About Secondary Education And Training In The Conservatory

Original Language Title: o středním vzdělávání a vzdělávání v konzervatoři

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13/2005 Sb.



DECREE



of 29 April 2004. December 2004



about secondary education and training in the Conservatory



374/2006: Sb.



400/2009: Sb.



The Ministry of education, youth and sports, establishes, pursuant to § 7 para. 3,

§ 7, § 23 para. 3, § 26 para. 4, § 31 para. 1, § 71, § 83 para. 5, §

paragraph 84. 3, § 85 para. 3 and section 91 paragraph 2. 1 of the law No. 561/2004 Coll.

pre-school, primary, secondary, higher vocational and other education

(the Education Act):



PART THE FIRST



SECONDARY EDUCATION



§ 1



Types of secondary schools



Types of secondary schools according to their focus for the purposes of marking

they are: high school, secondary school, secondary vocational school,

school, secondary agricultural school, gardening

school, secondary school, secondary forestry wine school, fishing

school, medical school, hotel school, teaching

school, secondary art school, secondary school of aplied arts,

Business College, technical school, vocational school and practical school.



§ 2



The number of pupils in a secondary school, in the classroom and the rules for dividing and joining

classes in education



(1) the lowest number of pupils in the school with a full complement of 60 years.



(2) education in schools with a scope in which it is as part of the admission

the procedure sets the framework educational program, you may test the talent pool

be the lowest number of pupils at the school 30. These schools are not covered by the

the provisions of paragraph 3.



(3) the lowest average number of pupils in a class is 17.



(4) the maximum number of pupils in a class is 30.



(5) the Director of the school for teaching some classes may articles divided into

the group, the Group associate or create pupils from the same or different

vintages. In determining the number and size of the groups is the Director of the school

shall take into account:



and) requirements for health and safety of pupils,



(b) didactic and methodological sophistication) of the subject,



(c)) the specifics of pupils with special educational needs and pupils

gifted,



d) character is being learned knowledge and skills,



e) requirements for spatial and material security learning

framework educational programme,



(f) the efficiency of the learning process) in terms of the objectives set

education and in economic terms.



(6) the highest number of pupils in a group on one teacher training

determined by the specific legislation. ^ 1) Teaching is organised so

to make the smallest possible number of groups while respecting the principles set out in

paragraph 5, whereby it is possible to use the teaching for pupils joining more

classes or grades.



(7) foreign language training is done in groups formed for the

foreign language. The lowest average number of pupils in the group in one year is

9 and the highest number of pupils in the group is 23. The Group may be made up of pupils

from multiple classes in the same year.



§ 3



Evaluation of the results of education of pupils on the school report



(1) the results of the education of the pupil in each of the compulsory and optional

the articles provided for school education in the case of

using the classification on the scoreboard assesses the degree of benefit:



and) 1-excellent,



(b)) 2-the praiseworthy,



(c)), 3-good,



d) 4-sufficient,



e) 5-insufficient.



2) it is not possible to assess from a student of the subject, it shall be indicated on the

report card for the respective subject grade instead of the benefit of the word

"(and) remain unranked."



(3) If the student is out of teaching a subject completely unloaded ^ 1a),

It shall be indicated on the scoreboard with a competent subject matter instead of the degree of benefit

the word "released".



(4) the results of the education of the pupil in each of the compulsory and optional

the articles provided for school education in the case of

the use of the word described so that it was clear the achieved level

education of the student in relation to the objectives of education and

the educational and moral assumptions.



(5) in the daily form education pupil behavior evaluated the degree of reviews:



and) 1-very good



(b)) 2-satisfactory,



(c)) 3-unsatisfactory.



(6) the overall assessment of the pupil on the scoreboard reflects the degree of:



and) passed with distinction,



(b)) pass (a),



c) fail (s),



d) remain unranked (and).



(7) the pupil pass with distinction, if there is no classification or verbal

reviews after its transfer to classification in any statutory subject matter worse

than grade 2-praiseworthy and the average benefit from the mandatory items

It is not worse than 1.50 and behavior is rated as very good. In the fields of

education groups 82 art, applied art is further required in professional

the articles, which lays down the framework educational program, getting 1-

excellent.



(8) the Student passed, if there is no classification or verbal rating after the conversion

to classification in one of the compulsory subject expressed a degree of 5-

insufficient.



(9) the pupil fail, is if the classification or verbal rating after the conversion

to classification in one of the compulsory subject expressed a degree of 5-

insufficient or if the pupil is not evaluated any of the subject at the end of

the second half of the year ^ 1b).



(10) the pupil is remain unranked, if it is not possible to evaluate from a

the subject at the end of the first half or the replacement of the term "^ 1 c).



