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Pre-primary education


Definition:

Pre-primary education covers children from the beginning of the school year in the calendar year when the child turns 3 until the end of the school year in the calendar year when the child reaches the age of 7. It is implemented in nursery schools, pre-primary sections in primary schools and in other forms of pre-school education (pre-primary education units and pre-primary centres). The purpose of pre-primary education is to provide children with care, support their individual development, implement the core curriculum and prepare them for learning at school.


Source:
  • Act of 14 December 2016, the Law on School Education
    Place of publication: (Dz. U. z 2020 r. poz. 910, z późn. zm.)

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