I quite enjoy being spoon fed through exams tbh.
I was neither. I went to a school that was independently funded, the pupils didn't make a contribution but neither did the state.
My sister is at private school, one that i was offered a part scholarship at but didn't want to take.
I've got a lot of friends at both types of school, but it does really depend on the student how they turn out as well.
Exactly what does 'spoon-feeding' people through exams involve?
Maybe TheWolf would like to explain? Since I've not been privately educated I would really know tbh, but it almost certainly doesn't involve learning 2/3 of the course without a teacher as I'm doing this year in one of my subjects.
But that's not being spoon fed through exams, is it? In the state system, you're entitled to a teacher if the school offers the subject; it's your school's problem, nothing to do with the fact that they went to private school.
Can someone fill me in please. I'm not from the UK, but aren't private schools better, in terms of teaching and facilities? That is why parents pay for them right? Yet why do some people feel it's unfair that the private school people have better teaching, and hence creating dislike between private schoolers and state schoolers?
One of my teachers( who has worked in both the state and private sectors) said that many of the pupils that she taught in the state sector just didnt want to work. Maybe thats why the private pupils are achieving better.When you know you've got money being spent on you ,you kind of feel that anything less than an A is a fail. Major generalisation, I know!