In this section you will learn about the secondary education system in France and how its various levels and exams compare to those of the British system.
Students take this examination at the end of their final year of junior high school (3ème/year 10). The key subjects are evaluated through end of year exams and class test marks awarded over the previous two years, as well as student behavior and coursework grades. The end of year examinations consist of three papers; in French, Mathematics (...)
Approximately 45% to 55% of secondary level students in North West France are now taught under the private system. Many secondary schools now have private sector status and, unlike private schools, do not have to be secular, so are generally Catholic institutions. However, if a school operates under contract it does receive funding from the (...)
Students who intend to go on to vocational training after collège (junior high school) can opt to take the Certificate of General Education (CFG) in 3ème (year 10), which will eventually lead on to taking the Certificat d’Aptitude Professionelle (CAP) at a vocational school (Lycée Professionelle). The Certificate of General Education is a French (...)
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