Poland Pre Primary Education Sector

Date: March 22, 2011
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Poland Pre Primary Education Sector
EXECUTIVE SUMMARY

Poland counts among one of the top ten countries in European Union, characterized by wide distribution of population wherein Warsaw, Lodz and Krakow are largest populated areas. Urban and rural areas divide the standard of education, accessibility, student population and help from government institutions. Poland has a stable political environment building a strong economy as compared to other Eastern European countries. During the economic crisis the country showed relatively stable performance.

Pre primary sector is highly fragmented with many national and international players contributing in the market; also there are government and not for profit foundations running nursery schools to make access of basic education. Pre-school education in Poland underwent certain changes caused by a decrease in the number of pre-school children and by the partial introduction of fees into this type of educational institution.

In the school year 2008/2009 63.06% of the 3 to 6 year-old population attended pre-school establishments. While number of students in pre-schools are higher in towns (78.43%) than in rural areas (42.66%).

The overall pre-primary education market which includes public and private schools, reached to USD ~ million up by 12.7% from previous year performance, showing a positive outlook in near future. This market is expected to reach USD ~ million by 2015 with a CAGR of 5.33% (2010-2015) driven by rising birth rate, increasing number of schools, student population and government initiatives.

The child care and youth care services are offered by both - special educational institutions such as special education care centres, rehabilitation and resort houses for children as well as extracurricular care services of school.

The report on Pre-primary education in Poland covers number of pre primary schools in urban and rural areas with number of students registered; there is a distinction of boys and girls population. The report analyses the market size of the pre primary sector and forecast which define the future opportunities in the sector. Report also discusses major reforms and factors influencing the industry growth. There is statistics on pre-school and child care market. We have also covered market restraints, macro economic factors and competition which influence the industry growth.

SCOPE OF THE RESEARCH
  • The report gives a detailed analysis of the Poland Pre-primary education sector with discussion of market past performance, present analyses and future outlook of the industry.
  • Report discuses regulatory environment which influences market positioning and growth.
  • Discusses industry players positioning, market share, further scope for new and existing players.
  • This research report helps the domestic and international players looking for potential in the pre-primary segment.
1. POLAND PRE-PRIMARY EDUCATION INDUSTRY

1.1. Industry Overview
1.2. Poland Education Structure

2. STATISTICS ON PRE-SCHOOL AND CHILDCARE EDUCATION MARKET

2.1. Pre-primary students in Nursery schools
  2.1.1. Comparison of Urban and Rural Areas
2.2. Pre-primary Sections in Primary Schools
  2.2.1. Comaprision of Urban and Rural Areas
2.3. Market Size of Pre-primary Education Sector
2.4. Childcare Market

3. INDUSTRY DRIVING FACTORS

3.1. Economy Growth
3.2. Population and Employment Rates
3.3. Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) Trends
3.4. Changing Lifestyle

4. PRESENT OPPORTUNITIES AND REFORMS

4.1. Multimedia in Pre-schools
4.2. Demand for English Teaching
4.3. High Expectations from Poland in EU Education Goals
4.4. Benefit of Pre-primary Education opens new doors
4.5. Trend in Non-public Schools
4.6. Development of skills and competences in the regions
4.7. Use of Technology in Junior Level
4.8. Education Structural Reforms
4.9. Pre primary Teachers and Training

5. MARKET RESTRAINTS

5.1. Low Pre-school Attendance rates
5.2. Increasing Fees in Private Sector
5.3. Education of children at risk of social exclusion
5.4. Lack of Pre-schools in Rural Areas

6. MACRO-ECONOMIC INDICATORS: CURRENT AND PROJECTIONS

6.1. Basic Statistics
6.2. Employment Structure By Sectors Of The Economy
  6.2.1. Employment Rate

7. COMPETITIVE LANDSCAPE

7.1. Pre-primary Students by types of foundation
7.2. Private Schools/Institutions

8. APPENDIX

8.1. Abbreviations
8.2. Translations
8.3. Market Definitions
8.4. Disclaimer

LIST OF FIGURES

Figure 1: Poland Education Industry Structure
Figure 2: Percentage of Students in Pre-schools (Division by Urban and Rural) (2006 & 2010)
Figure 3: Total Number of Pre-Primary Students and Forecast (2004-2015E)
Figure 4: Pre-primary Education Market Size and Forecast by Value in Poland (2004-2015E)
Figure 5: Poland GDP Growth Rates (2005-2010)
Figure 6: Internet Usage and Population Statistics (2000-2010)
Figure 7: Full and Part Time Teachers in Persons According to the type of School (2009/10)
Figure 8: Full and Part time Teachers in Full time equivalents according to the type of school (2009/10)
Figure 9: Comparison of Major Players on the Basis of Number of Students in 2009

LIST OF TABLES

Table 1: Overall Number of Nursery Schools and Students (2000-2009)
Table 2: Number of Nursery Schools and Students in Urban Areas (2000-2009)
Table 3: Number of Nursery Schools and Students in Rural Areas (2000-2009)
Table 4: Total Number of Pre-Primary Sections in primary Schools and Students (2000-2009)
Table 5: Number of Pre-Primary sections in Primary Schools and Students in Urban Areas (2000-2008)
Table 6: Number of Pre-Primary Sections in Primary Schools and Students in Rural Areas (2000-2008)
Table 7: Market Statistics of pre-Primary Education in terms of Establishments, Students and Teachers (2004-2010)
Table 8: Rehabilitation Education Centres (2008-09)
Table 9: Poland Country Statistics (2001-2010)
Table 10: Poland Total Population and Growth (2000-2009)
Table 11: Poland Population by Age Group (2000-2011E)
Table 12: Poland Foreign Direct Investment Trends (2001-2010)
Table 13: Lifestyle Indicators (2007-2011E)
Table 14: Demographic and Economic Indicators (2007-2011E)
Table 15: Employment Rates by Age Groups and Highest Level of education attained (%)
Table 16: Types of Foundations Providing Pre-primary Education (2008-09)
Table 17: Types of Foundation Providing Pre-primary Education (2009-10)
Table 18: Major Players Operating in Pre-primary Education Sector in Poland
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