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List of middle schools in England In England and Waleslocal education authorities introduced middle schools in the s and s. The notion of Middle Schools was mooted by the Plowden Report of which proposed a change to a three-tier model including First schools for children aged between 4 and 7, Middle Schools for 7—11 year-olds, and then upper or high schools for 11—16 year-olds.
In addition, some schools were provided as combined schools catering for pupils in the 5—12 age range as a combined first and middle school. However, that number began to fall in the later s with the introduction of the National Curriculum. The new curriculum's splits in Key Stages at age 11 encouraged the majority of local education authorities to return to a two-tier system of Primary sometimes split into Infant schools and Junior schools and Secondary schools.
The system of middle schools has fallen into complete disuse. Thus, schools which have more primary year groups than KS3 or KS4 are termed deemed primaries or middles-deemed-primaries, while those with more secondary-aged pupils, or with pupils in Y11 are termed deemed secondaries or middles-deemed-secondaries.
For statistical purposes, such schools are often included under primary and secondary categories "as deemed". Legally all-through schools are also considered middle schools deemed secondaryalthough they are rarely referred to as such.
Scotland[ edit ] In Scotlanda similar system to the English one was trialled in Grangemouth middle schoolsFalkirk between and Northern Ireland[ edit ] In Northern Irelandin the Armagh, Banbridge and Craigavon District Council area in County Armaghthe Dickson Plan operates, whereby pupils attend a primary school from ages 4—10, a junior high school from 11—14, and a senior high school or grammar school from 14— This is not dissimilar to the middle school system.
Education in the United States Middle schools in the United States usually cover grades5—8, 6—8, or 7—8. Historically, local public control and private alternatives have allowed for some variation in the organization of schools.
Elementary school includes kindergarten through to sixth gradeor kindergarten through to fifth grade, i. Basic subjects are taught and pupils often remain in one or two classrooms throughout the school day, except for physical educationlibrarymusicand art classes. Inthere were about 3. The range defined by either is often based on demographic factors, such as an increase or decrease in the relative numbers of younger or older students, with the aim of maintaining stable school populations.
Also, pupils are able to choose some of their class subjects electives. As time passed, the junior high school concept increased quickly as new school districts proliferated, or systems modernized buildings and curricula.
This expansion continued through the s. A Principal's Guide, said that "[a] major problem" for the original model was "the inclusion of the ninth grade", because of the lack of instructional flexibility, due to the requirement of having to earn high school credits in the ninth grade—and that "the fully adolescent ninth grader in junior high school did not seem to belong with the students experiencing the onset of puberty".
Wiles said, "At first, it was difficult to determine the difference between a junior high school and a middle school, but as the middle school became established, the differences became more pronounced [ Education in Uruguay In Uruguaythe public middle school consists of two stages, one mandatory called "Basic Cycle" or "First Cycle".This minute webcast is a thorough introduction to the challenges facing teachers of English language learners in middle and high school.
Dr. I teach 7th grade Life Science, however, about 1/3rd of my students are reading at a 5th grade level or below (as measured by iReady).
Students do not get their own textbook but we sometimes use the set of textbooks in the classroom (Science Explorer by Prentice Hall, and Exploring Life Science by Prentice Hall, ).
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