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first school


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first school

first school

First Stories of School

First Going to School

Descendants of a First Choice School

First Day at Bootle Grammar School

Teacher assessments in the first year of school

God, Schools, and Government Funding: First Amendment Conundrums

The Liberal Summer School: The First Decade

New policy lions: ARK, Teach First and the New Schools Network

First Amendment, Abortion Rights, Employment Discrimination, and School Desegregation Litigation Runs Its Course, 1992–2000

Building resilience among adolescents: First Results of a school-based mindfulness intervention Salla-Maarit Volanen

Leadership of the Department of Epidemiology of the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health in Its First Century

The Early Boy Companies: Westminster, Merchant Taylors’, and Eton Schools; Windsor Chapel, the Chapel Royal Children, and the First Paul’s Chapel Children

A Shorter Time Interval Between First and Second Dengue Infections Is Associated With Protection From Clinical Illness in a School-based Cohort in Thailand

Posttraumatic Stress Disorder Symptoms among First-Generation Latino Youths in an English as a Second Language School

School Reform, the First Amendment, and Civility in the 1990s: The Construction of A Statement of Principles for Religion and Public Education

‘Many voices, one song’: a model for an oral health programme as a first step in establishing a health promoting school

First Postgraduate Training Course of the European Renal Association in cooperation with the Postgraduate Medical School and the Czech Society of Nephrology

 

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Provides education for pupils aged 5–8, who go on to continue their education in a middle school. The first and middle school system operates within some local authorities in place of the more commonly found infant and junior provision, and was introduced following recommendations in the Plowden Report (1967). The system is claimed by some professionals in education to ease the difficulties of transition experienced by some pupils in moving from one stage of their education to the next.

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