Know the Structure of Education from Early Years to Post-Compulsory Education.

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Summarize entitlement and provision for early year’s education. In 2006, it became entitlement that every 3 to 5 years old child will receive free education for up to 15 hours in a week of 38 months of year. Its government and the fund authorities’ responsibility to make sure about this early year education. Parents do not need to pay for this but if they (parents) want more hours for their children then they have to pay extra charges for that. Early year provision means to work with very young children, support and teach young children by playing with them instead of force them formally because young children cannot understand to teach them by formal education. They need to learn by having fun. If you don’t have any experience with young children you have to get training for that if you are working as a teacher assistant at school you can ask for the head teacher to work in nurseries or receptions for the experience. Early year curriculum in England is set by the age of 3 to 5 years and used in receptions and nurseries. In 2012 educational authorities set one standard curriculum framework for learning, developing, safety and care for all children from birth to end of reception. In Wales, they extend the framework curriculum from 3 to 7 years old, means from birth to key stage 1. In Scotland curriculum focused on the document curriculum for perfection. This document concerns the curriculum for 3 to 18 years old and primary phase are show as one level, which means children will only move forward when they can hit all the targets they have given or children have achieved all the expected levels. It is a strong and stick to the plan curriculum which is good for children to push them for hard work and competition. In Northern Ireland children in
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