• Zero Tolerance Is a Usesful Instrument to Prevent Violence
    Sport sign up ** 25 *Prefect/RCL Camp 26 *Prefect/RCL Camp 20 21 Exec ** *Gr.8 Induction *Gr.8 RCL voting *IHouse Meeting *Appearance check day 22 ** 23 *IS Cheerleading *Gr.8 ID photos *New Parents (C) *PTSA *Gr.8 ID photos ** 24 *IS Cheerleading *House meetings 27 *Prefect/RCL Camp 28 SMT *House...
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  • speech
    GoodWhat is a speech?Speeches are talks delivered in public on formal and informal occasions.There are many types of speeches such as 'welcome speech', 'thank you speech' and 'farewell speech'. Besides, there are also speeches on topics of interest and social issues. The PRESENT TENSE IS USUALLY USEDwhen...
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  • Story
    Last Saturday, my school had it special celebration for our teachers. It was 16 May 2004 and it was Teacher's Day. We had an assembly at 7.30 a.m. As usual, we sang the national anthem and the school song. Then, there were speeches by our headmistress and the head prefect. The prefects’ board presented...
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  • Teacher's Day
    I didn’t come to school last Monday, which was actually Teacher’s Day. Yes I was too lazy to come to school. Firstly, we’re in the middle of an examination and to add to that, I don’t think most of the teachers want to see me in school. Just so you know, I’m having a little bit of a drama with some of...
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  • Manifesto
    SCHOOL ELECTIONS - guidelines Pedagogic In-Service Training Programme ISTP CBC PCC EED DED School elections – guidelines. 2009. UNAFAS & ISTP. UNAFAS, BP 307, Yaoundé. Cameroon. www.unafas.org ISTP, BP 5105, Bamenda. Cameroon. With support from the British High Commission, Yaoundé. Cameroon...
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  • My Graduation
    honour entered. Everyone was so excited about who the guest was. When he had reached his seat, we rose and sang the Buddhist Hymn – our school is a buddhist school. After the hymn, the host invited the principal to give the graduating pupils her speech and the guest after her. Although the first speech...
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  • Graduation Day
    honour entered. Everyone was so excited about who the guest was. When he had reached his seat, we rose and sang the Buddhist Hymn – our school is a buddhist school. After the hymn, the host invited the principal to give the graduating pupils her speech and the guest after her. Although the first speech...
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  • A God Bye
    guest of honor entered. Everyone was so excited about our guest. When he had reached his seat, we rose and sang the Catholic hymn – our school is a Catholic school. After the hymn, the host invited the principal to give the graduating pupils her speech and the guest after her. Although the first speech...
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  • School Annual Function
    A Function In Your College Or School - Essay Milan Chaterjee Essay A number of functions are held every year in schools and colleges. In my college also several functions take place every year. The most important of them is the annual prize distribution function. This year the prize distribution...
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  • Leadership
    numbers, they need leadership. Even children need their school prefects and schools captains! Men whether of the East or the West, require to be led and each group 'throws up' its own leaders in each succeeding generation. Whether in the school-room, or on the battlefield or in governmental deliberations...
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  • Leafership Qualities
    position. Letters of application should be handed in to the school office. In your letter, say why you would like the position, the strengths you would bring to the position and outline what contribution you have already made to the school. You are not expected to provide a full C.V. (A one page letter...
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  • Why Did Mussolini Introduce the Racial Laws in 1938
    people (spots/ festivals/ mass entertainment) * Control national memory through history text books etc Newspapers * 1923 law made sure that Prefects, who were usually Fascist, made sure that papers contained suitable content. Hostile Journalists could be arrested. * Popular journalists were...
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  • National Service Should Be Made Compulsory for All Malaysian Teenagers
    leader |   | Whenever and wherever human beings are gathered together in large numbers, they need leadership. Even children need their school prefects and schools captains ! Armies need Generals. Civilians need governments, captains of industry and intellectual leaders of thought as well. Men whether...
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  • Kapp Putch
    obscurity to masterdom of the German Republic. There are a number of reasons why the nazi's rose to prominence in such a short period of time: Hitler's speeches were inspiring, he was a great public speaker who could enthuse the masses and ignite a sense of belief. his policies made sense and were aimed at...
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  • mr mutengi
    creatures. Children who come to school hungry, focus on hunger, so efforts to teach them are bound to fail unless this need is satisfied. Teachers should encourage parents to give children food to eat before they come to school and food to eat at break and lunch time. At some schools children are given food...
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  • Critical Aspects of School
    CRITICAL ASPECTS OF THE SCHOOL Being a girls school St Ursula’s Chamakanga Girls High School experiences difficulties in the course of its development. Some are as discussed below: a) Discipline The schools discipline is average. It has not realized the discipline, a learning institution should...
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  • Teodoro M. Kalaw: Aide-de-Camp to Freedom
    learned there my first alphabets. My first teacher was my uncle-in-law, tall, very fat, but withal well built (p. 5). He was then transferred to the school of Don Sebastian Virrey to learn Latin and even said the following: In the classroom and out of it, even in the vicinity of the schoolhouse, we...
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  • Sociology-Family
    that looks at what we do and how we do it. This approach takes a in depth look at our daily routines. For example like the way we interact at work, school, in other public places like a bus stop or even our behavior in small groups. This is also known as mircosociology. When taking this approach a person...
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  • how to write ps
    the website for the West Wilts U3A, a project I am managing bearing in mind the limited skills of the end user. I attended a NAGTY maths summer school which allowed me to experience a wide range of mathematical topics. This year I attended Villiers Park to participate in another maths course, from...
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  • Miss eleanor
    1EP Eggar’s School London Road Alton Hampshire GU34 4EQ Friday 15th February 2013 Dear Mr Godber, WHAT IS THIS LETTER ABOUT? I am writing this letter to apply for the position of a Senior Prefect at Eggar’s School as I believe I would be an ideal representative for the school and a good role...
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