The integrative total school encourages children individually. Gerd Altmann_dezignus.com / Pixelio
For many parents, it is a difficult decision: What school the child should go to primary school? It is said that high school students later have the best job opportunities, but not for every child that school is the right choice. Next Help can here the decision for an integrated comprehensive school. But what does that mean?
Integrative School - how the system works
- Actually distinguish between integrated and inclusive comprehensive schools. The terms are often interchanged but.
- Meant are mostly schools that combine all four forms of secondary school in itself.
- Until the seventh grade in integrative comprehensive schools all children are taught together.
- Thereafter they are conveyed individually in courses with different difficulty levels.
- If they reach to advanced level a given level of performance, they are free of the way to the High School.
Now you know what makes an integrative comprehensive school. But what are the advantages and disadvantages of such a school?
Weigh the pros and cons
- It is said that will be discussed more on the needs of individual children in inclusive schools overall. Thus, a child attending a remedial course in math, while visiting a heavy and demanding course in English, if it be foreign languages.
- So the child can in areas where it is endowed, are promoted and so far come at the same time in difficult areas that it does not remain seated.
- The overall level here is always higher than, for example, on a pure primary school.
- Gradually, your child can specialize so and might make at the end despite weak performance in a range graduated from high school.
- Before you send your child to an integrated comprehensive school, you should be clear, however, that will be available at the high school diploma just "comprehensive school" and not "school". For some employers can still be daunting.
- It is also possible that in weak rates that gifted children are delayed by less talented - the learning outcomes are then less than it could be.
- Moreover integrative comprehensive schools are usually full-time schools where your child is up to 16 PM.
You see, spoke many things for integrative comprehensive schools, but also some against. In summary it can be said that children are supported individually there and the system is considered very modern and forward-looking. If your child from primary school gets a high school recommendation, you should nevertheless consider to send it to a normal school.