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Discribe The Role Of The National Policies Relating To Children And Young People

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Norfolk Adult Education
City & guilds 5329 – Supporting Teaching and Learning

Unit 205 schools as organisations Learning Outcome 2. Know how schools are organised in terms of roles and responsibilities worksheet 2
External professionals | Roles, Responsibilities, and impact on the work of schools | Assessment criteria |
School nurse | Provide a variety of services such as providing health and sex education within schools, carrying out developmental screening, ...view middle of the document...

Youth Offending Teams engage young offenders in a wide range of tasks designed to put something positive back into the local community through unpaid activities, as well as preventing them from re-offending. | 2.2 6.3 |

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Norfolk Adult Education
City & Guide 5329 – supporting Teaching and Learning

Unit 205- Schools as organisations
Learning Outcome 1: Know the different types of schools in educations sector.
Worksheet 1

Different types of school | Characteristics of this type of school | Assessment criteria |
Primary (Infants & Junior):Secondary; Or three tier First school:Middle school:Upper School | 4 – 11 yrs, compulsory, State funded11 – 16 yrs, compulsory , State funded8 - 13 yrs , compulsory, co –educational, mixed ability, State funded14 – 18yrs , 14- 16 yrs compulsory, 16-18 yrs voluntary , state funded | 1.1 |
Pre-Preparatory School: | 3 - 7 yrs , mixed ability , mostly co-educational, fee-paying | |
Preparatory School: | 7 - 11 yrs , mixed ability , mostly co-educational, fee-paying | |
Public School (single Sex): | 11 – 16 yrs, compulsory , 16 – 18 yrs voluntary , mixed ability, single sex or co-educational , fee paying | |
Independent Grammar School: | 11 – 16 yrs compulsory , 16 – 18 yrs voluntary , higher ability , co – educational , single sex , state funded or fee paying | |
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Norfolk Adult Education
City & Guilds 5329- supporting Teaching and Learning

Unit 205- Schools as organisations
Learning outcome 1: Know the different types of schools in the education sector.
Main types of state school; | Characteristics of this type of school | Assessment criteria |
Community Schools: | The term ‘community school’ refers to types of publicly funded school in England, Wales and Ireland. They tend to be secondary schools. | 1.1 |
Foundation and Trust Schools: | All community schools – primary, secondary and special - have the option to investigate foundation status. This leads to a change in governance of the school such that the governing body:•Becomes the employer of the school staff •Becomes the admissions authority for the school within the requirements of the school admissions code •Takes on ownership of the school’s land and assets Foundation schools remain local authority maintained schools | |
Voluntary-aided schools: | Usually a church school which is ‘aided’ by the local authority e.g the church and LA will appoint the Head-teacher. The church helps to finance the school and has a greater membership on the governing body and worship & ethos reflects the religious aspect | |
Voluntary-controlled school. | Usually a church school which is ‘controlled’ by the local authority e.g the church and LA will appoint the Head-teacher. There are Foundation Governors on the...

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