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PostSubject: Scotland and Englands Education Differences   Sun Apr 11, 2010 3:36 pm

This has often happend we have to explain what our year is in another country. Here is a simple way to check it out.

Age 4-6: Scotland: Primary 1: England: Reception/Year 1
Age 5-7: Scotland: Primary 2: England: Year 1/2
Age 6-8: Scotland: Primary 3: England: Year 2/3
Age 7-9: Scotland: Primary 4: England: Year 3/4
Age 8-10: Scotland: Primary 5: England: Year 4/5
Age 9-11: Scotland: Primary 6: England: Year 5/6
Age 10-12: Scotland: Primary 7: England: Year 6/7

Age: 11-13: Scotland: S1: England: Year 7/8
Age: 12-14: Scotland: S2: England: Year 8/9
Age: 13-15: Scotland: S3: England: Year 9/10
Age: 14-16: Scotland: S4: England: Year 10/11
Age: 15-17: Scotland: S5: England: Year 11/12
Age: 16-18: Scotland: S6: England: Year 12/13
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PostSubject: Re: Scotland and Englands Education Differences   Sun Apr 11, 2010 4:09 pm

Wales and Northern Ireland are the same as England, so i have just found out. Then again Wales seems to be the least independent of the four nations.
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