london, england high schooling

I have a question about London, England. (or england in general) i currently live in canada and am in the eleventh grade. I am planning on taking my grade 12 year in london, england. However, is it true that london has 13 years of high school not 12? So if i went, would i have to take two years instead of one? if so, and if only go there for one year (my 12th year) and come back to canada, would i not be graduated? would i have to take extra schooling here to graduate?

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The_Astute_Potterhead
In England, you have nursery and reception which is from 3-5 and you then have Primary School, 5-11. You then move onto Secondary school from 11-16 and afterwards College, 16-18. It's then University whichg varies in ages.
Basically, Nursery and Reception are Pre-Kindergarden, Primary is Kindergarden to 6th grade, Secondary school is 7th grade to 10th grade, College is 11th grade to 12th grade and University is College.
on March 24
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kadesta.dignam
In primary you are taught from 3 or 4 - 11 then you go to high school from 11-17 so you will have 5 years if you stay in high school. We dont have middle schools
on February 13, 2013
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