§ 4



Rules for the evaluation of the results of education of pupils



Rules for the evaluation are based on the requirements of the framework and school

educational programs are part of the school of law and always contain:



and the ongoing evaluation and) policy, evaluation of the results of education at

the report card,



(b) the degree of benefit, criteria)



(c) the details of the komisionálních tests),



(d)) and the method of evaluation progress in education based on individual

the educational plan,



e) course and the method of evaluation of education in these fields of study and in the

summary the study for obtaining secondary education with re-training and

secondary education with the GCSE,



(f)) and the method of evaluation in the course of the evening, remote, distant and

the combined form of education.



§ 5



Individual educational plan



(1) in the individual education plan permitted by other serious

the reasons ^ 2) is determined by the specific organization of teaching and learning in length

maintain the content and scope of the training provided for school education

the program.



(2) the Director of the school introduces the pupil and legal guardian of a minor pupil with

the course of education based on individual educational plan and with deadlines

of the tests. Individual educational plan, signed by the principal of the school, the pupil

and the legal representative of the minor pupil, becomes part of a personal

documentation of the pupil.



§ 6



Final exam in film



(1) the Komisionální exam held pupil in these cases:



and the test of professional) subjects, which lays down a framework

program in art education, ^ 3)



(b)) if resits, ^ 4)



c) If examination of the komisionální ^ 5).



(2) Komisionální test referred to in paragraph 1 (b). (b)), and (c)) can pupil take place

in one day of not more than one.



(3) Komisionální test of the reasons mentioned in paragraph 1 (b). (b)) can

the pupil in the second half to take place first in the month of August, the competent

the school year, if an adult or legal guardian of a minor pupil pupil

agrees with the Director of the school of the earlier term; in the case of the last disciple

year of education will meet the Director of the school's request for earlier dates always.



(4) the details concerning the holding of komisionální tests, including the composition of the

Commission for komisionální tests, exams and how to date

notice to the pupil and the legal representative of a minor pupil regarding the results of the

the test provides for the Director of the school ^ 5a) and publish it in an accessible place in the

school.



§ 7



Recognition of the comprehensive education of the pupil



(1) A comprehensive formal education pupil's education is considered to be in the Middle

school, the Conservatory, the higher technical school or high school in the United

Republic or abroad, which is substantiated by proof of its successful

termination, or other provable way. Proof of successful completion of

education abroad shall bear a recognition or endorsement

certificate of equivalency of education. ^ 6)



(2) the Director shall recognise those parts of the school education programme, whose

the content and scope is the same as in the same time a study scope and achievements

education.



§ 8



Recognition of partial education pupil



For partial pupil's education is considered to be the passing of only some

years of other secondary schools, conservatories, colleges or

high schools in the Czech Republic or abroad, or other education,

particularly in professional courses or language school with the law of the State

language exams.



§ 9



When recording the recognition of educational attainment on the dates the school to

the relevant sections for the evaluation of pupil lists the expression "certified" with a reference to

an endnote, which will be on the back of the report card contain more

details. In the mandatory documentation of the school shall apply mutatis mutandis.



§ 10



Educational measures



(1) the Director of the school may, at its discretion, or on the basis of

initiative of the other legal or natural person pupil grant praise or


other awards for extraordinary manifestation of humanity, civic or school

initiatives, meritorious or courageous act or for his long-term successful

job.



(2) the class teacher or the teacher training based on

the decision itself or on the initiative of the other teachers

the pupil after consultation with the principal of the school to grant praise or other

Award for distinctive speech school initiatives or for prolonged

successful work.



(3) when the culpable violation of obligations established the school regulations can be

According to the seriousness of this breach of pupil save:



and the class teacher's admonition,)



(b) an admonition of vocational training),



(c) reprimand the class teacher)



d) reprimand a teacher training, or



e) reprimand the Director of the school.



(4) the rules for the granting of praise and other awards, and saving

admonishment and důtek are part of the school of law.



(5) the class teacher or the teacher training shall immediately notify the

Save the waves of the Director of the school.



(6) the Director of the school or class teacher or teacher training

shall immediately notify the award compliments and other awards or save

admonition or reprimand, and the reasons for it can be proved in the pupil and

legal representative of the minor pupil.



(7) the granting of credit, and other awards and the imposition of admonition or reprimand

shall be recorded in the documentation of the school. ^ 7)



Theoretical teaching



§ 11



(1) the Director of the school provides education in the daily form of beginning and end of

theoretical teaching so that it starts usually in 8 hours, first in 7

hours, and ends no later than 20 hours. The highest number of teaching hours

required courses in one day with a lunch break is 8 hours, in

exceptional cases, 9 pm, without lunch break 7 hours. In the fields of

education aimed at the sports training, the beginning and the end

the theoretical instruction shall in accordance with training needs

of the relevant sector.



