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In the United Kingdom, independent schools (also sometimes described as public schools) are fee-charging schools, typically governed by an elected board of governors and independent of many of the regulations and conditions that apply to state-funded schools. For example, pupils do not have to follow the National Curriculum. Historically, the term 'private school' referred to a school in private ownership, in contrast to an endowed school subject to a trust or of charitable status. Many of the older and more exclusive independent schools catering for the 13–18 age range in England and Wales are known as public schools, seven of which were the subject of the Public Schools Act 1868. The term 'public school' derived from the fact that they were then open to pupils regardless of where they li

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  • In the United Kingdom, independent schools (also sometimes described as public schools) are fee-charging schools, typically governed by an elected board of governors and independent of many of the regulations and conditions that apply to state-funded schools. For example, pupils do not have to follow the National Curriculum. Historically, the term 'private school' referred to a school in private ownership, in contrast to an endowed school subject to a trust or of charitable status. Many of the older and more exclusive independent schools catering for the 13–18 age range in England and Wales are known as public schools, seven of which were the subject of the Public Schools Act 1868. The term 'public school' derived from the fact that they were then open to pupils regardless of where they lived or their religion (while in the USA and most other English speaking countries, 'public school' refers to a publicly funded state school). Prep (preparatory) schools educate younger children up to the age of 13 to 'prepare' them for entry to the public schools and other independent schools. Some former grammar schools converted to an independent fee-charging model following the 1965 Circular 10/65, and the subsequent cessation in 1975 of government funding support to direct grant grammar schools. Others converted into state funded comprehensive schools. There are around 2,600 independent schools in the UK, which educate around 615,000 children, some 7 per cent of all British children and 18 per cent of pupils over the age of 16. In addition to charging tuition fees, many also benefit from gifts, charitable endowments and charitable status. Many of these schools are members of the Independent Schools Council. In 2017, the average annual cost for private schooling was £14,102 for day school and £32,259 for boarding school. The Independent Schools Yearbook has been published annually since 1986. This was a name change of a publication that started in 1889 as The Public Schools Yearbook (en)
  • 在英國,獨立學校(也被稱為私立學校,及在某些情況下指公學)是一間由私人資源資助的學校,資源的主要形式是學費、饋贈和長期慈善捐贈基金,並不受國家財政條例管制。英國大約有2,500間獨立學校,教育大約615,000名學童(佔全英國兒童僅僅多於7%,佔16歲以上學生大約18%)。 大約10%的英國獨立學校是公學,一般而言擁有悠久歷史和傳統、及作為成員學校。 (zh)
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  • 在英國,獨立學校(也被稱為私立學校,及在某些情況下指公學)是一間由私人資源資助的學校,資源的主要形式是學費、饋贈和長期慈善捐贈基金,並不受國家財政條例管制。英國大約有2,500間獨立學校,教育大約615,000名學童(佔全英國兒童僅僅多於7%,佔16歲以上學生大約18%)。 大約10%的英國獨立學校是公學,一般而言擁有悠久歷史和傳統、及作為成員學校。 (zh)
  • In the United Kingdom, independent schools (also sometimes described as public schools) are fee-charging schools, typically governed by an elected board of governors and independent of many of the regulations and conditions that apply to state-funded schools. For example, pupils do not have to follow the National Curriculum. Historically, the term 'private school' referred to a school in private ownership, in contrast to an endowed school subject to a trust or of charitable status. Many of the older and more exclusive independent schools catering for the 13–18 age range in England and Wales are known as public schools, seven of which were the subject of the Public Schools Act 1868. The term 'public school' derived from the fact that they were then open to pupils regardless of where they li (en)
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  • Independent school (United Kingdom) (en)
  • 獨立學校 (英國) (zh)
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