This write-up is an introduction to unique education in Irish secondary schools. Schools like King’s College Budo, Gayaza Higher School and St Mary’s Kitante will not take any pupils with an aggregate of much more than four for boys and 5 for girls in PLE – in other words, only these with the quite highest scores feasible. In basic students in secondary college are eligible for the same supports as in primary school. Some post-secondary institutions are approved to grant Post-Secondary Perform Permit after graduation.
Unless i am substantially mistaken the differentiation among old grammar schools and state schools at secondary level was that you had to take the ’11-plus’ exam to get into a grammar college, which have been a lot more academic as opposed to the state and tech schools of the time which had a more vocational and practical emphasis.
In theory there have been also Secondary Technical schools, that had been intended to train mechanics and technicians (electricians, plumbers – extremely skilled manual workers) but many towns in no way set one up, and they never got the status they had been intended to – possibly the initial example of many of the failure of high-status vocational education.
Some of them also became Integrated Programme (IP) schools, meaning the students are presented a via-train to the GCE ‘A’ levels or International Baccalaureate (only for ACSI) or NUS High School Diploma (only for NUS High), by-passing the GCE ” level examinations.
If a person (from abroad any uni or immigration workplace) asks me to submit post secondary educational certificates / degree, do i want to send my FA / FSc cert also or technically it need to be only these degrees / cert that i have received soon after my FA / FSc.