School Readiness in other countries outside the UK: Poland

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Education system in Poland

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School Readiness in other countries outside the UK: Poland
  1. What curriculum is used?
    1. the framework that is used in early years education and primary school is called the Core Curriculum
      1. Private schools do not follow the national curriculum that is used in public schools. There for they do not have a restriction of what they are teaching.
    2. What areas of development are considered important for School Readiness
      1. What age do children start school/ formal education
        1. Children start compulsory education at the age of 3 - 6 years. this is the children's pre-school education. Primary education starts at the age of 7 years, this is when they start grade 0.
          1. "As from 2011, kindergarten (ISCED 0) is compulsory from the age of 5. The age of starting primary education (ISCED 0) is being lowered from 7 to 6 between 2009 and 2014; from 1 September 2014 it will be compulsory from age 6"

            Annotations:

            • http://www.nfer.ac.uk/nfer/index.cfm?9B1C0068-C29E-AD4D-0AEC-8B4F43F54A28 
          2. http://data.worldbank.org/country/poland
            1. Is five too soon to start school?

              Annotations:

              • http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/education/7234578.stm
              1. "Poland, a rapid-climber in international education league tables and overtaking England at reading skills, is also another country where pupils do not start until the age of seven" (Coughlan: 2008)
            2. Study on School Readiness of 6-year-old Children Project Summary

              Annotations:

              • http://www.cmp3.ore.edu.pl/files/Wersja%20angielska.pdf
              1. Removing barriers to access to education for disadvantaged groups
                1. Awakening activity and responsibility as basic skills for sled-learning
                  1. Co-operation between the school, on the one hand, and the parents and local community
                    1. Prevention of educational underachievement
                      1. Reinforcement of primary education as a basis for further education
                        1. Introduction of new methods and Information Technology
                      2. How many children meet the required standards for Literacy and Numeracy when they leave Primary School

                        Annotations:

                        • https://data.oecd.org/pisa/mathematics-performance-pisa.htm
                        1. Literacy Succes rate from 2000 - 2012
                          1. Mathematics Success rate from 2003 - 2012
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