How Do I Attend School in the United Kingdom?
A school is a non-formal educational establishment, usually designed in order to offer learning places and learning environments to students under the guidance of qualified teachers. In most countries, a child passes through a sequence of primary schools, from nursery up to Secondary School. In these systems, children progress through a succession of secondary schools until they gain admission into the University or College.
In the United States, primary schooling typically lasts from kindergarten up to twelfth grade, while in some states of the country high school is substituted for primary school. A large number of US school districts have decided to make their local public elementary schools accredited, and this has led to a growth of secondary schools throughout the country. Secondary school education in the United States is usually much more flexible than primary school, with both teachers and students able to make choices regarding classroom design and scheduling. In the United Kingdom, nearly two-thirds of secondary school students attend local state-funded schools.
Special education is a governmental organisation that is designed to give children with learning challenges an education that is based on the needs of their particular needs and circumstances. The UK government special education taskforce is called acds. There are approximately fifteen different types of special education, including autism, dyslexia, Down Syndrome, and language therapy.