School and Organisation

Assignment 1

1a.Summrise entitlement and provision for early year’s education
Under Every Child Matters agenda and the Childcare Act 2006, all children within the UK aged 3 and 4 are entitled to 15 hours a week of free early years education within nurseries and nursery schools, for up to 38 weeks per year. This ensures that all children are given the opportunity to learn and experience early year’s education regardless of their family’s circumstances. Parents can also contribute to the costs of placements if further hours are needed.
The Early Years Foundation Stage from 0-5 is based on:
* good relationships with children
* providers work closely with the parents/carers
* plays a very important role in the children’s learning and well being
The key focus of this funding is to help very child develop to their full potential, help parents return to work and allow them to make informed choices about their children’s care and their family life.
Very important is that the children work   alongside adults on focused   activity as using numbers or carrying out writing and many more different   self-selected   activity in or out of class which is helping them to their future development in their independency and self –governed persons.
1b.Explain the characteristics of the different types of schools in relation to educational stage(s)
The characteristics of the different types of school in relation to educational stages and school governance are as follows:
* Community Schools
Community schools in England and Wales is type of state funded schools .These is run by the Local Authority. The local education authority employs the schools staff. They own the building, and the land, and deal with the budget and appoint or dismiss staff.
  * Foundation and Trust Schools
Foundation Schools are run by their own governing body which determines the admissions policy in consultation with the local education.
The governors employ the staff and they own the land and...