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Schools in england and wales (1) in england and Wales children start schooling when they are five.

A lot them leave school when they become sixteen.

Some of them can find jods, some can go to different colleges and some stay at school for twj more years and then go to universities.

Most children go to state schools which are free.

It s interestihg that English schools have no numbers, they have names, for example Green Park School?

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Максимилиан007 17 июл. 2018 г., 10:48:55

Школы в Англии и Уэльсе

(1) в Англии и Уэльсе дети начинают учиться в школе с 5 лет.

Многие из них покидают школу в шестнадцать.

Некоторые из них могут найти работу, некоторые пойти в различные колледжи, а кто - то остается в школе ещё на 2 года, чтобы затем пойти в университеты.

Большинство детей ходят в государственные школы, которые бесплатны.

Интересно, что английские школы не имеют номеров, у них есть названия, например, Школа Грин Парк.

Aleshina2003 26 янв. 2018 г., 09:58:09 | 1 - 4 классы

School in England and Wales (1)?

School in England and Wales (1).

In England and Wales children start school when they are five.

A lot of them leave school when they become sixteen.

Some stay for two more years and then go to universities or to colleges.

The school year in England begins in September.

It never begins on Mondey.

The England don't think it is good to start a new thing on Mondey, so school usually begins on the first Tuesday of September.

Little children who are five, go to primary school and stay there for six years.

They do a lot of things in class.

They learn to read, to write, to count, and to draw.

Their teachers often read to them interesting books and tell them fairy tales.

Pupils play a lot and spend much time outdoors.

They often visit museums and make trips to city centres.

When they are eleven, primary school pupils go to secondary school.

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Irjinia63700 9 мар. 2018 г., 22:37:53 | 1 - 4 классы

They sing songs, dance and play a lot?

They sing songs, dance and play a lot.

Infant pupils learn how to use money in their classroom shop.

They look at the pictures in interesting books, draw pictures in pencil and colour them.

They learn how to get on with other children.

When children are seven they go to junior schools, where they spend four years till they are eleven.

So in England children spend six years in primary school.

When pupils are eleven or a little older primary school is over.

Junior schools are real schools.

The atmosphere is more formal in junior classes than in infant classes.

Pupils sit in rows and follow a regular timetable.

Their subjects are : English, Maths, History, Nature Study, Geography, Art, and Music.

In junior schools swimming, P.

E. and Religion are on the timetable too.

But children spend a lot of time outdoors.

They visit different museums and other famous and interesting places.

Sometimes their teachers take them to London and other big cities.

They walk and play a lot.

In some primary schools children wear uniforms but in many primary schools they don’t.

Radug 1 нояб. 2018 г., 06:59:32 | 1 - 4 классы

Primary schools in England?

Primary schools in England.

English children have classes five days a week.

They have classes on Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday.

Classes are usually over at four o’clock and then the pupils go home.

They never have classes on Saturday and Sunday.

Saturdays and Sundays are their days off.

Schools in England have names, not numbers.

They often get the names after the place where they are (Green Hill School, Cedar Grove School) or after some famous or important people (St.

Mary School).

At the age of five primary school children go to infant schools or infant classes where they spend two years till they are seven.

In infant schools they spend much time outdoors.

They play different games, run and jump.

They sing songs, dance and play a lot.

Infant pupils learn how to use money in their classroom shop.

They look at the pictures in interesting books, draw pictures in pencil and colour them.

They learn how to get on with other children.

When children are seven they go to junior schools, where they spend four years till they are eleven.

So in England children spend six years in primary school.

When pupils are eleven or a little older primary school is over.

Junior schools are real schools.

The atmosphere is more formal in junior classes than in infant classes.

Pupils sit in rows and follow a regular timetable.

Their subjects are : English, Maths, History, Nature Study, Geography, Art, and Music.

In junior schools swimming, P.

E. and Religion are on the timetable too.

But children spend a lot of time outdoors.

They visit different museums and other famous and interesting places.