(2) as a rule after the second lesson refers to a break in the length of the

15 to 20 minutes. Among other lessons to break

as a general rule, a 10-minute length of the lunch break is at least 30 minutes.



(3) in articles that contain the selected subject matter, may be part of

theoretical teaching exercise. Exercise takes place usually in

classrooms, specialist classrooms and labs. The conditions under which the

the exercises take place, provides school educational program.



Practical teaching



§ 12



Terms of the contract on the content, scope and conditions for the practical

teaching



Agreement on the content, scope and conditions for the on-the-job training ^ 8)

includes in particular:



and fields of education and type of) activities that pupils in practical teaching

to carry out,



(b)) the venue of the on-the-job training,



c) on-the-job training schedule, its length and the day of its launch,



(d)) the number of pupils who take part in on-the-job training,



(e)) the provision of tools used in practical teaching and

the mode of transportation of pupils to the place of the on-the-job training,



(f) the remuneration of pupils for) way of productive activity,



g) measures to ensure the safety and health in the practical

teaching, including protective measures that must be taken, in particular,

with indication of personal protective equipment and to ensure the

the hygiene conditions in the practical teaching



h) conditions of cooperation designated employee of a legal person

performing activities of schools and authorized employees of natural or

legal persons in the organisation and management of practical teaching on the

workplaces, natural or legal persons and the requirements for the exercise of

the activity responsible for the staff of the natural or legal person (hereinafter

"instructor"),



I) arrangements for the reimbursement of costs that other natural or legal person

proven and necessarily arise solely for the purpose of the implementation of the

the on-the-job training at the workplace.



section 13 of the



Professional training



(1) vocational training lies in the acquisition of basic skills,

activities and habits, the manufacture of the products in the performance of the services or in the performance of

the works, which have a material value.



(2) in vocational training is in the form of daily education teaching unit

a school day; in the first year must not be longer than 6 teaching

hours.



(3) the morning teaching in teaching day in daily form education

starting first in 7 hours and afternoon teaching in teaching day in

daily form education ends at 8 pm at the latest. In justified

cases the Director may in time form of training schools to determine the origin of the

the morning teaching pupils of others, third-and fourth-year students from 6

hours and the end of the afternoon teaching third-and fourth-year students of pupils in

22 hours. Weekly schedule of teaching pupils adjusted to between the end of

one school day and the beginning of the following day should rest

at least 12 hours.



(4) as a rule after the second hour of the vocational training to be held in the school or

in a school is classified a break of 15 to 25 minutes.



(5) If the pupils held professional training in the workplace physical or

legal persons, have a break, in accordance with their staff in accordance

with the provisions of the labour code. The length of breaks is not counted until the

the duration of the school day.



(6) professional training carried out at school or in a school

conducts teacher training. Practicing the skills of pupils in

workplaces, natural or legal persons shall be carried out under the guidance and

the supervision of the instructor. Instructor at the same time not more than 6 leads students.



§ 14



Exercise



The exercise is part of the on-the-job training in subjects that reinforce

vocational education and training students. Exercise takes place usually in

specialist classrooms, laboratories and workshops, or in the workplace

natural or legal persons. The conditions under which they exercise

is conducted, provides school educational program.



§ 15



Instructional practice, professional practice and artistic practice



(1) Teaching practice, professional practice and artistic practice takes place in the

the scope of the framework educational programme in schools, in

schools or work places of natural or legal

persons.



(2) Teaching practice is carried out as part of the classroom on a regular basis.

Professional practice and artistic practice is carried out as part of the teaching in

blocks, typically in whole weeks.



(3) Instructional practice, professional practice and artistic practice taught by the teacher

Professional and artistic vocational subjects and practical teacher

teaching. Practicing the skills of pupils in the workplace physical or

legal persons may be carried out under the guidance and supervision of the instructors.



(4) the organisation of the teaching practice, professional practice, or artistic

the practice provides for the Director of the school according to the focus of the field of education and

in accordance with the conditions laid down for the progress of education in the framework education

program.



section 16 of the



Sports preparation



(1) a lesson in sports preparation represents training

unit of 45 minutes. The maximum number of training units in the

one day is 6.



(2) the annual number of training units shall be determined in accordance with the framework

the educational program.



(3) the morning teaching in the school day begins at 7 am and the first

afternoon in the school day ends at 8 pm at the latest. In

justified cases, the Director may determine the origin of the school morning

teaching from 6 hours and the end of the afternoon teaching in 22 hours. Weekly

schedule of teaching pupils adjusted to between the end of one

the school day and the start of the next day, they rest as a rule

12 hours.



Sports training and other courses and extra-curricular activities



§ 17



(1) high school may, in accordance with the school's educational program:



and ski) to organize educational courses, sports or

Sightseeing tourist courses and other events related to the educational

educational activities of the school,



(b)) to provide students opportunities to populate the free time out of school activities

focusing in particular on active recreation, development of their capabilities and

interests, teaching and preparation for participation in competitions and shows.



