A Field Course of Food Politics and Culture in Paris This field module takes you to the historical European city of Paris where we investigate the social, political and environmental impacts which are globalizing food. You will engage in a geographic inquiry into the temporal and spatial links between production and consumption and discover how food, culture and politics are interwoven into daily life and that of the dinner table.
Home time Every pupil at Calder House has a personalised timetable designed to meet his or her individual needs. No two children face the same difficulties. This is why, at Calder House, no two timetables are the same. The example below should give you a good idea of how a typical school day is structured.
And, as you can see, the range of activities which fill these subskill slots is extensive.
Click on the different elements within the timetable or subskills menu for more information. Registration Children expected to arrive at On arrival they are greeted at the school gate by a member of staff.
Once registered they make their way to their classrooms for supervised reading until the bell goes. Headteacher's Assembly At the beginning of each week the headmaster holds a whole school assembly. We are a non-denominational school but we respect and acknowledge significant religious festivals of all faiths.
RE In our non-denominational Religious Education lessons we promote a basic understanding of the principals of the main religions of the world, marking and respecting their festivals.
School trips to mosques, temples and synagogues along with visits to school by people of faith give pupils a first-hand insight into different religions.
House meeting The school is divided into four houses, named after the first four children to attend the school. During the week, pupils can earn house points for good behaviour or for kindness towards another child.
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Houses serve an important social function as they bring together children of different ages uniting them and encouraging them to work together. The house with the most points at the end of the term wins the much sought after House Cup!
There is also an award for the child who has earned the most house points during the term. PHSE Calder House promotes a healthy lifestyle and encourages pupils to value and respect both themselves and others though lessons in Personal Health and Social Education.
Pupils learn life skills such as effective communication, emotional literacy and social problem solving. It is also a time when students can get to know one another and share experiences and feelings and feel valued. Friday is also the day on which pupils receive their Merit Certificates and other awards for effort and achievement.
Merits are awarded for any exceptional piece of work. After gaining 10 merits a child receives a Bronze Certificate, 25 merits a Silver Certificate, 50 merits a Gold Certificate and merits is rewarded by a coveted Platinum Certificate. Our ethos is to encourage and reward both effort and achievement while ensuring everyone has an equal opportunity to shine.
Mathematics Pupils are taught maths at least once a day sometimes twice in a group which is determined by their current ability and National Curriculum level. As with all our classes, the maximum class size is eight.Critical reading is a way to advance your understanding - it's fundamental to higher learning.
Develop a reading strategy and boost your learning potential. Reading Comprehension Strategies Analysing & Synthesising Usually go together and readers make text ‘their own’. Analysing = examine, question, probe ideas from your own viewpoint. Synthesising = combining new ideas to form your own conclusions.
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Useful Geographies GIS GIS (Geographical Information System) is a potent tool which is used by most public and private organisations around the world to look.
The Module Directory provides information on all taught modules offered by Queen Mary during the academic year The modules are listed alphabetically, and you can search and sort the list by title, key words, academic school, module code and/or semester.
Introduction to Summarize and Synthesize. Introduction To Summarizing And Synthesizing What is the strategy of synthesizing? She can then move into small group instruction in synthesizing, with children reading books at their own reading levels, and then to using the strategy independently as they read their self-selected .
Meta-Analysis of Reading Comprehension Interventions for Students with Learning Disabilities: Strategies and Implications Reading comprehension is a significant concern of students with learning disabilities.