Sometimes their teachers take them to London and other big cities.

They walk and play a lot.

In some primary schools children wear uniforms but in many primary schools they don’t.

Такой же текст нужно написать но только про русскую начальную школу.

На английском.

Aleksey16 27 янв. 2018 г., 16:39:50 | 1 - 4 классы

Primary schools in England?

Primary schools in England.

English children have classes five days a week.

They have classes on Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday.

Classes are usually over at four o’clock and then the pupils go home.

They never have classes on Saturday and Sunday.

Saturdays and Sundays are their days off.

Schools in England have names, not numbers.

They often get the names after the place where they are (Green Hill School, Cedar Grove School) or after some famous or important people (St.

Mary School).

At the age of five primary school children go to infant schools or infant classes where they spend two years till they are seven.

In infant schools they spend much time outdoors.

They play different games, run and jump.

They sing songs, dance and play a lot.

Infant pupils learn how to use money in their classroom shop.

They look at the pictures in interesting books, draw pictures in pencil and colour them.

They learn how to get on with other children.

When children are seven they go to junior schools, where they spend four years till they are eleven.

So in England children spend six years in primary school.

When pupils are eleven or a little older primary school is over.

Junior schools are real schools.

The atmosphere is more formal in junior classes than in infant classes.

Pupils sit in rows and follow a regular timetable.

Their subjects are : English, Maths, History, Nature Study, Geography, Art, and Music.

In junior schools swimming, P.

E. and Religion are on the timetable too.

But children spend a lot of time outdoors.

They visit different museums and other famous and interesting places.

Sometimes their teachers take them to London and other big cities.

They walk and play a lot.

In some primary schools children wear uniforms but in many primary schools they don’t.

№13 Agree or disagree.

1. In england classes are usually over at three.

2. england children usually have no classes on Saturday.

3. At the age of 4 children go to infant schools.

4. children learn how to get on with other pupils there.

5. Infant classes are very formal.

6. Junior schools are real schools.

7. When children are 10.

They go to lunior schools.

№16 Put in : once / twice / 3.

4. 5 times a week / a day / a month / a year.

1. He goes to London.

2. We wash the floors.

3. We went to the British Museum .

Last spring.

4. They had Handicraft .

Last year.

5. I have porridge for breakfast .

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Dobro1974 5 нояб. 2018 г., 18:16:55 | 5 - 9 классы

In England about 93 per cent of children attend state schools?

In England about 93 per cent of children attend state schools.

The other 7 per cent attend private schools.

A minority of these private schools are boarding schools where children live as well as study.

Private schools are very expensive.

In Britain it is compulsory between the ages of 5 and 16 years to receive some officially recognized form of schooling.

For younger children, there are a few state kindergartens, some private kindergartens and a few „ nursery classes "in ordinary schools.

They are optional.

Primary school consists of a reception class, infant school and junior school.

A reception class and infant school take a year.

In junior school, pupils spend 5 years.

At the age of five they go to infant schools where they learn first steps in reading, writing and using numbers.

When children leave infant school, at the age of seven, they go to junior schools until they are about eleven years of age.

Their school subjects include English, arithmetic, history, geography, nature study, swimming, music, art and organized games.

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Giukhovaa 14 окт. 2018 г., 05:00:18 | 5 - 9 классы

Переведите текст на русский язык без переводчика : Primary schools in England?

Переведите текст на русский язык без переводчика : Primary schools in England.

English children have classes five days a week.

They have classes on Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday.

Classes are usually over at four o’clock and then the pupils go home.

They never have classes on Saturday and Sunday.

Saturdays and Sundays are their days off.

Schools in England have names, not numbers.

They often get the names after the place where they are (Green Hill School, Cedar Grove School) or after some famous or important people (St.

Mary School).

At the age of five primary school children go to infant schools or infant classes where they spend two years till they are seven.

In infant schools they spend much time outdoors.

They play different games, run and jump.

They sing songs, dance and play a lot.

Infant pupils learn how to use money in their classroom shop.

