"Education is the most powerful weapon we can use to change the world" Nelson Mandela

Sunday, 13 April 2014


 Hello everyone, I'm Alba, this weeks star and my task is to publish the 36 questions of topic number 3, Organisation of Primary Education, so here they are:

1.- According to the Admission of students, based on the principles of equity and quality on LOE and LOMCE, who are the first group to get vacancy?

2.- A child from Africa, who has difficulties, is adopted by a whealthy family. They have decided to inscribe him in a private school. Could this child access to a public school if his parents had requested it?

3.-During what period of time must children acquire basic competences? What happened if the do not acquire them?

4.- If a family live at the countryside, half an hour far from the school, are the LOE and LOMCE bring assistance?

5.- Why are educational centers losing their democratic management with the LOMCE?

6.- In relation to interim staff, who is responsible for the management of their contracts? What is the criteria to contract/maintein interim staff and requisites for their section?

7.- Regarding to the secondary education, private centers, who is responsible to promote the curricular specialization?

8.- What are the sutdents' rights as defined at LOMCE?

9.- How many holiday weeks do the school year have?

10.- What are the aspects that we have to consider when planning the education provision in a specific geographical area?

11.- If a public school doesn't offer enough places, what are the criteria to access it?

12.- If you were a teacher and you noticed that some of your students have more difficulties to execute the tasks than other, would you make two different groups?

13.- How has been distributed the organization of the school stage with the implementation of the LOMCE after LOE?

14.- If we are working in a public school and there aren't enough places, what criteria you have to take into account to select students?

15.- If you were in a rural area school, in what aspects would depend the number of pupils in your school?

16.- The organization of the school year has a fixed number of school days?  

17.- There is a city that decided to have more holidays in their schools at Easter. They have 3 days more than others. Then, are there some free days left the centre can put during the year? How many are them?

18.-Keely is a girl who lives in a rural area a few kilometers from London, in this area the most part of the nieghtborhood has inequalities derived from geographical, social and economic aspects. What education authorities must do according to the article Organizational variations and alternative structures in Primary Education?

19.- Lucy has been living in Englanc since this year. This year, she has moved to Spain and wants to enter in a Primary school Education. Which would be her weekly timetable?

20.- Derek is a boy who lives in Orihuela, he is 6 years and his parents want him to start Primary Education in Santo Domingo, a private school near their house where his older brother is. Jane is a gril who has specific educational needs, she lives in Redovan and she is 6 years old. She also wants to enter at Santo Domingo's school this year. Santo Domingo has insufficient places this year so they have to choose one of them... Who will start this year at Santo Domingo? Jane or Derek?

21.- What are the main objectives of the Territorial Cooperation Programme?

22.- How many hours does a primary kid recieve per week and how can the sessions be divided?

23.- Which are the age levels and grouping pupils?

24.- What kind of things do you have to keep in mind if there are insufficient places for the admission of students?

25.- Which are the main measures that the education authorities has to carry out if a student cannot access to the school due to his geographic area?

26.- According to LOMCE, in the admission of processes in Primary Schools, when there are not enough places, have preference those students who come from Primary Schools that have attached. In addition to this, what students also have priority?

27.- Which aspects have to be considered in the planning of the education provision in the two specific geographical areas?

28.- Autonomous Communities must regulate pupils' admission to public schools. Should the also regulate it for other schools that are publicly-funded private schools? Why?

29.- What are the studies that now make up the Basic Education?

30.- What is the name of the subject that replaces "Civic Education"?

31.- Which are the core subjects in Primary Education?

32.- A student who repeated 4th grade of primary education hasn't achieved the goals at the end of 5th grade. Will he have to repear course? Why?

33.- Taking into account the geographical accessibility, what should we pay important attention to?

34.- Imagine that you want your son to be admitted in a school and the school head is taking into account if your son has siblings already registered in the school? Why do they do that?

35.- How are class groups made?

36.- Imagine that you are the principal of a school and you are the one who have the power to admit students. In which way would you do so?

Good luck to everyone from the T8T team.

See you next week.

Alba Ramsay.

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