Education System and Schools In China

China, known as the Republic of China, a country in Eastern Asia. China has the largest population in the world and the fourth largest country. The education system of this country is also in one of the top countries. Standard of education in China is very high, as in the past few years the economy of China has developed so fast. This country is very well famous for the production of electronics goods. Schooling in China will be compulsory until the age of 15 years. Let’s know more about the Education System and Schools In China.

Education in China

Education in China divided into different parts which need to pass to get promoted in a new class. It’s divided into three years of Kindergarten. Also five to six years of primary school and three to six years of middle school. These are the mandatory levels of education for every student. After these, students may opt for higher education in various fields.

Chinese School System Ages

Pre-Primary Education – 2 to 6-7 years

Primary Education – 6-7 to 12 years

Junior Middle School – 12 to 15 years

Senior Middle School – 15 to 18 years

Pre-Primary School

Pre-Primary School or Childcare often considered an essential part of a child’s education. It’s available for the children having age more than two years. These schools engage children in various activities which are essential for academic growth. Pre-primary school is not mandatory in some area. The spots for childcare or pre-primary schools fill up so quickly, as Chinese are very much concern about their children’s education. The Chinese language taught at these schools as their mother tongue.

Primary Education

Primary Education in Chinese school starts at the age of the six to seven years. In schools, primary education provided at no cost. Chinese schools differ from western schools in many manners. In initial days, the students are taught Chinese and mathematics which also called as the “The Big Two”. Children in this phase also instructed some of the extra activities like music, art, dance etc.

Middle Education

Middle Education starts at the age of 12 to 18 years. Divided into junior middle school and senior middle school in the public school of China. Junior middle education is compulsory for all the students and after completing that students may opt for senior middle school, vocational school or a professional school.

Some of the Best International Schools in China:

sources: internations.orgchinapower.csis.org


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