]
National curriculum (however have choices over which subjects they wish to teach.)

Faith
Head governor of a faith school will be of the same faith as the school.
Schools ethos are based on beliefs of that particular faith.
May pray accordingly to the religious routine
Secondary education young people will have to take an entry exam.

Earl years
Primary school
Secondary schools.
Early year’s foundation stage.
National curriculum (most of the education is biased to that particular religion.)
Specialist
Must take an entrance exam and attend an interview to gain entrance.
For ‘gifted and talented’ children.
Could have ‘specialist status’
Run by the state.
Run by a head teacher with deputies below them.
Secondary school
National curriculum(however have choices over which subjects they wish to teach if they have a specialist status.)

Special Run by head teacher with deputies below
Is aimed at children and young adults with special educational and additional needs ( e.g. autism, down syndrome ect.)
Early years
Primary school
Secondary schools.
Early years foundation stage
National curriculum (however have choices over which subjects they wish to teach if they have a specialist status)
State
Governors have more say over control of the school however still work with the head and the rest of the team.
Complaints are dealt with via the school governors, Ofsted or through the local authorities.
Early years
Primary school
Secondary schools
Early years foundation stage
National curriculum community State funded
Can employ teachers who aren’t technically qualified (at least to the standard of other teachers at schools such as state or special…