They look at the pictures in interesting books, draw pictures in pencil and colour them.

They learn how to get on with other children.

When children are seven they go to junior schools, where they spend four years till they are eleven.

So in England children spend six years in primary school.

When pupils are eleven or a little older primary school is over.

Junior schools are real schools.

The atmosphere is more formal in junior classes than in infant classes.

Pupils sit in rows and follow a regular timetable.

Their subjects are : English, Maths, History, Nature Study, Geography, Art, and Music.

In junior schools swimming, P.

E. and Religion are on the timetable too.

But children spend a lot of time outdoors.

They visit different museums and other famous and interesting places.

Sometimes their teachers take them to London and other big cities.

They walk and play a lot.

In some primary schools children wear uniforms but in many primary schools they don’t.

Олегатор229 6 июл. 2018 г., 20:35:11 | 5 - 9 классы

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In England and Wales children start school when they are five.

A lot of them leave school when they become sixteen.

Some stay for two more years and then go to universities or to colleges.

The school year in England begins in September.

It never begins on Mondey.

The England don't think it is good to start a new thing on Mondey, so school usually begins on the first Tuesday of September.

Little children who are five, go to primary school and stay there for six years.

Karius 6 авг. 2018 г., 13:11:00 | 5 - 9 классы

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Answer these questions.

1) When do English children begin schooling?

2) How many years do they spend in primary school?

3) Most children begin their secondary education at the age of 12, don’t they?

4) Are state schools free or do parents pay for their children?

5) How many lessons do pupils usually have a week?

6) They don’t go to school on Saturdays and Sundays, do they?

7) When do they have a twenty minute break?

8) They have a long break for lunch, don’t they?

9) At what time are pupils usually free and can go home?

10) How many terms a year do British pupils have?

11) Which are the longest holidays : Easter, Christmas or summer?

12) When does the school year begin and end in England and Wales?

Freelyq 27 мая 2018 г., 19:23:40 | 1 - 4 классы

Many children in the UK start nursery school at the age of three or four?

Many children in the UK start nursery school at the age of three or four.

All children start primary school when they are five and spend six years there.

Some children in primary schools wear uniforms.

Naruno2016 4 авг. 2018 г., 05:50:49 | 1 - 4 классы

Primary schools in England?

Primary schools in England.

English children have classes five days a week.

They have classes on Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday.

Classes are usually over at four o’clock and then the pupils go home.

They never have classes on Saturday and Sunday.

Saturdays and Sundays are their days off.

Schools in England have names, not numbers.

They often get the names after the place where they are (Green Hill School, Cedar Grove School) or after some famous or important people (St.

Mary School).

At the age of five primary school children go to infant schools or infant classes where they spend two years till they are seven.

In infant schools they spend much time outdoors.

They play different games, run and jump.

They sing songs, dance and play a lot.

Infant pupils learn how to use money in their classroom shop.

They look at the pictures in interesting books, draw pictures in pencil and colour them.

They learn how to get on with other children.

When children are seven they go to junior schools, where they spend four years till they are eleven.

So in England children spend six years in primary school.

When pupils are eleven or a little older primary school is over.

Junior schools are real schools.

The atmosphere is more formal in junior classes than in infant classes.

Pupils sit in rows and follow a regular timetable.

Their subjects are : English, Maths, History, Nature Study, Geography, Art, and Music.

In junior schools swimming, P.

E. and Religion are on the timetable too.

But children spend a lot of time outdoors.

They visit different museums and other famous and interesting places.

Sometimes their teachers take them to London and other big cities.

They walk and play a lot.

In some primary schools children wear uniforms but in many primary schools they don’t.

№13 Agree or disagree.

1. In england classes are usually over at three.

2. england children usually have no classes on Saturday.

3. At the age of 4 children go to infant schools.

4. children learn how to get on with other pupils there.

5. Infant classes are very formal.

6. Junior schools are real schools.

7. When children are 10.

They go to lunior schools.

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