(2) among the participants of the trip abroad shall include only those pupils, school

who have concluded insurance of medical expenses abroad and insurance

liability applicable in the territory of the competent State. In the case of

the exit to the Member State of the European Union will suffice instead of an insurance

medical costs European health insurance card or certificate

This card replacement. The pupil is a minor and shall submit the written consent

legal guardian.



PART TWO



EDUCATION IN THE CONSERVATORY



section 18



(1) the lowest number of pupils at the Conservatory is 80. The size of the Department depends on the

his professional focus and on the number of pupils studying in the fields of education

music, singing, dancing or musical and dramatic arts. The lowest number of pupils in the

the Department is 5. The highest number of students in the Department is 500.



(2) Department in the Conservatoire is a workplace where takes place the General


education, vocational training or professional theoretical specially

prepare pupils for performance demanding artistic and artistic-pedagogical

activities. The remit of the Department include the development of a specific folder

artistic discipline, preparation and implementation of the parts of the school education

programs, educational, educational, artistic and other creative activities.

The Department consists of teaching staff and pupils of all grades, learners

the focus of the artistic field. The Department is headed by a head of

the Department, which appoints and dismisses the Director of the Conservatory.



§ 19



The Commission for the final komisionální test ^ 9) is not less than three members.

The Commission consists of the President, the examiner, which is generally a teacher teacher

Faculty, student, and member of the item that has the professional

qualifications for teaching the same subject or a relative. The result of the test

the President will announce publicly on the day of the test.



section 20



For pupils who are educated in the osmiletém training programme for the

dance, the school also provides full-day education, meals and accommodation.



PART THREE



COMMON, TRANSITIONAL AND FINAL PROVISIONS



section 21



In the case of the release of student with disabilities from teaching ^ 10)

Director of the school on the recommendation of school guidance device

ensure that an alternative method of education of the pupil, or spare-time activities

teaching the relevant subject. On the first or the last lesson

the pupil can release without compensation.



section 22



If in the special legislation governing basic education and

implementation of compulsory schooling is not mentioned, that also applies to pupils of lower

grade eight-year and six-year grammar school playing in high school

compulsory school attendance, it shall proceed according to the provisions of this Ordinance.



Article 23 of the



The provisions of this Ordinance also apply to curriculum, shortened

study for the acquisition of secondary education with re-training and short

study for obtaining secondary education to GCSE.



section 24



The numbers of pupils in the school and in the classroom until the end of the school year 2004/2005

determined in accordance with the existing legislation.



§ 25



The provisions relating to education in the middle school also apply to

education in the Conservatory, unless otherwise specified in this Decree.



section 26



Shall be repealed:



1. Decree No. 354/1991 Coll., on secondary schools.



2. Decree No. 187/1992 Coll., amending and supplementing Decree No.

354/1991 Coll., on secondary schools.



3. Decree No. 241/1993 Coll., amending and supplementing the Ordinance

The Ministry of education, youth and sports of the Czech Republic.

354/1991 Coll., on secondary education, as amended by Decree No. 187/1992 Coll.



4. Decree No. 144/2003 Coll., amending Decree No. 354/1991 Coll.

secondary schools, as subsequently amended.



5. Decree 235/2003 Coll., amending Decree No. 354/1991 Coll.

secondary schools, as subsequently amended, Decree No. 442/1991

Coll., on termination of their studies in secondary schools and vocational education institutions, as amended by

Act No. 138/1995 Coll. and Decree No. 35/1992 Coll. on parent

schools.



section 27 of the



This Decree shall take effect on the date of its publication.



Minister:



JUDr. Buzek in r.



1) Government Regulation No. 689/2004 Coll., on the system of education in the disciplines

primary, secondary and higher vocational education.



1A) section 67 para. 2 of the Act 561/2004 Coll. No.



1B) § 69 para. 6 of Act No. 561/2004 Coll.



1 c) § 69 para. 5 of law No 561/2004 Sb.



2) section 18 of Act No. 561/2004 Coll. on pre-school, primary, secondary,

higher vocational and other education (the Education Act).



3) § 69 para. 4 of law No. 561/2004 Coll.



4) § 69 para. 7 of law 561/2004 Coll.



5) § 69 para. 9 of Act No. 561/2004 Coll.



§ 164 paragraph 5a). 1 (b). and Act No. 561/2004) Sb.



6) section 108 of the Act No. 561/2004 Coll.



7) section 28 of Act No. 561/2004 Coll.



section 65 paragraph 8). 2 and § 71 of Act No. 561/2004 Coll.



9) § 90 para. 4 of law No. 561/2004 Coll.



10) section 67 para. 2 of the Act 561/2004 Coll. No.