Learning At School
A school is an educational establishment designed to offer learning environments and learning spaces for children under the instruction of qualified teachers. Most countries now have systems of formal public education, which may be either compulsory or voluntary. In such systems, children progress through a sequence of primary schools, intermediate schools and tertiary schools. At secondary school, children are required to complete courses in subjects taught by teachers designated in each area. At tertiary level, students can complete several disciplines depending on their academic choice and interests. For example, at secondary level, students may choose to complete courses in subjects related to science, humanities and liberal arts.
At primary school, children start learning the skills they will need to learn at school. These include reading, writing, math, science and geometry. Primary schools usually have the following structure: two terms schools, one primary school and one nursery school, plus one further primary school, one nursery school and one school. At this level, children stay at home between term school sessions.
At middle school, children continue to gain experience and knowledge from primary education. They gain knowledge about science, mathematics and reading. At this level, children start attending local secondary schools and attend classes during the day and at night. At middle school, children further develop their skills by participating in extracurricular activities and taking part in extra-curricular activities organized by the school. At secondary school, children are now preparing for higher educational levels including University, tertiary education and college.