The British School System
Children start going to primary school at the age of
The exam you take at the age of 16 is called
What do you call the exam you take at the age of 16?
- General Certificate of Secondary Education
- Certificate of General Secondary Education
- Education Certificate of Secondary School
- General Certificate of Seconardy School
Many schools have a reception year for
- four-year-old children.
- five-year-old children.
- six-year-old children.
- seven-year-old children.
After primary school you go to secondary school. So, you are ... years old when you start secondary school.
How many key stages have you got up to the age of 16?
Traditionally, British schools have
- three terms.
- four terms.
- five terms.
Nowadays schools might have up to six terms.