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Newsletter March 16 - 2003FREE email English course
Dear Friend,

Today Alan is giving us an insight into the British education system.
"Backing the Baccalaurate" by Alan Townend

There is something very peculiar in the English education system. I say 'English' what I should say is 'English and Welsh' because for administrative purposes the two are linked together and the system is different in Scotland. It seems strange, doesn't it? Especially when you consider the size of the British Isles but then therein lies the problem. We are literally an insular people and whereas inhabitants of mainland Europe can get in a car and travel to different European countries nowadays without too much problem since the customs checkpoints do not really have a great significance to the average person anymore, in Britain there is always the channel to negotiate, either over or under. I've noticed this over the last few years driving through Europe. In fact the only customs point where we seem to be most scrutinized is when we get back to Dover! Still, I am wandering away a little from the central question whether education in an international school is preferable. The answer for me is totally positive and I wholeheartedly support international schools as far as their existence in Britain is concerned...

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