Primary education in the EU is diverse
Children in primary school range in age from 6 to 11 (5 years of study). The following subjects are covered in the curriculum: the student's native language, morality and civics, reading, writing, arithmetic, and the concept of the metric system; French history and geography; local lore; science; observational exercises; drawing; singing; physical education; handicrafts; and needlework ( For girls).
Children can stay in kindergarten for an additional year if they turn 6 before May 31 of this year, when school begins for most children. It takes 12 years to complete both basic and secondary education. The length of time spent in primary school varies depending on the type of institution. The student starts receiving secondary education when he turns 14, and he can choose to study in a gymnasium, a secondary school with a specific focus, or a four-year vocational program.
Children must attend school beginning at age six.
In Germany, every child and teenager attends school for a minimum of nine years. Parents who neglect to ensure that their child attends school will be subject to a hefty fine.
In primary school's early years, every child studies together (Grundschule). Students who finish primary school enroll in secondary education. A certificate is the most important graduation document (Abitur). Your youngster won't be able to enroll in college without it.
The primary school system in Slovakia is structured as follows: students aged 6 to 10 attend first-grade primary school. The primary public schools offer free education. Private, or non-state, schools are compensated.
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Young Czech children will attend primary school for six to ten years. In the Czech Republic, schools emphasize sports, the arts, and language in addition to general education. Children from other countries are welcome to use the services of the Prague Adaptation Information Center.
The first two years of a 10-year education in Spain are spent at primary school, also referred to as Educación Primaria or Colegio. Primary school education lasts six years and is broken up into three cycles of two years:
The initial cycle (from 6 to 8 years)
• Second iteration (from 8 to 10 years)
• The third iteration (from 10 to 12 years)
In Poland, szkola podstawowa (primary school) starts when a child is six or seven years old. This goes on till 13 or 14.
The child must spend a year in preparation groups, which are available in kindergartens or schools, before entering the first class. A pupil who has previously learned specific knowledge and skills enters the first grade of elementary school at the age of 6-7.