Schooling is one of the best part of our life and we all want to live it again and again. But logically that's not possible. Anyways, we all remember our school days very well, from that lazy and sleepy mornings to those funny and amazing classroom experiences. And the best part was a visit to the principal's office, isn't it? Keeping all these talks apart, down below are some amazing schooling systems across the world that children experience. Actually, these systems might be annoying for some kids :-P
Almost every school follows a rotation system in South Korea in which teachers and principals change schools at regular intervals of every five years since it is believed that teachers will get experience instructing in an assortment of settings through the span of their professions, and schools will get from the skill of educators coordinated to schools' needs.
Finland follows a very different structure of schooling systems in which children below the age of 7 are not allowed to be admitted in a school. Great ain't it? This is the main reason behind Finland's school systems are among the top ranking ones in Europe. It is believed that children under seven are not ready to start school in Finland, rather they need time to play and be physically active to attain a proper growth.
This is one of the most amazing schooling systems in the world. Norway, students party for around three weeks before graduating from the high school celebrating 'the Russ', a month-long celebration centered on drinking, party buses, and wild challenges from the middle of April and lasting till 17 May.
In Iran, all schools are single-sex. All things considered, this may bother for a few people yet yes its true. Young girls and boys are taught independently till the time they finish schooling and just lady teachers take classes for girls and male educators for boys.
Most schools in South Korea begin their classes at 8 AM in the first part of the day and proceed till 4 PM. Yet, that is insufficient, students need to return back to class for their second shift from 6 PM to 9-10 PM. In this way, secondary school students have twofold moves each day that makes for around 12-13 hours at school.
The only thing which make Chile among the most amazing schooling systems for students is its, Summer vacations which start from the mid-December and end in early March which is 3 whole months away from school. Kids in Chile must be like Hurrayyyyy!!!