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Education
1 Pre-School Care & Education
1.1 Creches + Day-Cares
1.1.1 Community based or privately run
1.1.2 For children up to 5 years old
1.1.3 Sleeping, eating, changing, playing & washing facilities
1.1.4 Give preference to children most in need
1.1.5 Run by qualified persons - ratio is sufficient
1.2 Playgroups & Playschools
1.2.1 Community based or privately run
1.2.2 3-4 hours daily
1.2.3 For children from 2-5 yrs
1.2.4 Planned pre-school programmes
1.2.5 Offer stimulating environment for kids
1.3 Montessori Schools
1.3.1 Privately run
1.3.2 For children up to 7 yrs
1.3.3 Montessori trained teachers
1.3.4 Special materials eg flashcards used
1.4 Early Start pre schools
1.4.1 Run by Department of Education
1.4.2 For 3-4yrs in disadvantaged areas
1.4.3 Enhance overall development by exposed to educational programme
2 Primary Education
2.1 Not compulsory until 6 yrs
2.2 Child centered & activity based
2.3 Primary schools (mixed or single sex) run by Boards of Management
2.4 Learning support & resource teachers available
2.5 Runs for 8 years
2.6 No formal exams at end of schooling
2.7 Set curriculum
3 Secondary Education
3.1 Community-Comprehensive-Vocational-Secondary schools
3.2 Three yr junior cycle - end with JC
3.3 Two yr senior cycle - end with LC
3.4 Compulsory + Optional Subjects & differentiation levels (HL,OL,F)
3.5 TY - LCVP - LCA available
3.5.1 TY = non exam, student based - encourages self development
3.5.2 LCVP = studying 5 subjects - compulsory link modules - emphasis on work - world of business
3.6 LCA- those who don't wish to avail of 3rd level ed - continuous assesment
3.7 PLCs - full time/1 or 2 yr courses - provide people with technological & vocations skills for employment
4 Third Level Education
4.1 Entry gained by CAO points
4.2 3 main sectors; Universities-Institutes of Technology-Colleges of Education
4.3 7 universities in Irelamd - UCG;UCD;DCU;UL;NUI;UCC;Trinity
4.3.1 Offer diploma & degree courses
4.4 Colleges of Education = specific for teacher training
4.4.1 Mary I; St.Pat's (Drumcondra); St.Angela's
4.5 13 ITs in Ireland - education & training in areas like business
4.5.1 HETAC award non-uni higher ed qualifications
5 Adult & Second Chance Education
5.1 develop culture of lfielong learning
5.2 -to follow area of interest
5.3 -to imrpove qualifications for self fulfillment
5.4 -to meet other people
5.5 to increase chances of education
5.6 part time & full time courses available =
5.6.1 Distance Learning (DCU)
5.6.2 PLC courses
5.6.3 FÁS - training & employment programmes in workshops
5.6.4 VTOS (Vocational Training Opportunites Scheme) courses to meet needs of unemployed
6 Special Needs Education
6.1 Learning support, resource teachers, SNAs
6.2 Pupil to teacher ratios = smaller
6.3 Provided in mainstream & special schools
6.4 Covers physical, intellectual & emotional needs
6.5 Special classes for autistic kids - ratio - 6:1
6.6 Detention Centres - for young offenders convicted/placed n remand
6.6.1 provide care, education & training for juveniles

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